Orange Jordan supported an art exhibition by visually impaired students that were held under the Chairman of The Company, Dr. Shabib Ammari, to mark World Art Day, celebrated on April 15th, to affirm the importance of Art and the inclusion of people with disabilities in all activities and sectors.
The workshops were held in cooperation with artist Suhail Baqaeen in his art gallery, the visually impaired students used colors with aromas such as fruits, herbs, etc. to help them create lively artworks to enhance their experiences and encourage them to adopt innovative tools to produce beautiful art.
As Dr. Ammari viewed the paintings, he expressed his pride in the great artworks that were drawn by visually impaired students, noting Suhail Baqeen’s efforts and the mutual cooperation to instill the inclusion and art for al, which is in line with Orange’s vision and its “Differently abled, definitely enabled” umbrella.
Dr. Ammari stated that supporting the gallery embodies Orange Jordan’s interest in spreading art and creativity in the society, which the company is keen on to support especially in World Art Day, noting that art in its different forms had a vital role in history, Whether by upgrading the aesthetic elements or expressing noble messages, celebrating heritage, and bringing societies closer.
This sponsorship comes within Orange Jordan programs framework to enhance the participation of people with disabilities in the community and their effective role including artistic initiatives, where the company supported previously workshops for students with hearing disabilities to develop their skills and encourage them to unleash their creativity.