Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development (QF) is inviting the public to witness three Qatari graffiti artists tagging a wall at one of its sites this month in a bid to create an artistic picture that depicts the Foundation’s mission and vision.

Located at Qatar Academy’s junior school parking, the artists began their work on 1 November 2015 and will continue until they cover the entire wall; expected to take around one month. The public is invited to watch the artists in action at any time or to visit the wall and witness the piece of art as it progresses.

Artists Mubarak Al Malik, Mouza Al Kuwari and Thamer Al Dossari will use their skills to depict QF’s various pillars of unlocking human potential, fostering a progressive and engaged society, driving innovation, and promoting productive change in Qatar and regionally.

They will do so by creating an artistic picture of youth, community development and Qatari culture and progress. The wall is set to become a permanent fixture at QF.

The concept of the graffiti art wall was envisioned in an attempt to inspire students, faculty and staff members to work with enthusiasm for a brighter future, in addition to motivating everyone to make a contribution for a better community.

Image caption: Moza Al Kuwari, a local artist, working on Qatar Foundation’s graffiti wall