Mohammad Mahdi Hamidah

Poet, novelist, visual art researcher, received a master's degree in art history from Cairo Academy of Fine Arts in 2008, and a bachelor's degree in expressive arts from the Decorative Department of the Minya Academy of Fine Arts in 1996.
He also chaired the International Intellectual Seminars Committee for the Sharjah Calligraphy Forum, the Islamic Arts Festival, and the Sharjah Prize for Fine Critical Research at the Arts Department in the Department of Culture and Information in Sharjah until 2012. He worked as an Instructor of Art History at Sharjah Academy of Art from 2008 to 2010.
from his publications: the book “Arab Fine Art and its most prominent creators,” the book “Buildings of Islamic Miniatures,” the poetry collection “The Rubble Industry,” the novel “Green Woman,” and the poetry collection "The Sniper of the Ashes Mountain", and he won the Prize for Intellectual and Literary Creativity from Dar Suad Al-Sabah in Kuwait in 2001, and the Prize for Classical Poetry from the Egyptian Cultural Palaces Authority in 2003, as well as the Short Story Award from the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Community Development in the UAE in 2013.

“Al Tashkeel” Magazine

he first issue of “Al Tashkeel” Magazine was published back in 1984, four years after the formation of the Emirates Fine Arts Society. The fine arts movement was witnessing growth and gaining traction on all other artistic levels.