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MENACOM Jordan renews its support for the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts

Nov 17,2020 - Last updated at Nov 17,2020

MENACOM Jordan — the leading marketing communications group in the Kingdom and throughout the MENA region — is pleased to announce that it has recently renewed its strategic partnership with the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts, building on the group’s long-term commitment to supporting artistic and cultural institutions and endeavours across the Kingdom.

MENACOM Jordan’s support for the gallery is multifaceted, including both financial assistance and in-kind support through the provision of integrated marketing services and solutions. Commenting on the renewal of this partnership, the CEO of MENACOM Jordan Relja Jovic, said: “As a company operating in the creative sector, MENACOM has always assumed a proactive role in supporting and developing the local arts scene.

Beyond the commercial intersections of the arts and the marketing communications sector, we believe strongly in the invaluable role that art and creativity play in shaping a healthy, productive society.

By continuing to extend our financial and strategic support to the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts, we at MENACOM Jordan hope to contribute to making the arts more accessible to individuals and communities across the Kingdom, which in turn will help further position Jordan as an important creative hub for the entire region.” Also speaking on the occasion, the Director General of the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts  Khalid Khreis said: “Our partnership with MENACOM Jordan is a perfect example of how long-term cooperation between the public and private sectors can add real value to the local artistic landscape, in a way that has both cultural and socioeconomic impact, enhancing the country’s creative economy while elevating the position of the arts in society.

We would like to extend our heartfelt thanks and appreciation to MENACOM for its continuous support of the gallery, allowing us to further our mission of promoting cultural awareness, preserving human heritage, and providing artists with the space and freedom to express themselves creatively.” The Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts was established in 1980 by the Royal Society of Fine Arts, a private, non-profit association that aims to encourage cultural diversity, disseminate artistic knowledge, and promote contemporary art throughout Jordan, the MENA region, and the developing world. Since its inception, the National Gallery has organised numerous local and international exhibitions and continues to engage in a diverse array of culturally and artistically significant activities.

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