It’s nearly impossible to gaze around AlUla without feeling a yearning to create. The region has such a distinctive heritage and wondrous natural landscape that the souls of artists and craftspeople can’t help being moved. The Prince’s Foundation School of Traditional Arts provides aspiring makers with the instructions, tools and appreciation for AlUla’s rich culture and nature, resulting in the fulfilment of creative urges.
The programme comprises of four main workshops, each of which culminates in a final project inspired by the breathtaking beauty of the area’s wilderness, as well as the fascinating history of the land and people alike, dating back millions of years. Workshops are taught by international experts and local master artisans, blending contemporary methodologies with traditional practices.