5 Years of Social Impact
5 Years of Social Impact

The date palm origins can be traced back to the Neolithic era and is believed to have been cultivated since 4000 BCE.


Tamar Heritage works to present the variety of the date pam fruit, its support to civilizations and today's link to heritage, culture, diversity and art of food.


Our community facilitates lerning more about all the countries that produce dates, the artists that have worked on presenting the dates in their art, and the companies who have made these fruits available globally.


Through this initiative we see the contribution to the sustainable development with the inovative solutions for local communities to build their economic empowerment with the fruit of life of their ancestors.

By this food diplomacy we give a hand to the implementation of the UN Sustainable Development Agenda and the 17 SDGs.


Tamar Heritage was part of ArtWeek Boston in the spring of 2017.


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Presented by Highland Street Foundation and produced by the Boch Center, ArtWeek is an award-winning bi-annual creative festival featuring more than 150 unique, unexpected, and creative experiences that are participatory, interactive, or offer behind-the-scenes access to artists or the creative process. Born in Boston, ArtWeek has grown so rapidly since its 2013 launch that it now serves communities throughout all of Eastern Massachusetts.


Tamar Heritage initiative and its debut at the Art Week Boston Spring 2017 Tamar Heritage ArtWeek Boston 2017

Country Faces/Music/Date Palms @ArtWeek Boston


Building foundations for understanding the diversity of our society.


Through inclusiveness to present an opportunity to learn and respect the reach heritage of civilizations.


Learn about the variety of Date Palm fruits, its nutritional values and support to civilizations throughout the history globally. Participate and receive an invite to taste the delicious variety of dates.


Walk in the park and see the Faces of Qatar photography project that makes everyone re-evaluate their perception of the other people living here and to encourage the different nationalities to meet, get to know one another and understand the many similarities they share.


Bring your drawing and painting kits to work on painting the trees in the Arnold Arboretum and the palms at the Red Sea coast through the interactive art class with a female artist from Saudi Arabia.


Listen while painting to the music created by Tajik musicians that creates happiness and helps to representatives of different cultures and generations to find common language.

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