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This is the kind of support that arts need. It’s a collective effort, and the outcome has been amazing, says Art D’Égypte executive director
The show is planned to be screened in 2020, under the name of Ahlan Simsim (Welcome Sesame). The planned input is to tackle the main issues facing displaced children in their daily life, as well as educational content.
The five-day independent festival was dedicated to celebrate 1st anniversary of UNESCO’s recognition of Al-Aragoz, commemorating late veteran puppeteers
A Tale to Tell is an exhibition about the generations who were born and raised before the internet, says Ezzat
The discovery included the world’s biggest unearthed scarab, hundreds of diversified animal statues
4 Cairo finalists selected, joining a regional cohort of 11 startups
When you see the fingerprints of ancient coffin makers, you feel connected to those people more as humans, not just their skills, says researcher
The celebration was attended by the Minister of Antiquities Khaled Anany and the Minister of Immigration and Egyptian Expatriate Affairs Nabila Makram, along with 40 foreign ambassadors and public figures.
The material from our discovery of the Roman catacomb at Saqqara suggests that Greco-Roman influence was stronger in Memphis than in contemporary Upper Egyptian culture; says mission director
Unlike the mainstream misconception, these people are not special needs, they just communicate in a different way than the rest of people do, says founder
DNA studies reject the idea that Egyptians domesticated Sacred Ibis for ritual use.
The billboard comes as a part of Spotify’s Global Cultural initiative, aiming to spread Arabic songs to people living outside the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
I believe the main deficiency we have in underwater archaeology in Egypt is the matter of showcasing the heritage we have; says Khalil
Paints market achieves EGP 15bn annual sales, this year saw 15% increase in exports, says festival head
Mercury, the smallest planet in our solar system – excluding Pluto which lost its planetary status – is a rocky, crater-ridden, atmosphere-less uninhabitable planet with temperatures ranging from 427C in the morning to -173C at night.
The origin of human urbanisation is closely linked to the discovery of cultivating cereal crops, which have been the most important part of the human diet since the earliest times to this day.
The place’s interior design is all about wood and brown colour, which gives you the feeling of warmth, cosiness, yet the giant windows overviewing the blur river’s cruises creates the feeling of width and relief.
Wagih Yassa’s Saba exhibition is dedicated to Umm Kulthum, yet features several veteran artists
The U-23 AFCON includes eight teams divided into two groups, where Egypt is placed in Group A. Egypt will play Mali on 8 November in the opening game, then Ghana on 11 November, and Cameroon on 14 November. Cairo Stadium will host the first group matches.
“This year was productive. While we celebrated the AUC’s centennial, we stressed on a number of messages, including education quality that got us our international accreditation,” said AUC President Francis J. Ricciardone.
Dark Horse singer referred to the ancient Egyptian civilisation in her celebration, highlighting the connection she feels having with it
285,000 tickets were sold before the inauguration
I spent a long time studying Egypt’s influence in the world of goldsmithing, jewellery making, says the award winning designer
The transferred relics will be showcased at the old kingdom hall at the GEM, while the others will be on display over the stairs of the museum.
Our awareness campaign is daring and shocking, but so is the truth, says founder
Exhibition comes 12 years since young king’s treasures’ last visit to the British capital
Last week, Siwa’s citizens gathered in “Eid El-Solh” (the reconciliation festival), a cultural festival in which the whole community attends to announce the start of a new year with nothing but peace and serenity amongst people.
Every year, we set the bar too high, going for Al Mu’izz Street was crazy, but we managed to make it come true, says curator of Art D’Égypte
The true value of things, are not in their price. But in the memory it leaves you with; says artist
“For Red Sea and Luxor holidaymakers, a Pyramids and GEM add-on will also become a doddle with Giza’s newly inaugurated Sphinx Airport set to operate domestic flights,” Lonely Planet said.