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Health care programmes examine 11.5 million students in 22,000 schools
Khaled Al-Anani, Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, and ambassadors from the United States, Saudi Arabia, and China, as well as representative of the Indian Embassy were present in the event.
Zaki was one of the first dark-skinned actors to play leading roles in Egyptian films, paving the way for similar actors to enter the Arab film industry.
“Children’s Literature and Egypt’s Vision 2030” conference is organised by Children’s Literature Documentation and Research Center at Dar El-Kotb.
Workshop aims to help talented young people fulfill their aspirations in performing arts
Novel foregrounds sweeping love story that anchors characters and helps them evolve as well as connect readers
The discovery also included several gold artefacts, wooden statues, and coloured and gilded masks.
Annual Fair aims to support students’ ability for critical thinking, says university president
Hafez said that he is trying to overcome his health conditions after he was injured in a car accident on Ismailia-Suez road. He eventually lost all capacity for movement, became a quadriplegic.
Exhibition will commemorate prominent Egyptian sculptor Adam Hanin
Both officials agreed on the need to intensify intellectual and artistic exchange activities between the two countries. This will take place alongside the need to extend bilateral bridges of communication through virtual activities, to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
New Saqqara necropolis discovery outdoes even recently found 59 well-preserved coffins in area
The ceremony was attended by: director Khaled Jalal, the brains behind UTS and the head of the cultural production sector; Dr Hisham Azmy, Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for Culture; Dr Naveen Mohamed, head of the archive and National Documents House.
The minister added that the festival confirms Egypt’s belief in the important role that arts and culture can play in the development process.
The opening was attended by several leading arts and culture figures, led by Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem, who said the festival carries on the message of founder Ratiba El-Hefny in preserving the nation’s heritage.
With so much still unknown about Ancient Egypt, mystery is sure to continue to entice travellers, scientists and Hollywood
The Cairo Opera concert at the El-Goumhorya Theater will be led by Maestro Alaa Abdel-Salam, with several singers presenting religious songs. The Alexandria concert will be held under the leadership of Maestro Omar Farhat, with the participation of eight singers who will perform religious songs.
The festival, which runs from 25-29 October, has been organised by Khaled Sorour, Director of the ministry’s Fine Arts Sector, in cooperation with a number of institutions and civil society associations.
The 10-day festival is scheduled to include 28 concerts at open-air theatres of Cairo, Alexandria, and Damanhour Opera Houses
The Ancient Egyptian tomb was found with stone statues inside, which are in a good state of preservation.
The book fair will run for 10 days at the Shajar al-Durr Garden in Mansoura. The exhibition will witness the participation of 53 publishers and several sectors affiliated with the Ministry of Culture.
Al-Atrash is widely considered one of the Arab world’s greatest performers of his time.
As the Great Depression gripped the US in the early 1930s, film comedies became a way to defuse and escape the crisis, with the comedy genre continuing to flourish once the country belatedly entered World War II.
Renowned actress is quintessential star of her generation, setting example of success for women in Arab cinema, says CIFF President Mohamed Hefzy
The book focuses on those who are writing or reading for the first time, and sheds more light on the experiences and publications related to developing writing skills of people who passionately believe in the value and message of writing.
Recently, the Textile Museum has sparked widespread controversy following the news that it would soon be closed to the public. It has already reduced the hours during which it is open to visitors.
Documentary provides in-depth overview of significant discovery at Egypt’s renowned Saqqara archaeological site
Egypt conducts PCR tests for all forum’s participants in line with COVID-19 precautionary measures
About 59 coffins were recently discovered in Saqqara area, dating back to last native dynasty before Persian conquest
Corporate law firm, Al Tamimi & Company, provides support to filmmakers looking to determine ways to hold, protect and exploit their rights when it comes to their work.