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Emotions have long driven creativity across the world, with people coming up with innovative ideas and ways of dealing with turbulent times. People use a myriad of methods, including spiritual practices, self-introspection, exercise, and especially art to express these emotions.
Festival provides platform for eight international troupes along with nine others from Egypt
List includes footballers, actors, directors, singers from all over Arab world
“Hallyu” is a term that refers to the popularity of South Korean entertainment and culture. It first appeared after South Korea entered diplomatic relations with China during the 1990s. By then, Korean TV dramas and music became popular among the Chinese-speaking communities. Hallyu has its fans in Egypt, in order to widen its fans-base, the …
Prominent director Mohamed Khan passed away at the age of 73 in Al-Andalus hospital in Cairo during the early hours of Tuesday. His funeral will be held at noon on Tuesday, followed by the burial ceremony. Khan was a leading figure of the 1980s realist wave of filmmaking in Egypt, marking a significant period in …
We aim through the arts workshop to nurture talent and help people make a living, says founder
Although Alwan Cairo University has an independent identity from the original organisation, they have the same goal: to expose the arts and cultural activities to university students and give them a chance to explore their talents
20 NGOs signed a joint statement calling for the reopening of all shutdown cultural places
ANHRI denounces restrictions on freedom of expression in Egypt
“Art Revolution” rappers accused of chanting against military
The exhibition, his first in the city in 10 years, is an eclectic mix which shows of the many facets of Khan’s talent
The Dance of Death adaptation fails to impress
Designopia aims to merge arts, engineering and design in a worldwide community.
Artistic demonstrations give Egypt a different taste of positive activism
Members of the art community plan to protest Abdel Aziz Thursday
Explore Cairo’s cultural scene with CUIP.
AUC Music Department puts on one-act opera ‘The Telephone’ and highlights from ‘Les Miserables’ translated into Egyptian Colloquial Arabic
A new website attempts to save the dying crafts of Egypt.
If you have never had Moroccan food before, dining out in La Palmeraie is a good place to start
Without any formal training, Mohamed Saeed proves that art can be about mere talent
Agora aims to provide a place where the exchange of culture and ideas is allowed to flourish
The pottery that is manufactured is mainly for the tourism sector; most of the production is currently used for decorating tourist resorts and villas
The band was astonished by the Mansoura audience, who sang along with the German lyrics, without understanding what they were saying. “The audience was the best public I have ever played for,” said Max Gaier, vocalist.
Darb 1718 celebrating Peace One Day
Crowd funding is not a new concept, but it is just starting out in the Middle East and the founders have high hopes they can make a difference to the kind of projects that will come out of the region.