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All cultural facilities will reopen with 25% capacity limit, says Inas Abdel Dayem
Egypt’s Minister of Culture, Inas Abdel Dayem will honour 12 figures whose works have enriched the theatre art scene in Egypt and around the world.
For 12 years, it has been under the supervision of the ministries of culture, tourism, and foreign affairs, in cooperation with the cultural development fund.
During the inauguration ceremony, Abdel Dayem will honour the head of the Egyptian Opera House, Magdy Saber, along with a number of artists who have enriched the musical scene in Egypt over decades.
The Biennale is organised by the ministry of culture. It is planned to take part at three venues including the Aisha Fahmy Arts Complex, the Palace of Arts, and the Egyptian Modern Art Museum.
The conference organised by the General Authority for Culture Palaces, will last until 21 December.
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The Egyptian Parliament approved Inas Abdel Dayem as the new culture minister, succeeding Helmy El Namnam as part of the limited ministerial reshuffle that was announced on Sunday. Abdel Dayem is the current president of the Cairo Opera House and the president of the Arab Music Academy. Born on 28 July 1960, the internationally recognised …