NMEC honors students of Faculties of Fine Arts, Applied Arts & Art Education at Helwan University - Min. of Tourism & Antiquities
CAIRO – 15 July 2021: The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization honored a number of students from the Faculties of Fine Arts, Applied Arts and Art Education at Helwan University, in appreciation of the efforts they made in preparing the Pharaohs’ Golden Parade.
This honoring comes within the framework of the fruitful cooperation between the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities and Helwan University to benefit from the artistic and educational capabilities of the students.
During the celebration, CEO of the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization Ahmed Ghoneim distributed certificates of appreciation to the students to honor their efforts in adding an aesthetic touch to the main entrance to the museum prior to its official opening and the reception of the royal mummies in a solemn procession.
Ghoneim indicated that the students decorated the area surrounding the museum, coloring its front yard, beautifying the plant basins with drawings from the different historical eras of Egypt, and decorating the area by installing some marble columns with antique inscriptions.
This is in addition to designing a number of paintings that illustrate the content of the museum and the Egypt's archaeological treasures.