Supreme Council of Culture – File Photo
CAIRO – 11 September 2017: The Supreme Council of Culture headed by Hatem Rabie will honor on Monday Menna Allah Tariq, the student at the National Center for Child’s Culture, who received a prize from Japan’s International Foundation for Arts and Culture (IFAC). The ceremony will take place at the Supreme Council of Culture in the Opera House.
“For the second time, the talented children at the National Center have won the IFAC prize,” said the head of National Center for Child’s Culture Mervat Morsy.
The honoring ceremony will be attended by the deputy assistant to the Foreign Minister for Foreign Cultural Relations Medhat Elmeligy, representatives for the Japanese embassy in Egypt and representatives of the foreign culture relations sector at the Ministry of Culture.
IFAC is a non-profit organization operating in various countries such as United Kingdom, Australia, United States and Japan. It was founded in 1996 to promote social welfare through musical and art-related events and recognized as non-profit by Tokyo in 1999.
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