Mohamed Abdel Latif, assistant minister of antiquities, launched “The Monkey for Four Dinars” exhibition for Islamic antiquities at the Annex Museum in Aswan on April 11.
Babble asked a group of ambassadors from diverse countries to recommend a book that helps readers before they visit their countries.
Many artists have turned bullets, bombs and guns into artistic pieces and sculptures to mark the miserable stages that their countries have passed through.
The world celebrates American poet, storyteller, activist, autobiographer and filmmaker Maya Angelou’s 90th birthday on April 4.
Diversity was a dominating trait in Tawfik’s life; he wrote about assorted issues: love, freedom, oppression, friendships, relationships, optimism and pessimism.
NVIC hosted two Egyptian authors, Ahmed Naji and Muhammad El-Hajj who discussed a collection of six love stories called "No One Cares about Cats"
Late prominent Palestinian singer, songwriter, and composer Rim Banna didn’t leave this world before enriching it with a magnificent artistic treasure.
A depiction of one of the most renowned pharaohs in history, Hatshepsut, was found by Egyptology lecturer Kenneth Griffin at Swansea University, Friday.
The play “Before the Revolution” is to be performed at Rawabet Theater on Tuesday and Saturday, after having been cancelled for two days.
As part of “India by the Nile” festival, “People and Places” exhibition by the Egyptian photographer Khaled Gawdat, was held on Wednesday March 14 at El Sawy Culture wheel.
Cairo Opera house will host Nowera ensemble for Arab Music led by Maestro Ahmed Amer, who will perform his most significant works at the Main Hall on Thursday.
Xenia Nikolskaya, the Russian-Swedish photographer known for the book “Dust”, in which she successfully documents various fascinating Egyptian architectural spaces.
The “Culture is a field of work” seminar was part of the 8th edition of Hakawy International Arts Festival for Children held at the Supreme Council of Culture.
“The Big Flip” is a documentary film directed by the American filmmaker Izzy Chan, in which she documented the stories of four different American families where the woman is the main breadwinner.
Mostafa Jacoub is a Syrian artist based in the U.S. who depicts what has been happening in Syria since the beginning of the revolution through his art.
New parts of the statue of Ramses II were discovered in the Temple of Kom Ombo in Aswan on Tuesday, according to the ministry of antiquities.
Garage Magazine is a semiannual book of comics that features a new direction for the art of comics in Egypt, founded by two Egyptian artists
Egypt Today presents to you a brief history of “The Merry Widow”, an operetta by Franz Lehár.
The second edition for the International Film Festival organized a press conference on Monday
The “Mallawi Dancing School” troupe will perform at Musée du Quai Branly (Quai Branly Museum) in France March 10, 11, 15, 16, 17 and 18