“She” exhibition will run until March 31 while “Spring” exhibition will run until April 7.
Twenty five artists, including artists with special needs, will participate in the exhibition.
The celebration’s program includes a collection of Mahmoud’s works that formed prominent marks in the history of Arabic music.
The exhibition includes a group of artworks and oil paintings by a selection of plastic artists from all governorates.
The exhibition includes more than 70 artworks in many fields.
This will be in the presence of the artist Gihan Morsi, director of the festival and conference, and members of the preparatory committee.
The exhibition includes paintings by a group of talented children aged between 5 and 15 years.
The show deals with the legend of the marriage of Geb, the god of the earth, and Nut, the goddess of heaven, that led to the birth of Isis and Osiris.
Egypt’s Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem is launching a major artistic celebration organized by the Egyptian Opera House on the occasion of the centenary of establishing Sayed Darwish Theater in Alexandria.
Abdel Dayem said that the year of the Egyptian-Russian Humanitarian Exchange confirms the strong ties that unite Cairo and Moscow
Sixty five artists from seven Arab countries will participate in the exhibition, including artists from Egypt, Sudan, Iraq, Morocco, Tunisia, Bahrain and Lebanon.
The Mansoura National Theater was initially a palace for Khedive Ismail.
Egyptian producer and director Enaam Mohamed Ali, and writer and scriptwriter Magdy Saber will lecture during the symposium.
On February 23, Head of Egypt’s Opera House Magdy Saber will inaugurate at 7 p.m., the exhibition "The Horse is Not Just a Horse: It is a Partner and a Friend", which includes 55 paintings in oil colors and burning on wood.
On February 24, Head of Egypt’s Opera House Magdy Saber will inaugurate at 5 p.m., in Ziad Bakeer Hall, the art exhibition entitled "The Melody of Colors" by Hasna Ramadan, which includes about 45 oil paintings.
President of the Egyptian Opera House Magdy Saber will launch an exhibition entitled “Fadfada Men Dahab” on January 26 at 6 p.m. in Salah Taher Hall. Artist Saeed Badawy dedicates the exhibition to the late artist Salah Jaheen.
Abdel Dayem praised the celebration, noting that it expressed the feelings and dreams of people with special needs and highlighted their energies.
The Egyptian Opera House celebrates the World Arabic Language Day, in an evening of the Cultural Opera Salon, on Dec. 23 at 7 p.m. at the Small Theater.
Forty one artists will participate with 84 works of art.
The fifth edition of the International Arab Artists Forum will be held in cooperation with the Iraqi Embassy and the Cairo Art Atelier.