Inas Abdel Dayem
Egypt’s Minister of Culture Inas Abdel-Dayem announced the availability of the participation forms of the second phase of the “Start Your Dream” workshop in the governorates of Beni Suef, Kafr El-Sheikh, Port Said, Giza and Aswan.
The initiative aims to use art to raise awareness of the ancient Egyptian crafts.
The film screening comes within the initiative launched by Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem, entitled "Culture is Between Your Hands" and based on a proposal submitted by the History and Antiquities Committee headed by Gamal Shakra, in celebration of Christmas.
Major General Sherif Fahmy Bishara received Egypt’s Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem to inaugurate the first phase of the Cultural Palace Theater in Ismailia after the completion of renovations.
Egypt’s Minister of Culture Inas Abdel-Dayem mourned late actor Hadi el-Gayar, who passed away in the early hours of January 10, at the age of 71, due to COVID-19.
At the beginning of 2021, the Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem launched the heritage tours initiative, which is the fourth project of the “Memory of the City” series.
Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem announced the start of the implementation of the second phase of the free workshop project "Ebdaa Helmak" [Start Your Dream] in the governorates to prepare actors in various theater arts.
Abdel Dayem said that Egypt remains a model of tolerance and coexistence and a unique example of the unity of the national fabric over the years.
The General Authority for Cultural Palaces continues its activities to implement the Egyptian Industrial Project in Ismailia Governorate, which is organized by the Central Administration for Artistic Affairs and will resume until January 23, 2021.
Egypt’s Ministry of Culture welcomes the New Year with an evening that comes within the framework of the online initiative "Culture is Between Your Hands".
During the year 2020, the Supreme Council of Culture headed by Hisham Azmy organized a large number of international and local cultural activities and events, totaling 381 activities.
Egypt’s Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem, will head on December 24 to Aswan Governorate, to open and inspect the book fair at Aswan University.
Through its various sectors, the Egyptian Ministry of Culture has participated in a number of international intellectual and artistic events in 2020.
During 2020, the Egyptian Ministry of Culture organized a number of cultural and artistic events despite COVID-19 and despite the complete lock-down that was implemented during the first months of the pandemic.
During the year 2020, the Egyptian Ministry of Culture organized more than 100 book fairs through its sectors, headed by the 51st Cairo International Book Fair at the Egypt International Exhibitions Center.
In 2020, the Egyptian Ministry of Culture organized more than 14 artistic and literary festivals and gatherings, out of its belief in its importance in bringing about the intellectual and creative movement that serves the Egyptian soft power.
In 2020, the Egyptian Ministry of Culture has implemented 10 intellectual and artistic initiatives and projects in accordance with the strategic directions of the Egyptian state to achieve sustainable development goals.
Abdel Dayem praised the celebration, noting that it expressed the feelings and dreams of people with special needs and highlighted their energies.
The activities of the Aswan University Book Fair will start on December 24, at the university's headquarters, and will continue until the December 31.
A number of cultural and artistic events will be held on December 20, including the launch of the Thirteenth National Theater Festival.