Inas Abdel Dayem
Egypt’s Supreme Council of Culture is organizing a symposium entitled "Egypt-Cyprus: Cultural Relations", within the activities of the Cultural Relations Initiative, on July 28 at 6 p.m.
This comes within the framework of the "Cultural Relations" initiative launched by Egypt’s Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem.
The performance of Opera Aida comes to celebrate the 150th anniversary of its first presentation in Egypt in 1871.
The announcement will be made in Al-Manara Exhibitions Center in the Fifth Settlement district.
Abdel Dayem said that the initiative contributed to restoring traditional and heritage crafts, in addition to creating a new generation of skilled craftsmen.
After the June 30 revolution, all sectors of the state witnessed development and restoration processes in all government facilities, including cultural facilities and buildings.
Abdel Dayem also directed to increase the number of daily trips of schools and universities by 20 percent.
Syrian Minister of Endowments Abdel Sattar El-Sayed was keen to tour the corridors of the book fair, especially the area of the Syrian publishing houses located in Hall 3.
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.
The book fair runs until July 15, under the slogan "Reading is Life."
It is noteworthy that the 52nd Cairo International Book Fair - which will be held amid strict precautionary measures due to the global pandemic - will run until July 15 and will be held under the slogan "Reading is Life".
The winners are 17 young creators and innovators from different age groups between 5 and 18 years old.
The General Egyptian Book Organization displayed the poster of the 52nd Cairo International Book Fair, which is scheduled to officially launch on June 30 but receives visitors on July 1 and runs until July 15.
The 52nd Cairo International Book Fair will kick off on June 30 and will run until July 15 at Egypt International Exhibition Center [EIEC], under the slogan “Reading is Life”.
Under the slogan "Egypt Tunisia: Cultural History & Common Horizons", the first activities of the Egyptian-Tunisian Cultural Year 2021-2022 will begin on June 23.
Egypt’s Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem handed over the graduation certificates to graduates of the third batch of the "Start Your Dream" workshop, and announced the launch of the fourth batch of the workshop.
Abdel Dayem said that the year of the Egyptian-Russian Humanitarian Exchange confirms the strong ties that unite Cairo and Moscow
The Museum of Modern Egyptian Art at the Egyptian Opera House has reopened after years of closure.
Egypt’s Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem launched the activities of the 8th Festival of Drums and Heritage Arts headed by the artist Intisar Abdel Fattah, which is held under the slogan “Drums Dialogue for Peace”.
The project was launched on 1/3/2015, and was completed on 1/11/2015 at a total cost of L.E. 1.1 million.