Head of Actors Syndicate Ashraf Zaki warns Egyptian artists that any form of collaboration with Israeli artist will result in having his/ her syndicate membership revoked.
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The National Council for Women, headed by Maya Morsi, and all its members expressed their anger and total rejection of the insults directed by Amr Waked.
Egypt’s Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem inspected on June 6 six new halls in the Academy of Arts equipped with the latest technological means.
On December 29, many important events took place that changed the map of the world, including the commemoration of the assassination of Saint Thomas Becket and the Bab el-Amoud massacre in Jerusalem by the Irgun Zionist Organization.
The festival resumes until December 20 and will be held on Al-Nahar Theater, amid strict precautionary measures to battle COVID-19.
The Small Theater at the Bibliotheca Alexandrina will host, on December 10 at 7:30 pm., the theatrical performance "Nothing Happened", written and directed by Mohamed el-Qady.
This edition bears the name of Sami Abdel Halim, and will run until December 10, under the patronage of Ashraf Zaki, head of the Academy of Arts.
The syndicate affirms that it will not accept any attempt of any kind to undermine Egypt's artistic symbols, whether by statement, reference, or allusion.
Head of the Acting Syndicate Ashraf Zaki warned that artists, who offend their colleagues, whether on social media or any other media outlet, will have their syndicate membership revoked immediately and without investigation.
In statements made to the press, Zaki said that the funeral will be held at the Azbakeya Church today, May 12.
This conference is the first artistic conference to be held online, to help fight the novel coronavirus by alleviating human gatherings.
"The decision is wise and we just have to abide by the instructions under the current circumstancesto save the lives of citizens," Head of Actors Syndicate Ashraf Zaki.
Head of the Actors Syndicate Ashraf Zaki announced that Egyptian actors will not stop shooting the upcoming Ramadan series because of coronavirus.
The honoring was held at the Theatrical Professions Syndicate in Qasr al-Ainy Street.
An exhibition entitled "The Suez Canal: Past - Present - Future" will be held. The exhibition comes under the auspices of the Egyptian Culture Minister, Inas Abdel Dayem.
Zaki has been the temporary head of the Academy of Arts since 2018, succeeding Ahlam Younis, who reached the legal age of retirement.
The second Academy of Arts Youth Forum headed by Ashraf Zaki is scheduled to run from Nov. 16-21.
The festival will be held under the supervision of the Egyptian Higher Institute of Dramatic Arts.