Museum of Islamic Art
Arts in the Islamic era reflected many aspects of the daily life.
Egypt’s Museum of Islamic Art in Cairo presents introductory video to its important objects
Located in Bab al-Khalq, the Museum of Islamic Art houses nearly 100,000 diverse artifacts showcasing various Islamic arts throughout the ages, and contributing to enriching the study of Islamic art.
The Museum of Islamic Art, in cooperation with the Baron Empain Palace in Heliopolis, continues with the activities of two art exhibitions entitled "Treasures of Lead" at the Museum of Islamic Art, and "From Bab el-Khalq” to Heliopolis" exhibition at Baron Empain Palace.
On December 30, a number of cultural and artistic events will be held in a number of creative centers.
The Museum of Islamic Art, in cooperation with the Baron Empain Palace in Heliopolis, continues the activities of two art exhibitions entitled "Treasures of Lead" and "From Bab el-Khalq to Heliopolis.
Among them is the continuation of the art exhibitions at the Museum of Islamic Art, anecdotal readings of future creators in the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, among others.
Egypt's Ministry of Tourism & Antiquities enables enthusiasts to explore the museum in 3D technology.
On December 28, a number of artistic and cultural events will be held in a number of creative centers, including a lecture on the Byzantine era, an exhibition at the Museum of Islamic Art, and a number of other events.
The Museum of Islamic Art in Bab al-Khalq, in the heart of Historic Cairo, is the largest Islamic art museum in the world.
Egypt’s Museum of Islamic Art, Baron Empain Palace organize two art exhibitions
To celebrate the 117th anniversary of Prince Mohammad Ali's Palace in Manial, Egypt’s Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Khaled el-Enany, is granting Egyptians free entry to the palace on December 24.
The Museum of Islamic Art announced the start of receiving the photographs participating in the art exhibition "Lens 2", to be organized from March 23 to April 1, 2021.
Egypt’s Museum of Islamic Art launches a series of introductory episodes about the museum.
The Museum of Islamic Art in Cairo launched Sunday, the Eighth Annual Forum in cooperation with the Egyptian Arabesque Association entitled "Architectural and Decorative Aesthetics in Historic Cairo".
The Museum of Islamic Art at Bab Al-Khalq launches a series of introductory videos on the museum and the archaeological collections it contains, under the title "Hadouta".
The Museum of Islamic Art in Bab Al-Khalq is holding a temporary archaeological exhibition called "Disease and Medicine", throughout the month of December.
The General Administration for Museum Education for Individuals with Special Needs organized a set of traditional crafts programs for those with special needs, including the elderly – cancer patients - orphans - patients of the Abaseya Mental Health Hospital and others.
Five museums and eight archaeological sites reopened for visitors in the first stage.
Whether you are a fan of Islamic heritage or not, it takes one visit to the Museum of Islamic Art (MIA) in Cairo to become one.