Ministry of Culture
The Ministry of Culture won the Creative Circles project grant provided by the European Union National Institutes of Culture [EUNIC] represented by the Goethe Institute.
The Supreme Council of Culture is hosting Sherif Awad, professor of Sociology at the Faculty of Arts, Cairo University, to deliver a lecture entitled "Creative Economics and Investment in Cultural Industries" on August 12 at 8:30 p.m.
Egypt’s Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem said that the Senate comes to balance the legislative life in Egypt.
This comes in pursuit of the strategic goals of the Ministry of Culture, within the framework of the state’s plan to raise the efficiency of government performance for the Egyptian government's 2030 work program strategy.
The Cultural Development Fund sector begins work with the Art Jameel Heritage Arts program, which is held in cooperation with Prince Charles School of Heritage Arts.
The Giza Culture palace, affiliated to the General Authority of Culture Palaces, presented on July 30 a video revealing the different sacred occasions the ancient Egyptians celebrated.
The Ministry of Culture opens the coffers of creativity during the days of Eid Al-Adha, as it broadcasts on its YouTube channel selected content of recorded performances of iconic Egyptian pioneers in thought, art and literature.
Abdel Dayem: “The mobile theaters aim to reach various villages with the cultural product and the desire to spread awareness and achieve cultural justice.”
Abdel Dayem,“The Academy of Arts is witnessing an integrated development process at the structural and educational levels.”
Under the patronage of Egypt’s Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem, the Supreme Council of Culture is organizing a lecture entitled "Promoting Positive Values. A Message for Young People, the Will-Maker of the Future" presented by Hammad Abdullah Hammad.
The contest will be held under the slogan “Translate, Be Creative” on the website www.targem-eg.com.
Abdel Dayem: Returning the lights to the opera theaters confirms the desire of the Egyptian society to restore its natural world before the COVID-19 epidemic struck.
Abdel Dayem: The “Golden Voice” Competition aims to create a new generation capable of restoring the glories of Arab music.
The Abu Simbel Temples, located southwest of Aswan, come among the most beautiful archaeological temples in Egypt.
Egypt’s Min. of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem launched the “Memory of the City” initiative aimed at documenting the architectural identity of ancient areas in Egypt and monitoring the social conditions of its past inhabitants.
Egypt’s Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem approved the program of reopening the museums affiliated to the Fine Arts Sector and the Cultural Development Fund.
Egypt’s Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem mourned Ragaa al-Gedawy, who passed away on June 5, at the age of 82.
Egypt’s Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem announced that work will resume in 16 libraries across 10 governorates on July 5: Giza, Minya, Assiut, Aswan, Tanta, Mahalla, Damanhur, Ismailia, Port Fouad and Mansoura.
Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem revealed the timetable for resuming activity of the ministry's various sectors and resuming cultural, intellectual and artistic activities at all cultural venues during the month of July.
The concerts will be held on a newly constructed stage at the Opera Square, located on a large area in front of the fountain and in its background appears the Opera building.