During the meeting, the President was keen to listen to the visions and ideas of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina members.
The conference is held under the auspices of Al-Azhar Al-Sharif
The symposium focuses on ways to confront the new war of the modern era, such as false news, false data.
The new issue focuses on the centenary of the discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb and the 200th anniversary of deciphering the Rosetta Stone.
The celebrations will include the launch of an exhibition titled "The Library of Alexandria in Twenty Years - Revival".
The symposium revolves around the discovery and deciphering of the Rosetta Stone and the establishment of Egyptology.
The concert’s program includes a selection of traditional songs and poems.
The 38th edition of the festival bears the name of Egypt’s artist Mahmoud Hemeida.
In its 3rd edition, the festival includes a group of performances that embody the splendor and beauty of heritage.
The workshop will be held at 5 p.m.
The workshop focuses on producing realistic and vibrant artwork using acrylic colors.
The workshop aims to shed light on the art of decoration that has accompanied man since ancient times.
The exhibition will be launched by professors from art faculties and a group of fine art artists.
The workshop aims at teaching children ways to make a cardboard model of clowns with simple materials.
The workshop focuses on the principles of writing a short story by identifying, analyzing and criticizing its artistic features.
Born in Alexandria, Hazem Shaheen is an Egyptian oud player, singer and composer.
The concert’s program includes a variety of songs stemming from heritage.
The workshop is divided into a group of lectures on the principles of fiction art (short story).
The concerts are held through the cooperation of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina Choir and the Cairo Festival Choir, with the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Cairo.
The ancient Egyptians were among the first to invent skill and mental games.