Tharwat Okasha is considered a pioneer and the founder of cultural work in Egypt as the country’s first Minister of Culture.
The activities of the 52nd Cairo International Book Fair will launch on June 30, and will run until July 15, at Egypt International Exhibitions Center in the Fifth Settlement.
On May 20, a number of cultural events and activities will be held in a various organizations and creative centers.
The National Center for Translation announced the extension of the application for the two Tharwat Okasha Prizes for translating arts from and to the Arabic language until May 20.
On April 1, Bibliotheca Alexandrina is organizing an intellectual meeting entitled "Tharwat Okasha - Between Politics & Culture".
The concert will also witness the participation of the flute soloist and Egypt’s Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem.
The Supreme Council of Culture will hold a conference under the title "Tharwat Okasha, the Knight of Egyptian Culture" on April 7 and 8 at 11 a.m., as part of the Ministry of Culture's celebrations of the centenary of the first Egyptian Minister of Culture.
On March 4 at 7 p.m. the “Cinema Salon” will discuss the role of Tharwat Okasha in the Egyptian film industry.
Egypt Today commemorates death anniversary of Tharwat Okasha.
The General Egyptian Book Authority announced the titles of the new books issued by the authority in 2018, which is scheduled to be presented in the golden jubilee of the Cairo International Book Exhibition, scheduled to launch on Jan. 22
Minister of Culture Enas Abdel Dayem attended the closing ceremony of Cairo International Book Fair.