Al Sennari House
The symposium will focus on the life of Prince Mohammad Ali Tawfiq.
The workshop presents the latest methods of self-defense for girls and women.
The workshop sheds light on the art of decoupage, its history and development.
The workshop targets youth of both genders from 16 years and above.
The evening includes a group of sessions that combine vernacular poetry and singing.
The troupe will present a variety of songs for great composers and singers, for the lovers of heritage and distinguished lyrical works.
The symposium focuses on the importance of studying Egyptian coins as a main archaeological source.
The workshop focuses on the history and form of fashion in Egypt.
The workshop focuses on writing personal stories in particular and stories in general.
The workshop focuses on discovering the youth talented in singing and playing different musical instruments.
The program of the celebration includes various artistic segments, a screening of a short film about the history of the city of Cairo, and a heritage panorama [Culturama].
The workshop will be presented by the plastic artist Abeer Zain, who focuses on introducing the art of designing accessories and its history.
The symposium revolves around the military sites established by the French campaign in Cairo.
The workshop focuses on introducing the costumes in ancient Egypt by displaying the drawings and inscriptions found on the walls of temples and terraces.
The heritage panorama shows will be held under the title “Egypt, the Cradle of Civilization and the Land of Heroes.”
The workshop aims to discover talented people in the field of caricature, support and nurture them.
The workshops aim to spread awareness and culture, and introduce children to the Egyptian civilization through the ages.
In practice, children will learn about murals of crafts and industries in ancient Egypt.
The workshop targets children from 7 to 10 years old.
The workshop targets children from 7 to 12 years old, and the number to attend is 16 children.