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Tuesday, 24 April 2018
While relatively new at only three months old, Zahiid Project delves deeply into a rich Sufi realm
The musical band was founded by Nour Nageh, a Sufi devotee who wanted to share Sufi religious music with a wider audience
Tension over land claims in Tunis Village, in Fayoum, have led local potters to shut down operations in solidarity with villagers
“I’ve spent 60 years making people laugh” says Saber El-Masry, sheikh of Aragouz Players, speaking on his latest award from the UAE's Al-Sharka’ Heritage Institute
Egypt's first independent theatre troupe turned 30 this week
Away from its grand statues, the Egyptian Museum holds a fascinating collection of children's toys
Egypt's heritage is a field of rich folk culture, made possible by the life-sustaining Nile
This weekend marks a unique celebration of the country's folk heritage and the women who keep it alive
Wamda has been putting on weekly performances of shadow puppets and Egyptian aragouz puppets for over a decade, enthralling a new generation
On 3 January, a diverse selection of traditional crafts from the alumni of Art Jameel will be displayed at the British Council in Cairo
Ahram Online got a preview of El-Warsha’s troupe's latest project, Youm El-Qeiama (Doomsday), at the troupe's premises in downtown Cairo
The renowned artist Intesar Abdel-Fattah talks to Ahram Online about artistic initiatives to preserve Egyptian culture
Following relaunch of cultural activities at The Egyptian Society for Folk Traditions, Ahram Online interviewed Nawal El-Mesiri on the essence of folk heritage and its sustainability
The stick art, known as Tahtib, is a famous and ancient Egyptian folk art that is now taking on a modern twist
There is no counting the tricks up your sleeve
Translation: The sea is not muddied by a canal
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