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As SACERAU celebrates 70 years since its establishment this week, Ahram Online commemorates some of the 16 music and poetry pillars honored by SACERAU on Monday 21 December
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As SACERAU celebrates 70 years since its establishment this week, Ahram Online commemorates some of the 16 music and poetry pillars to be honored by SACERAU on Monday 21 December
What better way to teach Arabic to children than to use songs, games and stories? A number of online initiatives now exist to help parents do exactly that
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On Saturday, December 5th, the Society Of Authors, Composers and Publishers of the Arabic Republic of Egypt (SACERAU) celebrated 70 years since its establishment as well as 70 years of fighting for intellectual property rights
Beiba is the name of the troupe that aims to revive and chant fading away folk songs
Local legend has it that a brunette woman with a child still guards the temple that stood next the ancient lake in Upper Egypt
El-Fustat market faces the Religion Complex in Coptic Cairo and is an excellent venue for rich artistic handicrafts
On 4 November, Egypt honoured Palestinian artist Adel Al-Tertir, a pioneer in theatre and reviver of the old curio, the image box — a wonderland for children
On November 4th, Egypt honored Saber El-Masry, our oldest Aragouz player at the closing ceremony of Arab Forum for Puppet Art and Shadow Puppets in its third round in Cairo
What brings Pinocchio, Aragouz, shadow puppets, as well as over 50 other puppets together for the first time in one room?
Thursday marked the opening of the third edition of the Arab Forum for Puppet Art and Shadow Puppets, which this year will honor Am Saber El-Masry, Egypt’s oldest Aragouz player
Parliamentary election campaigns did not start with Egypt’s first parliament in 1869
Access to Culture for Upper Egypt Children and Youth, funded by the EU, seeks to develop a cultural scene in Upper Egypt for youth
With NASA recently confirming traces of water on Mars, Ahram Online takes a look at the planet's distinguished status in the ancient Egyptian's worldview
Ahead of CULTNAT publishing, 30 September, the memoires of Egyptology guru Selim Hassan, Ahram Online digs into the life and achievements of the legendary archaeologist
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This week marks the anniversary of Saint Verena, an Egyptian who made her name in Europe. Ahram Online remembers the woman who healed bodies and souls
Ahead of the Tunisian diva's Cairo performance this Saturday, Ahram Online talked to Ghalia Benali about her childhood, southern songs, the call of music, and all her life stories in between
As his documentary on Sira guru Said El-Daw is about to be featured, Ahram Online interviewed the man behind the camera
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