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Tuesday, 23 April 2019
The Downtown Contemporary Arts Festival (D-CAF) will kick off its eighth edition on 29 March and will run till 21 April, bringing 40 events and several workshops by Egyptian and international artists
‘Out at Sea’ by Polish playwright Sławomir Mrożek will be performed in Polish with English and Arabic translations
The festival's eighth edition will take place between 29 March and 21 April this year
On 18 March, Art Jameel, an organisation that supports heritage, education and the arts, launched Atelier Cairo Art Jameel, a new platform for Egyptian artisanship and design
Three generations of a famous Indian drum family performed on one stage in Gomhoria theatre in Cairo on 16 March, marking the successful closing of the 7th India by the Nile festival
Classical Indian dance performance Bishwas by Ratikant Mohapatra and Srjan group explores female divinity, spirituality and multiple religions
The festival will take place between 29 March and 21 April this year
The slapstick performance engaged with its young audience while introducing questions around art appreciation
Produced by the Cairo Puppet Theatre Company, Isis and Osiris was staged at the Water Puppet Theatre in Hanoi, Vietnam on 7 March
The “Forgotten Enlightenments” event featured discussion of Islamic heritage relevant to the arts, as well as a film screening and sound performance
In its second and final weekend, the 9th Hakawy International Arts Festival for Children will feature several international plays alongside a rich educational programme
The Cairo grand opening of the Hakawy International Arts Festival for Children took place in Hanager Theatre on Thursday
Female scientists, artists, writers and activists are among those featured in the Google Doodle
Images of Truth will be performed in Cairo during the 7th edition of the India by the Nile festival (5-17 March)
The festival's seventh edition takes place 5-17 March across three cities
The festival takes place between 5 and 17 March in Cairo, Alexandria and Port Said
Coming to Cairo, the Hakawy Festival promises a bundle of fun for young audiences, opening 7 March
Adding to the presence of arts in Cairo Downtown, the newly launched office rental space Maktabi aims to attract people working in the creative industry
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