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Friday, 04 December 2020
Disappearance of Syrian actor Jalal Al-Taweel last week is only latest in string of attacks on ‎anti-regime artists and their families
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As political restraints have eased in some Arab countries, Islamic repression is forcing its way in
Researchers, scholars and activists explore the sea as a site of power and resistance, looking also at the Gaza Flotilla
After a month-long pause, following clashes in downtown Cairo between security forces and protesters, El-Fan Midan (Arts Square) returns, Saturday, 7 January
Today, 6 January, Tunisia inaugurated the 15th edition of the Carthage Theatre Days, which will continue until 13 January in both Tunis and other cities
Following an extensive renovation project costing LE37 million, the Hanaguer Theatre now includes new gallery spaces, theatres and a 3D cinema
Organisers hold fourth 2B Continued Laboratory Dance and Theatre Festival in downtown Cairo
Public seminar entitled 'Bank of Ideas' at El-Sawy Culturewheel on Friday 6 January to discuss solutions to Egypt's uncertain future
Centre to reopen following installation of new galleries, theatres and a 3D cinema in a comprehensive renovation project costing LE37 million
Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Badie stresses the importance of arts and culture in meeting with head of Egypt actors' syndicate
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On three consecutive evenings, a play by Ben Elton, directed by Leila Saad will be performed at Rawabet Theatre
Sharjah Art Foundation announces the 2012 Production Programme Open Call for submissions from artists working in a range of media; up to $200,000 is available for the funding of new work
After hiatus during December street clashes, public art initiative to resume in Cairo's Abdeen Square this Saturday
Al-Tathawoq Cultural Palace of Sidi Gaber celebrates the first anniversary of the January 25 Revolution throughout the month of January
Is one of the consequences of the revolution going to be limited freedom of expression and creativity in Egypt? As the Islamists sideline the liberals, the ball is in the miltary's court?
2011 was not easy on the arts scene. Many renowned artists, painters, filmmakers, actors and singers passed away, many of them too young
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Ahram Online talks to Shaker Abd El-Hamid, the newly appointed minister of culture, about challenges and pressures facing the ministry in these turbulent times
Seven new Korean cultural centres set to open in 2012, including one in Cairo, Korean culture ministry announces
Arab Fund for Arts and Culture announces 36 to receive grants; among them seven are from Egypt
The Rawabet Theatre features a one-off performance by the Malas Twins
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