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Tuesday, 28 March 2017
‘Flowers,’ written and performed by Ahmed Shoukry, is the voice of the marginalised majority trapped by their own silence in the face of ugliness
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 festival featured the handicrafts that make the town a local treasure and a sponsor with a high sense of social responsibility
With the sixth annual Tunis village festival for pottery and handicrafts due to begin on Thursday, Ahram Online remembers its late founder and his vision
The renowned artist Intesar Abdel-Fattah talks to Ahram Online about artistic initiatives to preserve Egyptian culture
Born in Kufa in Iraq in 669 AD, Abu Hanifa is the first of the four imams
Last week, Egypt's Cultural Development Fund partnered with the Chinese Embassy on a four-day event to honour the two countries' artistic traditions
Cultural historian Alia Mossallem puts a focus on what remains, 60 years later, of the Suez War in the hearts, minds and words of the people who lived those events
Just when you think you know your city well enough, Cairo surprises you with routes unknown and all the mythic stories left behind.
The Van Leo, photography icon of Egypt's forties is part of an exhibition at the Cairo Opera House
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
A unique festival that puts ordinary people and their tangible heritage in five different Egyptian cities in perspective
Rumi is a shining example of a religious Sufi poet whose religion was love
The stick art, known as Tahtib, is a famous and ancient Egyptian folk art that is now taking on a modern twist
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