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Art Alert: ADEF's day-long arts and technology festival in Cairo

Arab Digital Expression Foundation's event will include workshops and music performances at its Moqattam venue

Ahram Online , Tuesday 15 May 2018
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ADEF Art and Technology Festival (Photo: part of promotional material)
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ADEF (Arab Digital Expression Foundation) will celebrate six years in Cairo with an arts and technology festival on 23 June.

The event will include a programme of workshops including caricature drawing, music, video and dance, as well as more tech-related workshops in programming and developing.

There will also be different games, and music performances featuring Ehab Hip Hob, Hassaballah, 2 Ala El-Mic (2 on the Mic) and DJ Ali.

The festival is “an invitation for the community to explore all ADEF has to offer,” according to the event description.

ADEF is a space for art practitioners, writers and researchers that aims to develop skills, talents and critical thought among young people.

Alongside courses for youth, they also have sound studios, a performance hall, a computer area and a hacker space.

Programme:
Saturday 23 June, from 12pm to 8pm
ADEF Deca, Street no. 8, Muqattam City, Cairo

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