Last Update 16:34
Amira Noshokaty's Articles

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

Last week, Egypt's Cultural Development Fund partnered with the Chinese Embassy on a four-day event to honour the two countries' artistic traditions


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

The hajj rituals have always fascinated orientalists, but few of them have gotten close enough to taste the real spiritual experience


Al-Beiout Asrar, houses have their own secrets, goes the Egyptian proverb, and one in particular has many tales to tell

Summer is not official until we hang out by the sea

Dessert queues are far from over

Al-Leila Al-Kebira, or The Grand Night, has a 'grand' impact after more than 55 years since its first broadcast as a radio show


This year Ramadan decorations are all 100 percent Egyptian and all handmade, at least in Souq Al-Fustat

On 31 May 1934, Egyptians heard the famous line 'This Is Cairo' from the National Radio for the first time

Ancient Egyptian tunes in downtown Cairo

Yesterday marked 68 years of the occupation of Palestine. Ahram Online reviews a book that documents the art of Palestinian embroidery

 1 2 3 4 5   

© 2010 Ahram Online. Advertising