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Tuesday, 27 July 2021
PHOTO GALLERY: Reliving the best D-CAF moments

Francophone Short Films night at Greek Campus (Photo: Mostafa Abdel Aty)
Yasmine Hemdan on Kasr El-Nil theatre (Photo: Mostafa Abdel Aty)
El-Manzouma at Sherhrazade (Photo: Mostafa Abdel Aty)
Hotel Viennoise (Photo: Mostafa Abdel Aty)
People gather in Downtown outside of Viennoise (Photo: Mostafa Abdel Aty)
Have a coffee with your heritage by Baladi Lab (Photo: Mostafa Abdel Aty)
Cairo Calling at Sherhrazade (Photo: Mostafa Abdel Aty)
Remind Me by Lotte Sigh (Photo: Mostafa Abdel Aty)
Invisible Boundaries by EE Dance Studio (Photo: Bassam Al-Zoghby)
Running Nucleus by 100Hands in Alexandria (Photo: Mostafa Abdel Aty)
Visitors at Urban Visions (Photo: Bassam Al-Zoghby)
Is Art Important discussion series (Photo: Mostafa Abdel Aty)
smART Mobile Film Festival screening booth (Photo: Mostafa Abdel Aty)
C'est Du Chinois by Edit Kaldor in Falaki Theatre (Photo: Mostafa Abdel Aty)
Violence Liontaine in Talea theatre (Photo: Mostafa Abdel Aty)
Art of Movement by Billy Cowie in Hotel Viennoise (Photo: Mostafa Abdel Aty)
Hassan Khan retrospective exhibition in Kodak (Photo: Rowan El Shimi)
Hassan Khan retrospective exhibition in Kodak (Photo: Mostafa Abdel Aty)
Islam Chipsy opens D-CAF in Shehrazade (Photo: Mostafa Abdel Aty)
Skip & Die open D-CAF in Sherhrazade (Photo: Mostafa Abdel Aty)

As the third edition of the Downtown Contemporary Arts Festival comes to an end, Ahram Online captures the highlights of the past three weeks

The Downtown Contemporary Arts Festival (D-CAF) brought a multidisciplinary selection of arts to several venues in the very heart of Cairo.

Photos by Mostafa Abdel Aty, Bassam Zoghby and Rowan El Shimi.

Photo Gallery curated by Rowan El Shimi.

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