Amira Noshokaty's Articles

The “Live Heritage, Live Communities” workshop, a project that engages the local communities of Historic Cairo and Luxor in crafting a program for cultural heritage and sustainable tourism, was launched earlier in the week.

The Bab Masr local intangible heritage and culture platform held its art exhibition Al-Rehla (The Journey) over the past week in Alexandria.

The American Research Centre in Egypt (ARCE) held a most inspiring conference titled ‘Exalted Spirits, The Veneration of the Dead in Egypt throughout the Ages’ from 10 to 12 November.

The French Cultural Centre in Alexandria announced in a press conference held on Monday that the 12th edition of Alexandria’s ‘Heritage Days Festival’ will be returning in a physical, offline form soon.

At one of the oldest workshops in the area, Abdu Al Dahsuri has been crafting and decorating Moulid El-Nabi dolls for the past 35 years.

Last week witnessed the concert of Retro band, celebrating the launch of poet Ahmed Haddad’s latest book of poetry titled ‘Joy Town Local Time.’

On Sunday night, at the ancient premises of Prince Taz palace, tens of people flocked to attend the second of a series of lectures titled: Cairo: Of People and Stones.

In its latest publication in the book series titled Memory of The City, the National Organisation of Urban Harmony (NOUH) has released the second book titled Garden City: The City of Gardens... Literal and Figurative.

The brainchild of director Intesar Abdel-Fattah, the Sama'a International Festival is a very important artistic manifestation of how music uplifts the soul, unites humanity, and fosters peace

Excavations from the desert to the Nile are the subject of a book by the French Institute of Oriental Archaeology in Cairo

Photo gallery brings Naguib Mahfouz's presence back to life, 15 years after his death

What is the difference between a Hara, a Zoqaq, and an Atfa?

How well do you know the magnificent city that was dubbed 'The Conqueror'?

Author Dina Samak speaks to Ahram Online about her new novel 'Ayahuasca', whose characters embark on a journey of self exploration while attempting to solve a mystery

This year, the festival will take place in New Hermopolis, which is a village of creativity, as the festival's founder describes it

The works of the late caricature master Salah Jaheen are on display through 3 August

A walk into the heart of the ancient city

Our second walk alongside Megawra’s founder, architectural historian May El-Ibrashy, is in the Imam Al-Shafii area

Tablet El-Sett (The woman's drum) is an Egyptian folk music troupe of women percussionists

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