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As painter Alaa Awad prepares for his up-coming exhibition, he spoke to Ahram Online about his fascination with ancient Egyptian heritage

Below the veranda of the Winter Palace in Luxor lies a treasure in black and white

Suez, one of Egypt’s ancient port cities by the Red Sea, is known to be the closest point between the Red and Mediterranean seas

Adding handmade weaving to the list was not an easy task. Among the conditions negotiated was that it should have an economic value on those who practice it

In 2011, Haddad was awarded the international Cavafy Award for poetry, and in 2017 he was awarded the Best Vernacular Poet Award by the Cairo International Book Fair

Quseir is at the end of the shortest and safest path connecting the Nile and the Red Sea, it has been a crucial trade route from the days of ancient Egypt to this day

In her latest and final book of the Roh (Soul) trilogy, delving in the world of Sufism in the modern world, Rasha Zidan highlights the eternal wisdom of letting go

Garagous village, in Qena, enchants us every year with its unique pottery that waltzes between the shades of blue and green

Akhmim in Sohag is reputed for its colourful textile and needle work, while Hegaza in Qena is known nationwide for its woodwork

This year, the festival reviews the aragouz in the works of vernacular poetry pillar Fouad Haddad, prominent poet Said Hegab, and renowned script writer Abou El-Soud El-Ibiary

A few weeks ago, Egypt’s latest publication on Egyptian proverbs saw the light. Al-Ahram online skimmed through the book based on a 25 years old study

Destinations: The exhibition at Shelter Art Space, Alexandria ends on November 17

As the 25-year-old project comes to an end, Ahram Online reviews the impact of one of Jesuit’s special cultural projects in Minya

Inside an old cinema house in Malawi, Minya, the light beams are swinging and twirling while following the rhythm of the sticks.

Amid an open air site, decorated with greenery, lie several layers of Egyptian civilization guarded by two giant baboons: welcome to Hermopolis, 'the joyous city'

As the annual Thoth’s festival Egypt’s Wisdom Heritage is about to take place on 28th of October, Ahram Online talked to the woman behind the idea

Egypt's culture minister handed out certificates to winners and launched the official opening of the virtual exhibition of the competition

Being Egypt’s first independent theatre troupe that took to the stage over 30 years ago, the audience were delighted to learn that the door of Al-Warsha is wide open, once again, every Thursday

Shafei is an icon in the art world, but long before she dedicated her full time to curating art exhibitions and collections, she worked on introducing art, foreign languages and literacy to the public

This month, the Sufi troupe Al-Hadra celebrated five years since they first took the stage, and Ahram Online traces their journey as conveyed in their slogan 'from mosques to theatres'

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