Heba El-Sherif's Articles

Pack your sleeping bags and head to the most serene spot on Egypt's Red Sea, Ras Mohammed, between Sharm El Sheikh and Dahab

A heartwarming tribute to a Beatles generation, and Spain's official submission to the 2015 Oscar race

French playwright and director Pascal Rambert’s globe-trotting A (Micro) History of World Economics, Danced comes to Cairo as part of the 4th DCAF. Ahram Online talks to the director and attends the rehearsals

Khaled Kaddal's 'Trapped Sounds', performed in Rawabet Theatre in Cairo, will now head to the Goethe Institute in Alexandria

Egyptian cartoonists speak to Ahram Online about truth, utopia and self-censorship

What is a statement that goes with an artwork meant to offer to its audience? And why has the practice of producing corresponding statements become so widespread in the art world?

Two years after it was released in commercial cinemas, Nadine Khan’s Harag W Marag screens at Zawya for one week, closing on Tuesday, 10 February

Ahram Online explores the preparation efforts of four festivals set to kick off in coming months.

A look at cultural locations that opened, ones that closed and ones we think excelled in 2014

On the process through which book cover designers are chosen, design trends, the relationship between cover art and sales, and the role of writers throughout