Diwan starts a new charitable program to encourage reading at impoverished schools.
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Egyptian film on sexual harassment to be shown at film festival in Toronto, Canada
Mahatat furthers the decentralisation of art by launching a new project in the governorate of Damietta.
The film Al Safeera Aziza explores a women’s issue in a humorous context
Translating intuition into art, Artists Ahmad Keshta and Ayman Taher form their personal perspectives using their own artistic mediums
The neglected neighbourhood of Ibn Tulun makes one nostalgic to a different Egypt
Helm, an organisation for people with disabilities, wins first place at Negma Egypt competition in MIT Media Lab.
Contemporary dance production Anatomia Publica gives a whole new idea to the repetitiveness of life and the tension of an unusual situation.
A new way of transportation is available for Cairo dwellers, now you can go to work by Nile.
D-CAF opens today at Falaki Theatre
Lecture explores the drama of Ancient Egypt’s New Kingdom and the convoluted schemes for the throne
In Egypt, spring brings more than flowers and bees, it brings the delightful winds of Khamaseen.
A poignant short story, part of the event, describes the reality of many women in Egypt
The long hidden truth about Giza’s pyramids is finally coming out
The Egyptian Autistic Society will raise awareness for autism in Egypt during the month of April with several activities
The portrait paintings of the young artist use different mediums to express his vision of the current state of Egypt.
Students of classical music in Egypt benefit from Finnish cooperative initiative for the 6th year.
Here is our pick of what is new in the cinemas this weekend
New store offers blends of Turkish coffee in Zamalek
Eka3 aims to represent artists from the independent music scene in order to take care of the business side and free them up to do what they do best
Taxi drivers blocked the 6th of October Bridge in Cairo in protest of new tax and lack of security
Ribab Fusion’s goal is to shed light on the Ribab as a traditional Moroccan musical instrument and to restore its importance in the musical scene
Every year Alexandria’s main cultural attraction, the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, organises the book fair which includes exhibits from publishers from all over Egypt, the Arab world, and Europe
Omar Samra shares what drives him and inspires others
The banned film will be screened in cinemas on 27 March
No struggling to own a piece of origami any more
‘Seven Nights and a Morning’ film shows a different side of Port Said
The festival’s mission is to support and encourage African film productions and partnerships between the countries of the continent
Omar El Nagdi’s exhibition is filled with colourful paintings that mix a contemporary style with traditional folkloric symbols
Are we making the best use possible of all those technological advances? Enter DI-EGY Festival to answer the question