Latest in Culture Highlight
Latest in Culture
Stalwart of Egyptian cinema, Hassan Hosny, hugely popular with audiences, widely recognised for his contribution to Egyptian arts
The webinar started with an inspirational song released by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR), titled “United We Fight”.
One of most important artefacts transferred is rectangular board for seven oils used during burial rites
Site of ancient Oxyrhynchus has produced 70% of literary papyri so far discovered
Online broadcast to take place featuring various Egyptian opera stars
Hidden gem gives visitors view of Egypt’s natural and wildlife wonders whilst also experiencing Bedouin life first hand
Musicians come together to create song urging people to stand firm and thank frontline workers
Culture Ministry’s YouTube channel hits 19 million views from 25 countries
Egypt’s Abdel-Dayem chaired virtual meeting to discuss solutions to virus’ impacts and preserve cultural awareness
Videos will shed light on unknown aspects of Egypt’s heritage and history through artefacts
In 2018, the Egyptian Museum started showcasing monuments and artefacts of 18th dynasty courtier Yuya and his wife Tjuyu, instead of Tutankhamun’s treasures, she added.
The NCW pointed out that Galal’s programme contains forms of violence and cruelty, which can negatively affect children, and leads to problems in the future. The programme also contains insults and many forms of bullying against guests hosted by the presenter.
Online platforms for watching participating films will be launched
Stars Irrfan Khan and Rishi Kapoor passed away last week
The student campaign, entitled “Earafny” (Know Me) aims at raising awareness on autism, whilst also emphasising the rights of affected children.
Ancient church vividly brings together three eras in one mesmerising example of Egypt’s rich history
The archaeologists have found “these enigmatic, mysterious artifacts” in some of the world’s oldest archaeological sites in Africa, Europe, and Asia, but no one in modern times had figured out how these ancient round stones were used.
‘I believe that a big part of solution for Nile issues is boosting humanitarian communication among people of Nile Basin countries,’ says Roger Anis
The newly discovered cave, which is located in a tributary of Wadi El-Zolmat or Valley of Darkness, holds unique and diverse groups of rock engravings.
Abdel Dayem said, in a statement, that the cultural events will take place online and can be viewed via the ministry’s official YouTube channel and also on its social media pages during the holy month.
Japanese AFP photographer’s photo showed “the power of youth and art,” say judges
In a statement, the ministry said a shaft measuring 120 cm x 90 cm and 11 metres deep was found, with five still sealed stone coffins at the bottom. Also discovered in the same complex were four niches in a room containing wooden coffins and Late Period human burials.
The temple was dedicated to the ancient god Osiris, the god of the underworld and Judge of the Dead. The temple has a conventional design patterned after contemporary mortuary temples at Thebes, and its Limestone walls are now very reduced, standing at only two-metre high.
Coronavirus casts shadow on Christian festival as millions enter lockdown
YouTube has confirmed three new live-stream performances that cover a range of musical genres to take place via the website
Events put on hold worldwide as pandemic continues
Several Egyptian artists joined the movement including Ali El Haggar, Tamer Ashour, and Tarkeba band. Here are all the shows people can stream this weekend:
The ministry encouraged citizens people not to leave their homes by streaming plays and concerts online every day at 9 pm. Abdel Dayem called to spend the time in self isolation to invest in knowledge and spreading awareness.
Daily News Egypt chose nine films and mini-series for those of you who are in quarantine and want to kill time. They range from comedy, drama, to action. Most of them are available online on streaming websites, youtube, or on other outlets.
Across the globe, hordes started gaming more frequently. This can be seen in the data by various gaming platforms and consoles. Steam, the popular PC gaming platform, revealed that they broke a new record as 20 million people logged in at the same time