Alwan wa Awtar: Transforming the Lives of Children

In 1992, Cairo inhabitants faced a shattering earthquake where many lost their homes along with their humble possessions. Among those were the inhabitants of...

Behind Ayda Mansour’s “Flowers in Abstract” at Eklego

Artist Ayda Mansour is currently displaying a collection of paintings at Eklego Design’s Zamalek branch. Eklego’s products range from furniture and lighting to home...

Baad El Bahr: Cultural Development Presents its Last Project From Rags to Riches

Baad El Bahr for Cultural Development presents its last project FROM RAGS TO RICHES BEBA is an Egyptian cultural association, whose key mission is to...

Artellewa Activities for Ramadan

At Artellewa, our Ramadan days start from 11 am to 5 pm, and the library will be open every day except Sundays and Mondays. There...

Adsum Art Consultancy: Egypt’s Guide to Cracking the Art Market

By Soha El Sirgany Budding art consultancy Adsum is the first homegrown firm that aims to help art buyers and enthusiasts acquire art works and...

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              “Blinks of a Brush” Painting Exhibition by An Indian Diplomat Maulana Azad Centre for Indian Culture is organizing...

Remembering Alexander Saroukhan

By Yasmine Nazmy Armenian-Egyptian caricaturist Alexander Saroukhan – today considered one of the founding fathers of the art of caricature in Egypt – can be...

A Bountiful Banquet at the Prince’s Table

  Evaristo Baschenis versus Americo Lozano Baschenis was an Italian Baroque painter of the 17th century. He is best known for still life, most commonly of...

The World of Americo Lozaro

By Soha El Sirgany Stepping out of the elevator on the last floor of the building, you immediately know you’re walking into a special realm. Clay...

Mishkah: Reviving Local Arts

By Diana Farid The brainchild of two heritage lovers, Mishkah Art and Culture Center – a cozy art center in Nasr City – opened its...

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