Ministry of Culture
The 32nd Youth Salon will be held under the title "Dreaming is the Land of Creativity", on January 16 at 6 p.m.
The State Award for Artistic Creativity at the Egyptian Academy of Arts in Rome is granted to creators in several artistic fields
The General Egyptian Book Organization will hold a press conference to announce the details of the 53rd Cairo International Book Fair on January 17, at Al-Manara Exhibitions Center in the Fifth Settlement.
The 53rd Cairo International Book Fair will kick off on January 26 and will run until February 7 instead of February 6.
Five innovators in the field of theater will be honored during the closing ceremony.
The winner of the Rifa’a al-Tahtawy Award for Translation receives a financial reward of LE 100,000, a commemorative shield and a certificate of appreciation.
The program of the concert includes a set of recitations sung by Tohamy.
The celebrations come within the framework of the program implemented by the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO).
Head of Egypt’s Plastic Arts Sector will inaugurate three exhibitions.
The festival aims to establish a means of communication between different people and theater groups.
The troupe, led by director Hani el-Nabulsi, will present various folk performances.
During the press conference, the details of the activities held on the occasion of choosing Cairo as the Capital of Culture for the countries of the Islamic world for 2022 will be announced.
Haitham Al-Hajj Ali, head of the General Egyptian Book Organization, said that he hopes to generalize the experience in all new cities.
The commemoration presents a vision highlighting the most important works of the late Salah Abdel-Sabour.
The decisions were released in an official statement.
The 53rd Cairo International Book Fair will be held from January 26 to February 6, 2022, at the Egypt Center for International Exhibitions and Conferences.
The Madinaty Book Fair comes as the General Egyptian Book Organization’s new step towards holding exhibitions in new cities.
Abdel Dayem stated that Egyptian and Arab art have lost one of its greatest icons, as Babli formed a model for diverse creativity.
El-Samer Theater is one of the largest theaters located in Cairo Governorate, with an area of about 1,000 square meters.
"Your Book Kiosk" project comes as part of the Ministry of Culture's participation in the presidential initiative “Decent Life”.