World Photography Day is an annual event held to thank both Louis Daguerre and Joseph Niepce, the French artists and scientists who invented photography.
The Heliopolis Library is launching a number of activities and workshops for various creative skills for all age groups during August.
The course includes a lecture on the AutoCAD program and the production of paintings for documentation purposes.
Photojournalist Hassan Mohamed Hassan was given the trophy for his photos that promote Egypt's Vision 2030 by highlighting the country’s achievements in various fields of sustainable development.
Paying homage to Mother Nature, Nikon in partnership with Youth Love Egypt (YLE) Foundation calls all photography lovers to participate in their contest Our World.
In mid-March, Photopia held the largest photo festival in the MENA region. Cairo Photo Week hosted dozens of workshops and exhibitions, connecting many photographers in the region. Egypt Today interviewed a group of prominent American photographers that the U.S. embassy in Cairo invited to the event and here are some of their best advice.
Photopia, a prominent photography school in Egypt, organized the largest photo festival in the Middle East and North Africa in Mid-March. We interviewed U.S. photographers invited by Photopia and the U.S. embassy to learn about their experience in Egypt as well as their advice.
Cairo Photo Week festival kicked off Thursday with the US and French ambassadors visiting the exhibitions organized by the Egypt-based photography hub Photopia.
The opening day of “Between Here & Elsewhere” at SOMA Art Gallery will take place on Sunday, February 7th, 2021 from 6:00 – 9:00 pm. The exhibition runs until February 25th 2021, daily from 12:00 to 8:00 pm (by appointment), except Fridays.
In cooperation with the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, the Ministry of Environment, and the State Ministry of Information, the European Union (EU) Delegation to Egypt launches the 13th edition of its photography competition themed “A Journey to Egypt’s Past and Future”.
The Museum of Islamic Art announced the start of receiving the photographs participating in the art exhibition "Lens 2", to be organized from March 23 to April 1, 2021.
Hassan el-Akhras is a 25-year-old Egyptian artist with special needs. He suffers from Down Syndrome, but he did not succumb to the disease, nor did he lean into despair.
Ali launched this initiative to spread joy and positivity amid the state of fear and panic caused by the spread of the deadly COVID-19 pandemic.
Documentary and portrait photographer Lina Geoushy zooms in on the significant role played by female housekeepers in Egyptian society, combatting the stigma and highlighting heroic stories of hard work and dignified sacrifices.
A look back at last month’s unsettling and provocative exhibition reimagining notorious serial killers Raya and Sakina through fashion and photography
National Geographic Abu Dhabi and Almarai Company launched the 8th edition of its annual photography competition “Moments” from May 1 to June 20.
The National Organization for Urban Harmony launches the third round of the “Torathy” photography competition.
Award-winning Egyptian photojournalist Ahmed Hayman will be hosting ane exhibition titled "The Dream Is Still Alive" at Beit el Sura on Apr. 21 until Apr. 28.
Xenia Nikolskaya, the Russian-Swedish photographer known for the book “Dust”, in which she successfully documents various fascinating Egyptian architectural spaces.
Sharm el-Sheikh is one of the most beautiful and charming places you will ever visit.