Al Sennari House
The program of the celebration includes various artistic segments, a screening of a short film about the history of the city of Cairo, and a heritage panorama [Culturama].
The workshop will be presented by the plastic artist Abeer Zain, who focuses on introducing the art of designing accessories and its history.
The symposium revolves around the military sites established by the French campaign in Cairo.
The workshop focuses on introducing the costumes in ancient Egypt by displaying the drawings and inscriptions found on the walls of temples and terraces.
The heritage panorama shows will be held under the title “Egypt, the Cradle of Civilization and the Land of Heroes.”
The workshop aims to discover talented people in the field of caricature, support and nurture them.
The workshops aim to spread awareness and culture, and introduce children to the Egyptian civilization through the ages.
In practice, children will learn about murals of crafts and industries in ancient Egypt.
The workshop targets children from 7 to 10 years old.
The workshop targets children from 7 to 12 years old, and the number to attend is 16 children.
The shows review the history of Egypt over 5000 years.
Archaeological Al-Sennari House of the Cultural Communication Sector at the Bibliotheca Alexandrina is organizing an artistic and heritage concert open to the public to celebrate the Islamic New Year.
Egypt’s archaeological Al-Sennari House is organizing an art workshop for children under the title "Carton Recycling", on August 10 at 2:00 p.m.
The workshop targets children from 10 to 12 years old.
The concert comes, according to the organizers, in light of the interest in reviving folklore to strengthen ties between the past, present and future.
The Bibliotheca Alexandrina will organize a Culturama show under the title "Egypt’s Heritage & Civilization", on July 15 and July 27, at Al-Sennari House.
The workshop targets youth of both sexes, starting from 18 years and over.
The workshop focuses on introducing the art of decoupage, its history and development, in addition to identifying its types and the difference between them.
The workshop aims to reuse old untapped objects and tools by finding new alternatives and ideas. This, in turn, helps children increase their focus and ability to think and imagine.
The symposium focuses on introducing the history of glass, its characteristics and stages of manufacture, as well as introducing its arts and uses through the ages, with a focus on the modern era.