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A group of street artists are using colour to reshape the minds of Egyptians
Barbatoze comics aim to brighten up the day for Egyptians
The Bassem Youssef show proved a fertile ground for such memes to develop, in addition to the jokes created by protesters and citizens
The workshop will focus on teaching participants to use recycled materials like paper to create papier mache and different assemblage techniques.
Puppetry in Egypt has become a dying art; the state-owned puppet theatre that produced the famous show has lost most of its former glory
The Creativity Front is a coalition of artists and intellectuals aiming to protect freedom of creativity and freedom of speech
The Zamalek based initiative hosts a few exhibitions throughout the year but their real focus is in education and disseminating proper knowledge about art
AFCA for Arts and Culture will be organising the third edition of the Hakawy International Arts Festival for Children in March 2013
Sakia is branching out and is launching El Sakia TV within the next two weeks
The works require you to look past the purposefully organic but generic feel of the works in order to follow the artist’s creative process
Many clients share Tamer’s symbolic view of tattoos as indicative of freedom and he says sawry or revolutionary tattoos are among the most popular
“We had the idea in 2009 to create a space where up and coming artists could display their work, since it is hard to find galleries that will show work of young artists,” Mowafy said. “At the same time it is not easy for interested buyers to find affordable art; many people are looking to find something to hang on their wall but are not in the market to buy investment art.”
The paintings exhibited are separated in two series,I Want To Be Free and The Path
The play was produced by the Spanish embassy in Cairo and is completely in Arabic to emphasise cultural exchange
Exhibit marking Ramses Wissa Wassef centennial at Cairo Opera House
Cairo’s latest art initiative planning to keep artistic community entertained and surprised
Asyut University holds graffiti workshop
The continuing struggle for rights through street art
Al Qurity is an established Egyptian artist, not an emerging one, and the work that was showcased there was also shown at Masar exclusively.
PM says the square should host art exhibitions
Conservative crackdown continues in post-revolutionary Tunisia
Cimatheque is a multi-purpose space dedicated to celebrating film and independent filmmakers in Egypt. It is meant to be a dynamic work space for independent filmmakers to collaborate, research and network, aiding the development of their talents.
The artists have chosen a myriad of mediums such as sound, web art, photography and textiles. Each work of art is a personal exploration of the artist’s thoughts and emotions.
As a designer and illustrator it frustrated me that the studios spend so much money producing a movie, yet always go for the cheap shot when it comes to advertising.
Unique to the rest of the year, the Summer Collective presents stored art for display and sale. It is an opportunity to see what you missed when you missed the exhibition.