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We aim through the arts workshop to nurture talent and help people make a living, says founder
At the completion of the process, tar composes nearly 30% of the charcoal’s weight, while the proportion of carbon is fixed at about 75%, the normal percentage for commercial coal
Shaq Al-Teban, located in the mountainous area of southern Cairo, has more than 1,500 workshops and small factories specialising in the granite and marble industry.
Courses in art, music, design and presenting are among the new workshops currently on offer
The new café is spacious and on a convenient location for Cairo University students
The new foundation seeks to develop critical thinking along with enriching cultural life
Bashkatib offers a variety of skills to young people interested to join the field of media
Abgadeya provides a venue for talented young artists and writers to express themselves and showcase their work.
Mishkah Gallery is a hub for artworks, traditional handcrafts and exchange for knowledge
Wekalet El-Ghoury in old Islamic Cairo is hosting a traditional craft festival until 6 June
Old Cairo craftsmen keep old working practices alive, but challenges arise from the global market.
The Kalam le-l-Shabab, Words of Youth, project is open for submissions until 31 May.
Youth journalists gather with media experts to develop ‘local media’
Mahatat furthers the decentralisation of art by launching a new project in the governorate of Damietta.
The second edition of the Downtown Contemporary Arts Festival (D-CAF) starts on Thursday 4 April. For 24 days Downtown Cairo will be filled with performances, screenings, workshops, exhibitions and more. We spoke to Ahmed El Attar, the artistic director of D-CAF.
Townhouse art gallery is planning to publish a series of works produced last year while the workshops were taking place
Graffiti, dance, music, workshops on going green, and anti-harassment campaigns are among the activities