Saturday,24 February, 2018
Current issue | Issue 1382, (22 - 28 February 2018)
Saturday,24 February, 2018
Issue 1382, (22 - 28 February 2018)

Ahram Weekly

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Feb 14 2018 10:58AM

A state-of-the-art health insurance scheme has been approved with the aim of guaranteeing the provision of optimal healthcare to all Egyptians, reports Reem Leila

Feb 14 2018 10:17AM

It is essential that Egyptian employers understand new concepts of managerial psychology in order to help the country to advance, writes Samir Sobhi


Jan 31 2018 2:42PM

The first of the 1,500 artefacts planned for exhibition at the Grand Egyptian Museum overlooking the Giza Plateau has arrived safe and sound, writes Nevine El-Aref

Jan 31 2018 12:20AM

Marwa Al-Bashir, Fann Al-Inshad Al-Dini (The Art of Religious Chanting), Egyptian Lebanese Publishing House, 2017

Jan 23 2018 10:25PM

The Delta site of San Al-Hagar, sometimes described as the “Luxor of the North”, is under development as an open-air museum of ancient Egyptian art, reports Nevine El-Aref

Jan 17 2018 12:42AM

An ambitious Berlin exhibition is exploring the Cold War links between politics and the arts, with intriguing reference to the Arab world, writes David Tresilian

Jan 12 2018 7:21PM

MPs condemn a New York Times’ article alleging Egypt has tacitly accepted Trump’s decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, reports Gamal Essam El-Din


Jan 12 2018 6:26PM

A recent article in the US press criticising Egypt as an ally revealed some typical American disingenuousness, writes Tewfick Aclimandos


Jan 2 2018 11:19PM

The work of artisans from the ancient site of Deir Al-Medina is on display in a special exhibition at the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir Square 

Jan 2 2018 11:02PM

Dina Ezzat talks to Director of Egypt’s Coptic Museum Atef Naguib and icon painter Adel Nassif about preserving Coptic history and art 

Dec 19 2017 8:35PM

If in the unfolding decade 2011 was the spring, then 2017 must be a kind of autumn. From new horizons for film production to a resurgence of state-supported theatre and the unexplained closing-down of art events, Al-Ahram Weekly’s critics review the year in culture

Nov 21 2017 11:48PM

The artistic director of the 39th Cairo International Film Festival tells Nahed Nasr about this year’s challenges and achievements

Nov 21 2017 11:42PM

Rania Khallaf reviews British artist Hannah Stevenson’s new exhibition 

Nov 21 2017 9:37PM

Mai Samih meets one young woman who is determined to spread the benefits of art therapy more widely, notably by drawing on stones 

Nov 7 2017 7:41PM

The Gulf state of Sharjah has handed back a collection of 400 ancient Egyptian and Islamic artefacts illegally smuggled out of Egypt, reports Nevine El-Aref


Nov 1 2017 1:17AM

Al-Ahram Weekly spent an enchanting night of art at the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir where its heritage preservation initiative was launched


Nov 1 2017 1:33AM

Nora Amin discusses the Nahda Arts School, an example of non-governmental initiatives for training in the performing arts

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