Friday,24 November, 2017
Current issue | Issue 1370, (23-29 November 2017)
Friday,24 November, 2017
Issue 1370, (23-29 November 2017)

Ahram Weekly

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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

Oct 24 2017 7:00PM

Mai Samih takes some lessons in the art of remembering

Oct 11 2017 12:50AM

Ati Metwaly explores the opposite of music

Oct 11 2017 12:48AM

Italian comics artist Walter Venturi told Reham El-Adawi about coming to Luxor to make a bust of colonial age explorer Giovanni Belzoni 

Sep 27 2017 10:14AM

Egyptian karatekas prevailed at the 2017 Junior, Cadet and U-21 Mediterranean Championships. At the same time, Seif Eissa of Egypt took the silver medal at the 2017 Rabat World Taekwondo Grand Prix Series. Abeer Anwar reports

Sep 6 2017 11:29AM

Aug 22 2017 11:47PM

How did 32,000 artefacts apparently disappear from Ministry of Antiquities stores? , Nevine El-Aref investigates

Aug 15 2017 11:17PM

The beauty of Arabic calligraphy has been on show since the opening of the third Cairo International Biennial of Arabic Calligraphy Art, writes Nevine El-Aref

Aug 8 2017 9:18PM

Rania Khallaf discovered the remarkable work of the young woman artist Esraa Zedan

Aug 8 2017 9:03PM

The soaring monuments of Rosetta are to be restored in order to develop the Delta city into an open-air museum of Islamic art, writes Nevine El-Aref


Aug 1 2017 11:02PM

The American University in Cairo and its President Francis Ricciardone have set a good example for institutions across the world by returning 5,000 artefacts to Egypt, writes Zahi Hawass


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