Exhibitions at Saudi Arabia’s Misk Art Institute mark the launching of a bilingual book series that seeks to make contemporary Arab artists more widely known.
The Bila Hudood festival invited people to join online discussions of contemporary Arabic literature in genres such as food writing, memoir and poetry.
The key to the market’s success is selling via social media, a method that is new to book vendors and buyers alike in Egypt.
The festival has a lively but Covid-19-wary schedule in London and is opening up to a wider audience online.
“The Birth of Paper,” a “theater by mail” production, links two cities that share a history of vibrant art and economic struggle.
The exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum demonstrates the richness and creativity of contemporary artists in the Arab region.
Games are well established as teaching tools, says a history professor in Qatar. Instead of resisting them, educators should be trying to develop better ones.
The Tunisian thinker and writer Hichem Djait spent nearly half a century investigating Islamic history and Arab culture.
The Swiss artist Evelyne Porret founded a pottery school in the Egyptian village of Tunis that helped rural women use art to change their destiny.
Manal Ataya, director general of the Sharjah Museums Authority, finds it fulfilling to make museums more accessible and enrich children’s development.