In “Co-Existent Ruins”, on view in London, Iraqi artists seek to bring about a new visual understanding of their Mesopotamian heritage.
Saudi women who studied cinema abroad with help from new government scholarship programmes want to share their expertise in the kingdom.
Filmmakers and fans had been looking for a cultural boost from Algeria’s Documentary Film Week. Unfortunately, “the coronavirus had another say”.
More than 1,000 publishers from 51 countries are participating in the latest running of the Cairo International Book Fair, amid coronavirus precautions.
In his new book, the Egyptian novelist Ahmed Mourad talks about the art of writing and storytelling, and how to become “a professional killer of boredom.”
The Omani artist and academic Fakhriya Al-Yahyai tells Al-Fanar Media about her career in art practice and education.
In the second volume of “Egypt’s Craftsmen”, Omar Taher gives credit to the forgotten creators of products that shaped Egypt’s daily life for decades.
Modern artists cannot ignore contemporary technology, says the Egyptian sculptor Sayeda Khalil.
Nahla Imam, a folklore expert newly elected to a key Unesco committee, urges decision-makers to make use of academic research on heritage subjects.
Time-transcending scale models bring national heritage to life in miniature form at “EgyHobby 2021”, an exhibition of the Egyptian Scale Modeling Club.