The second edition of Ettijahat’s MINA arts festival is taking place in three countries, with four films on view in Cairo.
The Emirates’ pavilion explores an environmentally friendly alternative to cement that could greatly reduce global carbon dioxide emissions.
Winners of a competition organized by Unesco say plans are on track to rebuild the Al-Nuri Mosque, destroyed in the war against the Islamic State.
For two Arab women comedians, challenging stereotypes is part of the act—and just being onstage is breaking one barrier.
This year’s summer session, held online, focused on the use of Arabic as an active academic language in European universities.
Students’ art graduation projects seek inspiration in Egypt’s heritage but also reflect the modern world and the isolation caused by Covid-19.
The organizers say their choice of more than 350 works is meant to generate a dialogue between different generations of artists.
Lebanese University art students create pieces for the one-year anniversary of the explosion that devastated much of Beirut.
Cairo’s Bayt Al-Suhaymi celebrates the famed Egyptian poet and cartoonist Salah Jahin with an exhibition of 40 previously unpublished works.
Changes forced on the London-based center by Covid-19 were a challenge, but reaching a wider audience online represents a net gain, its chairman says.