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Remix Asia

16 young musicians from ِAzerbaijan, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Tunisia and Uzbekistan Remix Asia is a creative encounter for musicians from Arab countries and Central Asia. It gives them the opportunity to combine and experiment with diverse music traditions from both regions where they share old traditions and culture. This year’s platform will take place in Alexandria, from the7th ... Read More »

7ayy!

Concerts from six different countries at El Genaina Theatre in Ramadan Culture Resource presents “Hay” Ramadan’s annual festival at El Genaina Theatre in Al Azhar Park starting Thursday 27th of August till Saturday 12th of September 2009. The festival includes a variety of musical performances such as traditional Syrian song, Sufi singing, praises and traditional Mawal and rock music performed by ... Read More »

Start of The Game

The fourth platform for young Arab theatre makers “Start of the Game” took place in Tunisia during the months of June and July 2009. The platform included 15 young actors, writers and directors from Algeria, Syria, Palestine, Lebanon, Egypt and Morocco. The platform was organized by Culture Resource in collaboration with SHAMS Association (Youth, Theatre and Cinema) in Lebanon and ... Read More »

ARABESQUE: Arts of the Arab World in Washington

ARABESQUE: Arts of the Arab World festival was launched on Monday the 23rd of February at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington DC. The festival is the first of its kind as the program includes music, theater, dance and visual arts, cinema and literature. ARABESQUE presents performances and arts from all twenty two Arab countries. ... Read More »

Fourth Time: Remix Plus!

Fourth Time: Remix Plus! Remix Plus in Egypt The 4th Arab youth music platform “Remix Plus” was held in Cairo during the period from 6 to 15 November 2008 and included 17 musicians and composers from Jordan, Egypt, Tunis, Palestine, Syria and Morocco and focused on music composition and improvisation. “RemixPlus” was organized by Al Mawred Al Thaqafy and led by the Jazz ... Read More »

The Jazz Factory

The Jazz Factory A European Arab Music Celebration Cairo, 5 to 14 November 2008 Cairo will host for the first time a unique celebration of European and Arabic music. The Jazz Factory is an initiative by the European Commission’s Delegation to Egypt, together with the Embassies of Spain, Norway, the Netherlands, Germany, Slovakia, Austria, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Italy, the ... Read More »

7ayy!

7ayy! Ramadan in Genaina Theatre Culture Resource presents “Hay” Ramadan’s annual festival at El Genaina Theatre in Al Azhar Park starting Thursday 11 till Thursday 25 September 2008. The festival includes a variety of musical performances performed by different artists from different countries. “Hay” starts on Thursday 11 September with Al Tanboura Group from Portsaid. Al Tanboura Group first appeared in early 1989 with ... Read More »

Safha Jadida 2008

“Safha Jadida”, the 4th literally Platform which was held by Culture Resource (AL Mawred Al Thaqafy) in cooperation with Shams Association, took place during the period from 29 July to the 2nd of August 2008 in a village called Doma in Lebanon. 12 young writers from Sudan, Egypt, Morocco, Algeria, Jordan, Palestine and Syria participated in the workshop. The Platform ... Read More »

Cultural Journalism Workshop June 2008

Culture Resource (Al Mawred Al Thaqafy) held a workshop in the field of cultural journalism in Cairo during the period from 29 June to the 4th of July 2008. The purpose of the workshop was enhancing the knowledge of different cultural fields of the young Arab journalists who are specialized in cultural journalism. In addition to this, the workshop worked ... Read More »

7anzala Cartoon Competition

Al Mawred Al Thaqafy is organizing a cartoon contest named “Hanzala” as part of the events of the spring festival scheduled to take place during may 2008 in Cairo and Beirut. The competition aims to encourage the young Arab cartoonists to express the 60th anniversary of the Nakba. Read More »

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