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Ezzedine Gannoun Memorial Theater Award

An open call for applications was made on May 15, 2015h and 18 artists applied from various Arab countries. The judges for this year were: Menha Al Batrawi (Egypt), Hanan Hajj Ali (Lebanon) and Al Habib BelHadi (Tunisia). Abeer Ali, an Egyptian theatre director, was chosen for her production of a new play based on George Orwell’s “1984”. The original ... Read More »

Announcement of the 3rd round of Tandem Shaml

Tandem Shaml Call for Application 2015 – 2016 Tandem Shaml supports experimental collaborations between cultural change makers from the Arab Region and Europe. For the upcoming round, Tandem Shaml offers 16 cultural organisations, 8 from Europe and 8 from the Arab Region, the unique opportunity to establish cross-border cooperation links. This exchange and knowledge development programme allows cultural professionals from ... Read More »

Results of 2014 Program – 2nd round

Ten Artist and Authors from Five Arab Countries Receive Culture Resource Production Awards Grants for Literature, Visual Arts, Theater, Music and Cinema Culture Resource announced the projects receiving the production award for the December 2014 round. After the call for application of that round, 130 applications were received,and the jury committee selected ten projects support this round. With the conclusion ... Read More »

3rd Round of Action for Hope in Assiut

  Third Round of Action for Hope to Take Place at Al Dowair Village, in Assiut from 3 to 13 November After the great success of the 2 previous rounds of Action for Hope initiative in Estable Antar in Cairo and Syrian refugees’ camp in Tripoli – Lebanon, Culture Resource (Al Mawred Al Thaqafy), in Collaboration with Ahmed Bahaa El ... Read More »

Madad Initiative Lunches a New Program to Support 20 Cultural Initiatives in Villages & Popular Areas

  The Madad Foundation announced the launch of its first initiative to support and encourage cultural projects that target marginalized segments of Egyptian  society that are culturalle underserved. In 2013, Madad will offer 20 grants of up to L.E 5,000, to support 20 cultural projects. The Madad Foundation is the result of a Culture Resource initiative to establish a national ... Read More »

Five Winners in Sam3na Competition for Instrumental Music from Egypt, Jordan, Syria and Tunisia

  Culture Resource announced the result of Sam3na competition for instrumental music, that took place from July 21 to October 28, 2013. Sam3na succeeded in attracting a large number of Arab musicians and composers. A total of 30 applications were received. The selections carried out lead to a total of 23 eligible applications that have undergone objective evaluation by a ... Read More »

The Second Action for Hope Reaches Syrian Refugee Camp In Tripoli – Lebanon

  The Second Action for Hope Reaches Syrian Refugee Camp In Tripoli – Lebanon Culture Resource (Al Mawred Al Thaqafy) launched the 2nd phase of Action for Hope initiative to Syrian refugee camp, in Tripoli, Lebanon, from 19 -30 August. The program of the initiative will include art workshops in theater, music, visual arts, film and creative writing, artistic events, ... Read More »

The first phase of Action for Hope initiative kicks off in Estable Antar & Ezbet Khairallah

  The first phase of Action for Hope initiative kicks off in Estable Antar & Ezbet Khairallah from May 31 – June 11   Culture Resource (Al Mawred Al Thaqafy) launches the 1st phase of Action for Hope initiative in Estable Antar & Ezbet Khairallah, Cairo, from May 31 – June 11. The program of the initiative will include art ... Read More »

Culture Resource held meetings in Tunis to follow up on recommendations of the Independent Culture for Democracy conference

  Culture Resource held two meetings on 16 & 17 April in Tunisia at Al Hamra Theater, to follow up on the implementation of the conference recommendations from the Independent Culture for Democracy conference that took place in December 2012. The meetings were held in cooperation with the Arab Cultural Policy Group and included some of its members and other ... Read More »

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