The General Authority for Cultural Palaces hosted a number of events in the different governorates of Egypt, and in the following report we review the most important of these events.
The first performance of “Pianola” at the Shebin El-Kom Palace of Culture
The Menoufia Culture Branch, led by Ahmed Fawzi, presented the first performances of the Children’s Palace of Culture Choir “Pianola” team, led by Maestro Ziyad Hagras, at the Shebeen El-Kom Palace of Culture. We need to provide the environment and climate that supports it This was followed by the first paragraphs of the concert, a group song titled “The Sweet Dee”, then the song “Musharbatch min Nilha” by the talent Menna Amir, followed by a solo performance on the kamanga instrument by the talent Jack Isaac, the song “The Immortal River”, and he played a solo Another excellent talent for Faris Muhammad Ali, the song “Elli Bali Balak”, and on the guitar the beautiful Maryam Sameh performed the song “Despacito”, and the group presented the song “Zaza and Arugula Taza”, then the solo song “Ya Sahbjiah” by the talented Maryam Ashraf, and the group also performed a patriotic medley, followed by the song “Zay Al Asal” by the talent Maryam Rushdi, and the song “I Love You, I Wahshtini” by the talent Mazen Abdel Maqsoud, and the talent Nour Tamer presented the song “I am still young” and what the talent As for Maryam Saeed, she excelled in the ex ering of the song “Gold of the Night” and the song “Lola Al-Malamah For the talent Maryam Amr, then the ceremony ended with the song “Karkashendi” by the artist Adawiya the group.
The rights of the disabled child, lectures, technical workshops and discussions in Minya
The General Authority for Cultural Palaces, under the leadership of director Hisham Atwa, held many artistic and cultural activities in the Minya cultural branch, in the Central Upper Egypt region, under the leadership of Diaa Makkawy. Delga Kultuurhuis discussed a book entitled “The Era of Study”. discussed by Azza Helmy Sayed, and the Delga Cultural Library discussed a book entitled “Rights of the Disabled Child” written by Hajar Abd al-Hay, discussed by Yasser Ali Hussein, and the Belhasa Cultural Library discussed a lecture entitled “Together against drugs” presented. presented by Fadel Muhammad And he talked about the definition of drugs and what their types are, the meaning of addiction, what are the causes that lead to addiction, and how to protect our children from drugs and addiction. The Samalut Culture House has ‘ a screening prepared of films, including the movie Abu Saddam.
The Mattay Culture House also held a lecture entitled “The role of women in the family and society”, at the General Secondary School for Girls in Mattay, which was given by dr. Muhammad Abdel-Zaher attended, and he talked about the role of women. in the family and society. She lives in it, where women play an important and indispensable role in the family and society, and since the family is the small building block of society, no strong and coherent society can be established without women. key to the development and progress of any family, and therefore the fact that a woman sustains and develops the family will ultimately lead to the preservation, development and progress of society. Work and help them to excel in studies, women can manage money correctly and moderately, thus keeping the family away from material problems, while the Nawa Culture Library hosted an art workshop Drawing and coloring On the occasion of the New Year training by the artist Ahmed Mohamed Fathi, the Children’s and Youth Library in the Kindergarten presented a discussion of a book entitled “How we get sick” within the series “The Beginnings of Simplified Sciences”.
The role of youth in the human rights strategy in the Suez culture
Through the Suez Culture Branch, managed by Abdel Moneim Halawa, the General Administration of Youth and Workers’ Culture, attached to the Central Administration for Studies and Research, held a lecture entitled The Role of Youth in Human Rights Strategy. Dr. Fatima Youssef presented it at the new Suez Secondary School for Girls. She spoke about the importance of youth forums, the most important of which is to listen to young people and build their capacities. And enable them to play an active role in building the new republic, thus implementing the national strategy The Mayor’s House of Culture also held a lecture entitled “Good Manners” delivered by Sheikh Mahmoud Al -Sayyid was attended.
The Department of Cultural Empowerment held a lecture entitled “Disability from a Social Perspective” which was attended by Iman Shabar at Hoda Shaarawy Preparatory School for Girls, and she talked about the role of society in caring for the disabled or people with special needs needs. And social and psychological workers, and guide parents and community members to know the nature of people with special needs and get their views on how to activate the role of civil society institutions to serve the disabled, and also that these institutions send a message in to alleviate the problem of disability.
The Kafralziat Ensemble for Arabic Music performs a concert at the 23rd July Theater in Mahalla
Many of the people of Gharbia Governorate were eager to be present at the July 23 Theater in Mahalla to follow the artistic performance of the Kafr Al-Zayat Orchestra for Arabic Music.
The orchestra continued to present the songs of the time of the original art, through which it could get the admiration and applause of the audience, who sang the songs accompanied by the orchestra, where the stars of Kafr Ziyat sang Arabic music with the songs “Gabbar by the Nightingale Al-Asmar Abdel Halim Hafez, in Tunis Beck, and the game of days by the artist Warda Al-Jazairia, My heart is her love for the Lebanese artist Ragheb Alama.” While singer Ahmed Al-Hosari presented a group of religious hymns and supplications, it is mentioned that the July 23 theater in the city of Mahalla Al-Kubra received many cultural and artistic events during the month of December, since the theater hosted the participation of the Ghazl Al -witnessed Mahalla Folklore. Troupe during an artistic performance, and the theater held an artistic evening to commemorate the birth of the world writer Naguib Mahfouz, with the participation of the 23 July Theater Children’s Choir.
The conclusion of the second cultural week of women’s culture in the Dome of Al-Ghouri
The General Authority for Cultural Palaces concluded the activities of the second culture week, which was organized by the General Administration of Women’s Culture under the leadership of dr. Dina Huwaidi, during the period from 18 to 22 December, in celebration of ISESCO’s choice of “Cairo” as the capital of culture among the cities and metropolises of the Islamic world for the year 2022.
The closing activities began at the Dome of Al-Ghouri with the opening of an art exhibition that resulted from the art workshops held during the second cultural week.
At the beginning of her speech, Dr. Dina, greetings from director Hisham Atwa, and Dr. Hanan Moussa to the audience, explaining that the second culture week is the last in the activities of the Culture Weeks prepared by the administration under the title “Cairo, Capital of Culture.” She explained that this event is one of the most prominent and important events because it sheds light on ISESCO’s initiative to introduce the history of major cities and metropolises in the Islamic world. She pointed out that the city of Cairo is an important cultural city is, including many sciences, arts and side tasks of culture that vary between east and west, north and south. She also spoke about the participation of students from the Faculty of Fine Arts and the Faculty of Applied Arts, Helwan University in the events, where they are trained in the techniques of some heritage and environmental workshops. Crafts, such as tents, traditional ornaments, and a free drawing workshop for archaeological models and buildings, in addition to the participation of mothers of people of determination.
This was followed by a cultural salon titled “Diversity in the Urban and Architectural Heritage of Cairo,” which was presented by Dr. Dina Huwaidi, with the participation of dr. Suheir Zaki Hawass, professor of architecture at the Faculty of Engineering, University of Cairo, and journalist Jamal Al-Shaer, where dr. Suhair about her experience in the Khedive Cairo development project, where she oversaw 200 buildings in the city center, and shed light on the problems and challenges she faced during the implementation of the project. Muhammad Ali and his family in the modernization played Cairo along the lines of Western capitals, and provided a description of the architecture and urbanization of Cairo during the reign of Khedive Ismail.
In turn, the poet told a part of his memories with Dr. Suhair when she was his guest on his television programs. He also explained that Dr. Suhair is the author of the term “Khedive Cairo”, as this term is scientifically accurate to describe the city of Cairo, and explains that Dr. Working to reconcile people with stone through the development and restoration of historic monumental buildings in Cairo, Suhair pointed out that Egypt has geographical and historical treasures that set it apart from the rest of the world, pointing out that the map of Egypt featured is by the presence of the relationship of victory twice, the first in the form of the delta, and the second in the form of the Red Sea.
It was followed by dr. Dina Huwaidi has dr. Suhair, the poet, and Mahmoud Youssef, President of the Students’ Union of the Faculty of Fine Arts, Helwan University, by presenting them with certificates of appreciation and the commission’s medal. Certificates of appreciation were also given to Dr. Hani Abu Al-Hassan, Head of the Cultural Development Fund Sector, d. Bilal Al-Sheikh, Director of the Technical Office of the Cultural Development Fund, d. Amr Sami, Dean of the Faculty of Fine Arts, Helwan University, d. Maysum Qutub, dean of the College of Applied Arts, dr. Bassem Hassan, head of the interior design and furniture department, dr. Omnia Yahya, Vice Dean of the College of Fine Arts for Community Service and Environment, Nashwa Ali, Director of Youth Welfare, College of Fine Arts, Hani Abdel-Khalek, Director of Beit Al-Suhaimi Creativity Center, Reda Zarif, Director of Qubbat Al-Ghouri, Dr. Mohamed Adel, Financial and Administrative Director, as well as the honor of the students of the Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts.
At the end of the events, an artistic concert was held in which the Tannoura Heritage Band presented a set of its artistic performances, accompanied by popular musical instruments.