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  • Wed 12 Mar

    International Women's Day: 'Women & Creativity' @ Cairo Opera House

    In celebration of International Women’s Day, The Cairo Opera House will be celebrating Egyptian Women of the Fine Arts in the Ziad Bakir Hall. The exhibition will host works from 124 established artists from different generations, along with a group of award-winning young artists, acknowledged for their recent achievements. Dr. Aida Abdul Karim will also be honoured as the leading glass sculptor in Egypt. The exhibition is open from 10AM-2PM, and again from 4.30PM-8.30PM. Admission is free. 

     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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