Teens and art lovers, in particular, have a lot to look forward to this weekend. As December approaches, many of us begin to focus on chilling in the cold weather. In addition, there is an abundance of world-class art shows to enjoy in the winter, including anything from paintings and sculptures to photographs and installations. If you'd rather kick back with some pals and listen to live music, CJC and ROOM Art Space have you covered.
"The Vow" Movie Screening at Ahimsa
Looking for something fun to do on a Thursday? At Ahimsa's one-of-a-kind "Movie Night Under the Stars" event, guests will be able watch "The Vow" while taking in breathtaking views of the Nile. For more information, follow this link.
Unsilencing Palestine: Photo Exhibition at Netherlands-Flemish Institute in Cairo
NVIS, in Zamalek, would like to offer an invitation to the premiere of their latest exhibition, titled "Unsilencing Palestine," on Thursday. Photographs shot by Sary Zananiri, an artist, cultural historian, and specialist on the heritage of the Middle East, will be used to provide visitors an overview of Palestinian history. Click this link to learn more about it!
Electric Thursday at Cairo Jazz Club 610
You won't want to miss the incredible Electric Thursday event that will take place on November 23. DJs Jungar and Nader Tahawy will be playing back-to-back, while Shenzo, Ahmed Eid, and DJ Omar Sherif will all be on hand to spin the latest and greatest tunes, making for a real party of a night. For more information, follow this link.
Promegrante Dream & Natalia Bichara at Cairo Jazz Club
Pomegranate Dream, a cover band, plays dreamy indie music with soft melodies that may satisfy your wants. Nathalie Bichara, who will be paying loving tribute to Sade, will add to an evening of nothing but exquisite music and vocals. For more information, follow this link.
Greens Farmers Market at Galleria 40
Galleria 40 welcomes you to Greens Farmers Market to show your support for Egyptian small businesses while enjoying a day of fresh produce, delicious food, and creative displays. Discover the best of what the country has to offer and encourage Egypt's farmers and artisans by purchasing their wares. For more information, follow this link.
“Something Else” Exhibition at the Citadel
This Thursday marks the return of the "Something Else" exhibition to the Salah El Din Citadel, which will once again play home to a wide variety of photographic and artistic editions. Exhibits, performances, films, music, workshops, street art, conversations, and lectures by artists from all over the world. Click this link to learn more.
Polaris Jam at ROOM Garden City
Polaris Jam is like a star in the rock and roll universe, drawing in fans with its boundless vitality and hypnotic sounds. For more information, follow this link.
Nazir Tanbouli Exhibition at Picasso Art Gallery
Join Nazir Tanbouli on a fascinating journey as he takes us to a fantasy world brimming with dreams, wonder, and ardour. The Picasso Art Gallery in Zamalek will host the show till November 30. For more information, follow this link.
Ashraf El Zamzami's Exuberance Exhibition at Safarkhan Art Gallery
Safarkhan is pleased to present new work by Ashraf El Zamzami, a mainstay of the international contemporary art scene since the early 1990s. El Zamzami's work has grown through a variety of varied phases, displaying a degree of versatility that few other artists can equal. Click the link to learn more about it!
Mashtal Bonsai Workshop at CSA
Bonsai is the art of training a little tree or plant to look good in a container or on a shelf. You may do this by carefully cutting and trimming the plant's roots and stems. Learn more about bonsai at the next Mashtal workshop led by Dr. Maha Khalil. For more information, follow this link.
"Unbound Harmony" Exhibition at Tam Gallery
The Egyptian artists Hassan Abdel Ghany, Lina Mowafy, and Mohamed El Sharkawy showcase together in an exhibition named "Unbound Harmony: Freedom in Three Voice." This coming Saturday is the grand opening party for the Abu Rawwash location of Tam Gallery. Through their photographs, the three photographers provide an intimate look at Egyptian life. For more information, follow this link.
Nos Darba & Soul Roots at Cairo Jazz Club
Since Nos Darba and Soul Roots are formed of musicians of several nationalities who have a strong devotion and love for the music, their energy simply emanates from the stage! Creating a new set by combining musical traditions from throughout the world. For more information, follow this link.