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Townhouse 15 Years
01/08 - 28/08/2015 [Exhibition]

LANES OF SAWA

This exhibition is a part of SAWA’s story. Some of the artists exhibited today have either been SAWA workshop participants or instructors, or both. Most of the works are by established artists who regularly hold solo shows and have become notable names among collectors; others are emerging and th... read more

27/07/2015 [Library Talk]

Townhouse Salon With Iman Mersal

Iman Mersal’s poetry collection “A Dark Alley Suitable for Learning to Dance” (1995) was one of the very few anthologies that marked a major shift in the status of contemporary Arabic poetry. Join us next Monday at the Townhouse Library for a conversation, in Arabic, with poet Iman Mersal, modera... read more

01/07 - 31/07/2015 [Monthly program]

Rawabet monthly program

Rawabet Monthly program. This section is constantly updated, please check frequently. read more

05/06/2015 [Artist Talk ]

In conversation with Huda Lutfi

Townhouse West is delighted to invite you to its first artist talk with Huda Lutfi following the opening of her exhibition, “Magnetic Bodies”. This talk will take place in the form of a moderated conversation with Lutfi, discussing the works on display in the Townhouse West space and the themes t... read more

03/06/2015 [Library Talks]

A conversation with Mohamed Rabie

During the process of writing the novel "Mercury", Mohamed Rabie has gone through a number of books. Some of them acted as reference to historical events and others opened up ideas and plotlines for the novel. But few paragraphs were moving and have inspired significant parts of "Mercury" read more

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