Morocco fossils: A rare and vanishing treasure
Over-excavation, lax controls on fossil sales are seriously
damaging Erfoud's archeological, cultural heritage.
Cultural heartland of Al Ain hosts night of Emirati musical heritage
Abu Dhabi Film Festival to showcase best of Arab cinema
Sharjah Children's Film Festival kicks off with rich selection of movies
Piano recital opens Abu Dhabi Classics season
Al Masar Gallery holds second solo exhibition for Egyptian artist Ahmad Farid
Louvre Abu Dhabi to showcase renowned collections from France
Morocco basking in resurgence in foreign film productions
Abu Dhabi Film Festival unveils line up for 2014 edition
Jordanian director brings powerful first feature to Venice
Abu Dhabi publishes ‘Al Nahyan Poets’ collection
Another casualty of conquest and conflict in Gaza: Cultural heritage
Massive Attack in solidarity with Gaza children
Turkey politicians denounce calls for boycott of Jewish writer
2011 Libyan rebellion comes to Sarajevo
Nizwa gears up for 2015 cultural feast
UAE shines at Tan-Tan Moussem Festival
Nostalgia at its height: Syrian refugees recreate home in UAE
UAE, Morocco’s Sahraoui culture, heritage meet in Tan-Tan art exhibition
Abu Dhabi Festivals’ Committee unveils ‘Turathuna’
Who is going to win Million's Poet?
Iran actress's Cannes kiss angers Tehran authorities
Italy’s Garzone scoops Emirates Photography Competition Grand Prize
Egypt unveils tombs of senior pharaonic military men
24th Edition of ADIBF closes curtains
on high note
Sudan deserts slowly reveal two-thousand-year old secrets
Ahmed Saadawi’s ‘Frankenstein in Baghdad’ wins 2014 International Prize for Arabic Fiction
Hajj now and then explored in Paris exhibition
Staggering 1,125 publishers take part in ADIBF
'Bait Al Oud' graduates to perform musical concert
Emirati authors to be celebrated at ABIDF
Illustrator’s Corner to serve as hub for visual content at ADIBF
Sheikh Zayed Book Award chooses Saudi King as Cultural Personality of year 2014
Opera Gallery presents unique collection of artworks from Middle East
Taste of multi-art: Liverpool Arab Arts Festival returns to city
Lebanese star Haifa's movie censored in Egypt
‘Million’s Poet’ candidates face psychoanalysis
Istanbul beats 'most romantic city': Paris off the hot spot
US artist uncovers desert sculpture in Qatar
Tunisia plans to return stolen Mask of Gorgon to Algeria
Archaeologists unveil rare Roman inscription in Jerusalem
Israeli archaeologists find 2,000-year-old commemorative stone inscription near Damascus Gate entrance to Jerusalem's Old City.
Tunisia’s Jews: between protecting traditions and coexisting
Historic Jewish community holds out on Tunisia’s Dejrba island as some of its members say atmosphere is stifling.
Dr. Jamal S. Al-Suwaidi: Staying abreast of change is imperative
In new interview, Director General of ECSSR says progress of Arab Societies relies on their cultural interaction with the world, noting that he does not advocate Westernization.
Tinghir recalls Jewish past with nostalgia in film
Hachkar’s documentary sheds light Jewish past in Moroccan Berber town when Muslims, Jews co-existed harmoniously.
John McLaughlin plays jazz for Palestinians
Jazz guitar legend gives away proceeds from concert in Ramallah to local NGO, laments Palestinians’ plight under occupation.
“Sheikh Zayed Book Award” announces winners
Soyan wins Contribution to the Development of Nations Award, Mahmoudi wins Literature Award, while Children’s Literature Award goes to Fakhr Eldine.
Morocco’s movie 'Mecca' needs fresh winds to get it moving again
Ouarzazate’s film industry seeks return to glory days o after bearing brunt of world economic crisis, Arab Spring.
Nigerian poet’s 'The Sahara Testaments': story worth $100,000
Prize-winning Ipadeola’s book focuses on Sahara’s rich life, shed light on unsustainable flow of Africans into Europe.
A new record: Longest veil unveiled at Expo Centre Sharjah
designer Hany El Behairy broke the record held by a Lebanese designer’s 3.3 km
Moonlit African migrants image wins top photo award
World Press Photo of Year goes to image of African migrants holding phones up to capture signal on shore of Djibouti city at night.
Syrian dissident artist paints haunting vision of war
and dissident Youssef Abdelke shows that neither individuals nor symbols are
spared from violence in Syria.