Opera Gallery presents unique collection of artworks from Middle East
Artists are carefully selected from different countries and cities ranging from Cairo to Tehran, Baghdad to Damascus, and Jerusalem to Istanbul.
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
Famous Lebanese artist arrives in UAE for poetry and music recital
Blood money in Iran directors hands to save a life
Saudi clerics demand Muslims not to watch ‘Islam-inspired’ cartoon
‘Abu Dhabi Oil Story’ released in UAE capital
Dubai Metro: To commute society with a touch of art along the way
UAE Sikka Art Fair: Perfect launch pad for emerging artists
Louvre Abu Dhabi’s collection comes to Musée du Louvre, Paris
'Noah' film banned in some Arab countries
Word spreads among visitors about UAE’s first Geological Park
3,500-year-old statue of pharaoh’s daughter found in Egypt
Egypt’s top Islamic body says ‘Noah’ film should be banned
Cinema role in educating community debated at Sorbonne Abu Dhabi Cine Club
Iraq opens new museum commemorating uprising against Britain
Israel to donate 300 copies of Anne Frank’s diary to Tokyo
Renowned Emirati thinker releases new book: ‘Prospects for the American Age’
Muscat International Book Fair ready to welcome lovers of written word
Britain’s Prince Charles performs ‘Ardah’ sword dance in Saudi
Arab poetry suffers great loss with passing of Lebanese poet Ounsi al-Hajj
Iraq’s landmark leaning minaret in danger of collapse
Sweden guest of honour at 24th Abu Dhabi International Book Fair
Palestinians seek UN heritage status for ancient village
Gaza ‘naked’ treasure poses dilemma for Islamist rulers
3,600-year old Egyptian mummy discovered in sarcophagus
Gaza seeks global help to unravel mystery of Apollo statue
The Forgotten Victim in Syria: Activists call for more surveillance of Syrian art
No smoke without ire: Jordan hookah ban sparks uproar
Artists campaign for Tunisia cartoonist’s release with 100 drawings
Cultural Programs and Heritage Festivals Committee – Abu Dhabi reveals action plan for 2014
Egypt’s shattered hopes becomes New York’s art
Egyptian revolution film wins Oscar nomination for best documentary
Radical West Bank settlers set up sushi business to revamp image
US archaeologists uncover tomb of unknown Egyptian pharaoh
Where dreams come true: Filipina caregiver wins Israel’s X Factor
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.
Mansouri’s success in camel contests began with one camel
Emirati camel owner has won 35 cars since 2010 in many Mazayna camel contests, teaches his children their forefathers’ heritage.
Greece disputes with Turkey over converting Hagia Sophia into a mosque
Deputy PM says two other religious sites in Turkey would be turned into
Arab and international cinema stars flock to Abu Dhabi
Household names will walk red carpet alongside new talents that audience will discover during nine day celebration.
Centuries of Syria's history destroyed in just two years
World concerns for Syria’s heritage as historic sites are destroyed, ancient pieces looted to be sold in Beirut, Amman markets.