Some of El Nafeza''s Achievements In the Art Field: It had started before the formal registration, through its founder, in artistic projects he innovated and founded, including
-Biennale of Imagining the Book, Bibliotheca Alexandrina in 2002 and 2005
-Form through the Light – in cooperation with the Plastic Arts Sector. It is a meeting between artists inspired only by the ''light'', on the occasion of the month of Ramadan. It was held in the Arts Palace in the Opera House in 2005 and 2006.
-In and on Papers, a group exhibition held in 2006 in Ibdaa (Creativity) Gallery in Muhandessin, and in Portray Gallery in Downtown in 2007
-Al Hakibah (The Baggage), an international meeting gathering 20 plastic artists and 20 writers who created and expressed the concept of the baggage, held in April 2007 in the Atelier of Alexandria. It had a printed catalogue combining texts and artistic pictures.
In the Development Field:
-More than 40 youths (young men and women) were trained in the centre on the papermaking arts and various designs of paper products, almost half of them from the deaf and the mute.
-UNICEF (2 workshops for street children) in 2007 & 2008
-Artellewa Institution, a workshop for children living in Ard El Lewa area, in October 2007
-A workshop in the presence of artist Hazem El Mestikawy and Swiss artist Barbara Graf, April 2007
-Islamic Aid Egypt (Centre of Early Interference for Mentally Handicapped Children) January 2008
-Paper arts workshop using three dimensions (3D) technique, artist Dr. Medhat Nasr, May 2007
-Workshop in the presence of artist Kioko Iba, November 2007 by support of the Japanese Institution in Cairo
-El Nafeza in December 2007 had established a papermaking unit making papers from the Nile water lilies in Esna Secondary School for Girls, in Upper Egypt
Fields of Activity of the Center
v The Center organizes workshops, local and international exhibitions of artistic books and books of artists.
v The Center develops a data base and provides artists with useful information. It also handles the organization of books'' exhibitions through the development of an internet web site.