You are cordially
ٍSalon Masr El Mahrousa:
an open discussion on:
The Egyptian Identity in Visual Arts
Analysis and presentation of artistic works revealing:
How has the Egyptian art shown the Egyptian identity throughout the years (since the year 1800)? What has changed in the visual art as a result of the change in the perception of the Egyptian identity?
Dr. Yasser Mongy
About Dr. Yasser Mongy :
Dr. Yasser Mongy is an Assistant Lecturer in the Graphic Department, Faculty of Fine Arts, Cairo, Egypt. His Ph.D. thesis was titled: “The Graphical Treatment of Satan Idea & The Mysterious Evil Power Symbols “. He received many awards such as: The Grand Prize in The 10th Salon of Youth 1998, The Salon Prize (Painting) 1999, the 15th Salon First Prize (Critical Research), the 16th Salon First Prize (Critical Research), Sawy Cultural Wheel's Prize of Short Stories 2005, the First Prize of Helwan University Tournaments of Graphic Works for the years 1994 , 1995 , and 1996. From his editions, "The Mysterious Powers of Human Body", "The Secrets of Serpent's Power", and "The Secrets of Physiognomy".
For more information about Dr. Yasser Mongy and some of his works, please check this website:
Monday May 22, 2006 at
Nahdet El Mahrousa NGO headquarters
18 Mahmoud Bassiouni St., 2nd floor, Appt. 8,
Tahrir Square, Downtown, Cairo
For further information or questions, please directly contact Salon Masr El-Mahrousa coordinator:
Samaa Hazem: email@example.com
For full information about us, our past Salon materials, and coming Salons
please check our website: www.salonmasr.org
Note: The session will be conducted in Arabic.
For English translation to be arranged, please contact the coordinator at least 4 days before the session