Young Creative Women

Feature: Young Creative Women Three faces of women’s creativity in Lebanon
In the Country of the Cedars artistic creation has witnessed a significant development in the past ten years. And Women are in the lead in this field and reveal an undeniable talent enhanced by a Lebanese peculiarity: that intrinsic mix of East and West.
Feature: Young Creative Women

  Young Moroccan artists: Militants of meaning

More and more young Moroccan women are asserting their talents in the artistic field. Although song and music are traditionally the domains that represent them and from which they draw their models, today they also invest on other modes of expression.

Feature: Young Creative Women

  Egyptian Creative Young Women

 The cultural scene in Egypt has also been witnessing a lot of change as more and more young writers and artists emerge with their own literary and artistic styles that are increasingly playful, interactive and expressive. Salma Salah, Malak Helmy and Yasmine Adel are only three examples of this 20 year old generation.

   

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