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Mar
1
Fri
Ewart Memorial Hall
08:00 pm
AUC alumna and international mezzo-soprano, Gala El Hadidi with the Cairo Festival Orchestra.   Conducted by John Baboukis, director of AUC's music program, The Department of the Arts.     Featuri
Gala El Hadidi Concert
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Mar
2
Sat
Malak Gabr Arts Theatre
07:30 pm
A performance of La Fille du Régiment will be transmitted live from the Metropolitan Opera in New York City at Malak Gabr Arts Theater, AUC New Cairo on Saturday, March 2 at 7:30 pm. Book your ticket
The Metropolitan Opera La Fille du Régiment
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Mar
4
Mon
The Allam Amphitheatre
04:00 pm
AUC is excited to celebrate and share its uniquely international identity during Centennial International Day. A hallmark of the AUC experience, this year’s International Day is open to the public.
AUC Centennial International Day: 100 Years of Egypt's Global University
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Mar
9
Sat
Future and Legacy Galleries
02:00 pm
Relive one of the most influential events in history at Egypt’s 1919 Revolution Commemoration on AUC’s iconic Tahrir Square campus. Most Egyptian intellectuals regard the 1919 revolution – which
Egypt’s 1919 Revolution Commemoration
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Mar
20
Wed
Future and Legacy Galleries
07:00 pm
Global leadership in a changing world: Dame Minouche Shafik shares reflections from her career spanning global finance, development economics and academia at this year’s Nadia Younes Memorial Lectur
Nadia Younes Memorial Lecture: Dame Minouche Shafik
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Saturday, February 23
"Bint al-Nil" (Daughter of the Nile) by Sherin Guirguis
23 Feb @ All-day | Future and Legacy Galleries
For her first exhibition in Egypt, Los Angeles-based artist Sherin Guirguis shares the untold story of feminist, activist and poet Doria Shafik (1908 - 1975) through various artwork. The exhibition is inspired by the life and work of Shafik, who, in the 1950s, led an army of women and stormed onto the floor of Egypt’s parliament to demand their r
"When Dreams Call for Silence" by Huda Lutfi
23 Feb @ All-day | Margo Veillon Gallery
An exceptional showcase by renowned visual artist and cultural historian Huda Lutfi, where she manages to bridge the gap between the intellectual and the aesthetic in a brilliant manner. Lutfi is a former associate professor of history in AUC’s Department of Arabic Studies. When Dreams Call for Silence marks her first exhibition at AUC in more th
This Is What Has Come to Be أهو ده اللي صار
23 Feb @ All-day | Howard Hall
On the occasion of its centennial, “This is What Has Come to Be أهو ده اللي صار” showcases contemporary design reflections on the 1919 Egyptian revolution.   With a fresh take on history, the selected students’ designs echo their diverse backgrounds and individual perceptions of the events. The art highlights a main feature o
Sunday, February 24
"Bint al-Nil" (Daughter of the Nile) by Sherin Guirguis
24 Feb @ All-day | Future and Legacy Galleries
For her first exhibition in Egypt, Los Angeles-based artist Sherin Guirguis shares the untold story of feminist, activist and poet Doria Shafik (1908 - 1975) through various artwork. The exhibition is inspired by the life and work of Shafik, who, in the 1950s, led an army of women and stormed onto the floor of Egypt’s parliament to demand their r
"When Dreams Call for Silence" by Huda Lutfi
24 Feb @ All-day | Margo Veillon Gallery
An exceptional showcase by renowned visual artist and cultural historian Huda Lutfi, where she manages to bridge the gap between the intellectual and the aesthetic in a brilliant manner. Lutfi is a former associate professor of history in AUC’s Department of Arabic Studies. When Dreams Call for Silence marks her first exhibition at AUC in more th
This Is What Has Come to Be أهو ده اللي صار
24 Feb @ All-day | Howard Hall
On the occasion of its centennial, “This is What Has Come to Be أهو ده اللي صار” showcases contemporary design reflections on the 1919 Egyptian revolution.   With a fresh take on history, the selected students’ designs echo their diverse backgrounds and individual perceptions of the events. The art highlights a main feature o
Monday, February 25
"Bint al-Nil" (Daughter of the Nile) by Sherin Guirguis
25 Feb @ All-day | Future and Legacy Galleries
For her first exhibition in Egypt, Los Angeles-based artist Sherin Guirguis shares the untold story of feminist, activist and poet Doria Shafik (1908 - 1975) through various artwork. The exhibition is inspired by the life and work of Shafik, who, in the 1950s, led an army of women and stormed onto the floor of Egypt’s parliament to demand their r
"When Dreams Call for Silence" by Huda Lutfi
25 Feb @ All-day | Margo Veillon Gallery
An exceptional showcase by renowned visual artist and cultural historian Huda Lutfi, where she manages to bridge the gap between the intellectual and the aesthetic in a brilliant manner. Lutfi is a former associate professor of history in AUC’s Department of Arabic Studies. When Dreams Call for Silence marks her first exhibition at AUC in more th
This Is What Has Come to Be أهو ده اللي صار
25 Feb @ All-day | Howard Hall
On the occasion of its centennial, “This is What Has Come to Be أهو ده اللي صار” showcases contemporary design reflections on the 1919 Egyptian revolution.   With a fresh take on history, the selected students’ designs echo their diverse backgrounds and individual perceptions of the events. The art highlights a main feature o
Tuesday, February 26
"Bint al-Nil" (Daughter of the Nile) by Sherin Guirguis
26 Feb @ All-day | Future and Legacy Galleries
For her first exhibition in Egypt, Los Angeles-based artist Sherin Guirguis shares the untold story of feminist, activist and poet Doria Shafik (1908 - 1975) through various artwork. The exhibition is inspired by the life and work of Shafik, who, in the 1950s, led an army of women and stormed onto the floor of Egypt’s parliament to demand their r
"When Dreams Call for Silence" by Huda Lutfi
26 Feb @ All-day | Margo Veillon Gallery
An exceptional showcase by renowned visual artist and cultural historian Huda Lutfi, where she manages to bridge the gap between the intellectual and the aesthetic in a brilliant manner. Lutfi is a former associate professor of history in AUC’s Department of Arabic Studies. When Dreams Call for Silence marks her first exhibition at AUC in more th
This Is What Has Come to Be أهو ده اللي صار
26 Feb @ All-day | Howard Hall
On the occasion of its centennial, “This is What Has Come to Be أهو ده اللي صار” showcases contemporary design reflections on the 1919 Egyptian revolution.   With a fresh take on history, the selected students’ designs echo their diverse backgrounds and individual perceptions of the events. The art highlights a main feature o
Wednesday, February 27
"Bint al-Nil" (Daughter of the Nile) by Sherin Guirguis
27 Feb @ All-day | Future and Legacy Galleries
For her first exhibition in Egypt, Los Angeles-based artist Sherin Guirguis shares the untold story of feminist, activist and poet Doria Shafik (1908 - 1975) through various artwork. The exhibition is inspired by the life and work of Shafik, who, in the 1950s, led an army of women and stormed onto the floor of Egypt’s parliament to demand their r
"When Dreams Call for Silence" by Huda Lutfi
27 Feb @ All-day | Margo Veillon Gallery
An exceptional showcase by renowned visual artist and cultural historian Huda Lutfi, where she manages to bridge the gap between the intellectual and the aesthetic in a brilliant manner. Lutfi is a former associate professor of history in AUC’s Department of Arabic Studies. When Dreams Call for Silence marks her first exhibition at AUC in more th
This Is What Has Come to Be أهو ده اللي صار
27 Feb @ All-day | Howard Hall
On the occasion of its centennial, “This is What Has Come to Be أهو ده اللي صار” showcases contemporary design reflections on the 1919 Egyptian revolution.   With a fresh take on history, the selected students’ designs echo their diverse backgrounds and individual perceptions of the events. The art highlights a main feature o
Thursday, February 28
"Bint al-Nil" (Daughter of the Nile) by Sherin Guirguis
28 Feb @ All-day | Future and Legacy Galleries
For her first exhibition in Egypt, Los Angeles-based artist Sherin Guirguis shares the untold story of feminist, activist and poet Doria Shafik (1908 - 1975) through various artwork. The exhibition is inspired by the life and work of Shafik, who, in the 1950s, led an army of women and stormed onto the floor of Egypt’s parliament to demand their r
"When Dreams Call for Silence" by Huda Lutfi
28 Feb @ All-day | Margo Veillon Gallery
An exceptional showcase by renowned visual artist and cultural historian Huda Lutfi, where she manages to bridge the gap between the intellectual and the aesthetic in a brilliant manner. Lutfi is a former associate professor of history in AUC’s Department of Arabic Studies. When Dreams Call for Silence marks her first exhibition at AUC in more th
This Is What Has Come to Be أهو ده اللي صار
28 Feb @ All-day | Howard Hall
On the occasion of its centennial, “This is What Has Come to Be أهو ده اللي صار” showcases contemporary design reflections on the 1919 Egyptian revolution.   With a fresh take on history, the selected students’ designs echo their diverse backgrounds and individual perceptions of the events. The art highlights a main feature o
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