This is to announce my next course, taking place in Cairo on the 28th of December 2015:
Course Title: Mediterranean Cultural Heritage
Course Language: Arabic (slides in English)
Venue & Date: 33 A Meqias al-Roda Street, 4th floor apt. 9. – Monday, 28 December 2015
Duration: 3 hours (7:30pm – 10:30pm)
From ancestral knowledge, prehistoric rock art and Bronze Age temples to classical Greek drama and Roman architectural wonders; from medieval epic poems and elaborate crafts to fantastic underwater worlds, this course is exceptional both in content and in scope, as it offers a fairly comprehensive mosaic of the Mediterranean cultural heritage with all its diversity and richness.
It is a journey across our civilizing sea, as we sail in the footsteps of Ulysses, through the verses of Ovid, the music of Ziryab, the paintbrush of Jacques-Louis David, the ceramics of Picasso, and indulge in the pleasures of the UNESCO-listed Mediterranean Diet. In short: tangible and intangible heritage of the Mediterranean region as you never experienced it before
Who should attend?
Anyone with a passion for/an interest in the Mediterranean, its history, its culture and its people. No academic/professional background whatsoever is required.
Mohammed Elrazzaz holds an MA in Arts & Cultural Management from the Universitat Internacional de Catalunya (Barcelona, Spain). He is Professor of Tools for Cultural Management (since 2010) and Mediterranean Heritage (since 2015) at the same university. He participated as speaker in several international cultural conferences in Spain, Italy, Denmark and Egypt.
EGP 300 / person.
The fee includes handouts (reading material and briefs) and access to the PowerPoint presentation (in pdf format).
Voice and video recording not permitted.
Deadline for Reservation/Cancellation:
7 December 2015 (or as soon as the course is fully booked)
Please contact me for any further enquiries and for reservations: