Dec 18

The Essential Image: Talk by Søren Pagter

As part of Cairo Photo Week, DEDI was pleased to invite Søren Pagter, Head of photojournalism education at the Danish School of Media and Journalism (DMJX) for a public talk on Tuesday the 27th of November at DEDI. Documentary photography is a necessity in today's world where commercial and private... read more →
Nov 07
Aug 20

“Dilhekaya” in Denmark!

  Dilhekaya is  an initiative to revive the art of oral folk and fairytale storytelling in a comprehensive and attractive manner enters its second year with 3 performances in the Denmark.  Since its launch it was able to collect, record and perform an artistic bundle of Egyptian and... read more →
Aug 12

DEDI co-organizes Mors Cultural Summit 2018 in Denmark!

Mors Cultural Summit (Kulturmødet) is Denmark’s new center stage for discussing arts and culture. The next edition takes place in Nykøbing Mors, Denmark, from August 23rd- 25th and will feature up to 450 encounters in music, film, literature, visual arts and debates. Our aim is to showcase, in 48 hours, glimpses... read more →
Jul 19
Photo credit goes to Steffen Jorgensen.

Reading Arabic in Aarhus

ArabLit (Arabic Literature and Translation website) reviews the first edition of NorthLit - Nordic Arabic Literature Festival, which was held last June in Aarhus, Denmark. https://arablit.org/2018/07/18/reading-arabic-in-aarhus/ JULY 18, 2018 Last month, some of the most celebrated Arab novelists got together in unlikely Aarhus, Denmark.   By Tugrul Mende The Northlit Nordic... read more →
Jul 16

Migration in the Euro-Med space:Grim Prospect or Plausible Opportunity?

The Danish Egyptian Dialogue Institute (DEDI) cordially with the Swedish Institute in Alexandria and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) organized a four- day Youth Exchange Program which brought 40 participants from 25 European and Arab countries in Alexandria from the 28th of April to the 2nd of May, 2018 to engage... read more →
Jul 01

Children as Cultural Creators – Cairo / Copenhagen

This week, three Egyptian artists; Nada Sabet, Salam Yousry and Ahmed Abdel Naiem will travel to Copenhagen to take part in a one-week research trip, in relation to artistic education for children. Drawing inspiration from the “Children’s Culture Pilots” project in Copenhagen, in which children are given full ownership over... read more →
Jun 10
Jun 10
May 27
May 27

DEDI presents: 2 festivals this summer in Denmark

This June, with the support of DEDI, multidisciplinary Egyptian artists will be performing at two prestigious festivals in Denmark: Award-winning artist Shaymaa Shoukry at CPH STAGE; and Jazz band El Dor El Awal at NorthLit – Nordic Arabic Literature Festival in Aarhus, and Louisiana Museum of Modern Art.... read more →
May 15

Call for Applications: Dialogue Practitioners Summer School

The Danish Egyptian Dialogue Institute (DEDI) would like to invite you to participate in this year’s Dialogue Forum. The forum aims at bringing together 12 young Egyptians and 12 Danes to practically explore and engage in dialogue. This year’s Dialogue Forum, in partnership with the Danish Youth Council (DUF) and... read more →
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