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The lowdown on D-CAF’s upcoming 5th edition
You’re likely to find more than one event you’d like to attend this year.
Controversial tunes: D-CAF’s music, 100Copies and mahraganat
Maha ElNabawi | This year’s edition left both audiences and artists frustrated over the curation and management of
Public art in private spaces: D-CAF’s Urban Visions
Rowan El Shimi | The fourth run of the Downtown Contemporary Arts Festival (D-CAF) kicked off last Thursday. For three
A beginner’s guide to downtown’s alternative art scene
Rowan El Shimi | Downtown Cairo has long had a strong relationship with the arts. It boasts the capital’s largest cluster
The banalities of The Last Supper
Seif Abdel Salaam | The Last Supper hits home with its shrewd and darkly comedic take on all that is wrong with Egyptian
Urban Visions: Two dances don’t quite fulfill D-CAF’s ambitions
For two unusual afternoons last week, downtown Cairo dwellers were surprised by a series of street performances,
2B Continued returns with promising new theater and dance
Maha ElNabawi | The lab almost becomes a theater company in itself, often providing opportunities for various practitioners.