Art and Cultural Identity (Visual Arts and Egyptian Cultural Identity after the Revolution of 2011)

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Reem Lotfy Mahmoud Saad

Pharos University - Faculty of Arts & Design

Date Written: October 18, 2017

Abstract

This paper analyzes aspects of Egyptian history, including unique qualities that influenced the Egyptian culture and gave it its identity that has developed throughout the years until today. It will also discuss Egyptian visual arts and its critical role throughout history, including how arts have appeared and developed over Egypt’s lifetime and influenced the Egyptian citizen. Furthermore, this research sheds light on the effects of every political change that took place in Egypt, and how that could be a mirror of the Egyptian civilization, its development and its decline while considering the role of visual arts throughout and after the revolution of 2011. Analyzing Egyptian culture, education, technology, internet and multimedia after the revolution can be imperative to understand the cultural identity and the role of visual arts in Egypt. Thus the mutual relationship between arts and the Egyptian cultural identity will be questioned, along with the way that they impact each other, and finally, how both of them could play a key role in developing Egypt after the 25th of January, 2011 revolution.

Keywords: The Egyptian cultural identity, The revolution of 2011, visual arts, technology, multimedia, Education

Suggested Citation

Lotfy Mahmoud Saad, Reem, Art and Cultural Identity (Visual Arts and Egyptian Cultural Identity after the Revolution of 2011) (October 18, 2017). ARChive, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2017, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3054994

Reem Lotfy Mahmoud Saad (Contact Author)

Pharos University - Faculty of Arts & Design ( email )

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