Description or Abstract
Art may have not started during the Egyptian revolution, but from the ancient Egyptian times. Nevertheless, the 25th of January revolution played a major role in putting a stop to suppression of the old corruption regime and allowed the Egyptian citizens to have the freedom of speech and the freedom to express their feelings and imagination creatively. Nowadays, art scene remains in a state of change, experiencing a kind of chaotic freedom as demonstrators return to the heart of Cairo Tahrir Square. A-U-C’s Shaimaa Naiem reports.
January 25th Revolution, Graffiti, Freedom of expression, Art--Political aspects
Journalism & Mass Communication Department
Fathy, Nada Fathy,Hamady, Manal Hamady
Naiem, Shaimaa Mohamed, "Liberty of art" (2012). Audiovisual Projects. 513.