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Fellowship Participants - Mohamed Elghawy

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Meet ISPA's 2017 Middle East & Northern Africa Fellowship Program participant Mohamed Elghawy!

Mohamed Elghawy


Founder and Artistic director, AFCA for Arts and Culture

Mohamed Elghawy is the founder and the artistic director of AFCA for Arts and Culture and Hakawy International Arts Festival for Children in Cairo, Egypt. This year he has also taken up the role of programmer for the Stilte International Festival in Breda in Holland. A Chevening Scholar, Mohamed studied cultural leadership with the Clore Leadership Programme in the UK and he studied Arts Management at the DeVos Institute of Arts Management in Washington DC, USA. Mohamed is an alumnus of the European Festivals Association (EFA) and a MENA ‘cultural innovator’ through the British Council.

Born in Egypt, Mohamed’s background is as a theater director. His focus is on theater for children and he is driven to ensure that the art work for the younger audience must be of equal quality as that which is made for adults. His goal is to make high quality performing arts accessible to every child and believes strongly that it is their right to enjoy, discover, participate and live such experiences with their families, schools, NGOs or friends without discrimination for any reason. Mohamed therefore produces shows with professional artists for children and tours them locally, nationally and internationally.

Mohamed also has experience in teaching theater and has worked with many schools and institutions to design and implement their own arts education programs, long-term strategies and monitoring and evaluation systems.

He has participated in many international festivals and conferences and as a consultant has delivered training in theater, arts education and arts management.

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ISPA would like to thank the British Council for their support of this important regional initiative. Learn how you can help support the Fellowship Program.

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