Arabesque is a student activity founded in 2011 that aims to help students increase their awareness, discover their talents and accept others. Also motivates them to play a vital role in developing their society using all their positive potentials.

Mission

Provide all participants with knowledge about politics, culture, and community service and discover their talents in all fields.

Vision

Guiding our generation to be aware of their rights and duties in order to revive the loyalty to share in building our new Egypt.

Orchestra

Be a voice, not an echo!

League

One light lights another

Inspire

If you see a need, take the lead

2011

The Year of Our Start

  • ABR, the First Project of Arabesque: Its aim was to know what students want from his/her life and what they dream for their country after the revolution
  • Awareness Sessions: It consisted of 2 sessions given by professional trainers; The 1st one was about Regulation student was given by the manager of AFTE Center. Mr. Emad Mubarak and his assistant Dr. Kholoud Saber. he 2nd one was Civil state was given by Mr. Amir Salem The aim of this session is to know the meaning of civil state.
  • 2011 Closing: In 2011 we wanted to make a different closing for our 1st year so we made the Talent Show.It was the first time in the history of faculty of engineering ASU to hold a day for talents. Its aim was to encourage talented students to present and improve their talents.

2012

Year to Make it a Solid Organization

  • Arabesque league was the first of its kind to take place in faculty of engineering Ain Shams University. Target of league is to provide students with political, psychology awareness and human rights and to improve their ability to accept and develop themselves. League of this year contained 2 modules: politics and human rights, and Psychology.
  • 2012 Closing: By the end of the academic year 2012 came what we considered the real start of Arabesque as a solid organization which was the first Arabesque Closing and it was held at Safir Hotel on the 11thof July 2012. It was considered the real success due to the attendance of around 200people which include about 20 VIPs among which was Public Figures such as the former Minister of Culture Dr. Emad Abo-Ghazi and the former Member of Parliament Dr. Amr El-Shobaky,

2013

Year to Continue Our Vision

  • Arabesque Orchestra: Its aim was to improve students’ talents a d learn more about it. This project consisted of 9 workshops: Choir, Caricature, Marionette, Photography, Origami, Drawing, Comics, Writing (Free and Script).
  • Arabesque Performance: After finishing the workshops at the beginning of the second semester each workshop performed what they have learned in front of 700 audience of VIPs, media coverage and students at Palestine hall at our faculty.

2014

A Year to Remember

  • Arabesque Orchestra: Workshops: Choir by Belal El Sheikh, Marionette by Ismail El Mogy, Graffitti by Ahmed Naguib, Writing by Samar Ali, Photography by Ramy EL Alfy / Hassan Amin, Sculpture by Mina Ashraf, Film making by Mahmoud Zika, Caricature by Sahar Eissa, Theatre by Nehal Elramly. Participants: 200. Performance Audience: 1500.
  • Arabesque League: Not only to take sessions given by professional instructors but also to apply this data practically. The sessions were different and dynamic by different ways, The participants shared their experience and knowledge to the other participants. It consisted of five tracks: Politics, Economy, History, Sociology, and Philosophy

Our Gallery

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words.

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2015

Arabesque Performance

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2016

Arabesque Performance

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2015

Arabesque Conference

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2012

First General Meeting

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2014

Arabesque League

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2016

Arabesque Performance

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Achieves awareness through art, this happens through workships which aim to enhance students' talents and helps them improve their artistic sense and skills.

Aims to increase culture awareness among youth by seminars and group discussions in a tolerant enviroment that respects diversity and difference in opinions.

Inspires students to make a difference in their community, through seminars and talks provided by the most successful youth.