Egypt Independent

Jenna Krajeski
Jenna Krajeski 0 | Articles

An ambitious project unearths memories of Turkey’s Kurdish youth

Remzi, a 26-year-old Kurd from southeast Turkey, has a pretty typical life story for someone like him. A child during...

Jenna Krajeski Jenna Krajeski 7 years ago

'Becoming Istanbul' art exhibit: On the making of Beyoglu

ISTANBUL – Istanbul's SALT Art Institute has, according to a recent interview with Research and Programs Director Vasif Kortun, one...

Jenna Krajeski Jenna Krajeski 8 years ago

Force Majeure: How can we curate democratically?

In 2009 the HaRaKa Dance Research and Development Project, then in its fourth year, began collaborating with international artists on...

Jenna Krajeski Jenna Krajeski 9 years ago

The Popular Show at Townhouse gallery

The Townhouse gallery’s Popular Show — a collection of hundreds of works by Cairo's amateurs and professionals — may have...

Jenna Krajeski Jenna Krajeski 9 years ago

Looking beyond protests, 6 April to form NGO

In front of an enthusiastic crowd of hundreds at Cairo’s Journalists' Syndicate Wednesday night, Ahmed Mahir, the founder of the...

Jenna Krajeski Jenna Krajeski 9 years ago

The found art of voting

Over the past weeks, a lot of Cairo's ordinary objects have been transformed by their participation in the revolution. Street...

Jenna Krajeski Jenna Krajeski 9 years ago

Egypt's Museums XVV: 'Our open-air museum'

Since 25 January, Egypt’s many museums and archaeological sites have been the victims of looting. Yesterday, it was announced that...

Jenna Krajeski Jenna Krajeski 9 years ago

Million Woman March scheduled for Tuesday

Because women were left off the committee to revise the constitution, many worry that their demands will not be heard...

Jenna Krajeski Jenna Krajeski 9 years ago

Women revolutionaries hope for greater say in post-Mubarak Egypt

In the days following the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak, Egyptians have begun to outline the characteristics of their ideal...

Jenna Krajeski Jenna Krajeski 9 years ago

Tahrir media wars: State TV gives ground before Al Jazeera-led rivals

Over the past twelve days, the demonstrations have dominated Egyptian television. But not all coverage has been equal. In fact,...

Jenna Krajeski Jenna Krajeski 9 years ago

Hospital says police shooting to kill

The death toll so far during Cairo's days of protests is much higher than reported in the news, according to...

Jenna Krajeski Jenna Krajeski 9 years ago

Photo Dreams: A young hopeful in the Photo Marathon

Yesterday’s Cairo Photo Marathon seems to have gone off without a (major) hitch, but that doesn’t mean that it came...

Jenna Krajeski Jenna Krajeski 9 years ago

Cairo Photo-Marathon set for Saturday

This Saturday’s Cairo Photo Marathon, a one-day photography experiment sponsored by the Danish Egyptian Dialogue Institute (DEDI) and International Media...

Jenna Krajeski Jenna Krajeski 9 years ago

Brooklyn: Don't forget to visit it

It’s easy for a visitor to New York City to jam their itineraries with many fine things–the Empire State Building,...

Jenna Krajeski Jenna Krajeski 9 years ago