How the Romantic poet lives on: scientists from the Institute for Digital Archaeology have 'virtually recreated him' thanks to Computer Generated Imagery.
Family business Rechapados Ferrer has been inundated with orders since The Queen's Gambit was aired on Netflix.
From Ruth Bader Ginsburg to Sean Connery, Euronews recalls some influential figures lost in 2020 and the legacies they left behind.
We take a look at the ways Japan is getting its traditional theatre performances known as Kabuki out to audiences during the pandemic. Then we go for a stroll to an open-air art festival specially adapted to COVID times.
In an ambitious plan involving hundreds of international scholars, the Republic of Uzbekistan is scouring the world for literary artifacts from the nation’s history.
Thousands protested in Paris after the government backtracked on reopening theatres and cultural venues.
Vibrant, diverse, and plentiful are a few words that describe the UAE’s culture and art scene, which also serves as a hub for regional creatives stemming from the Middle East and North Africa to share their work, before the pandemic.
Kalamesque is a group made up of Jordanian musicians, and they’re adapting Western pop music into classical Arabic songs.
As England's second lockdown comes to an end, cultural venues such as the National Gallery have reopened their doors to the public.
The lot of political cartoonists in the Middle East & North Africa region is not an easy one.