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A Taste of Summer 2022; Selected Cultural Posts

Above, and title photo, exhibits on display at Khartoum’s Ethnographic Museum.

See more in Ethnographic Museum Khartoum.

Get a feel of a Khartoum summer with these photographic tributes to Sudan’s capital; Khartoum in May, Khartoum Collage 1/2 and Khartoum Collage 2

Khartoum’s Ethnographic Museum is home to a stunning collection of ethnic and domestic artifacts from all corners of Sudan. Take a virtual tour with Ethnographic Museum Khartoum. K.Eltinaé is a lecturer, linguist, poet and journalist now based in Granada, Spain. His work captures with beautiful economy and many textured evocations the complexity of third culture life. Read more in Light Distilled

Below, the second edition of K.Eltinaé’s The Moral Judgement of Butterflies was published this summer.

The Downtown Gallery in central Khartoum curates a stunning collection of art by contemporary young Sudanese artists. Visit the gallery in Going Downtown

The young artist and designer who signs her work just “Reem” pays tribute to Sudanese domestic life in Icons of the Sudanese Home.

Dr.Nahla Gafer, oncologist and pioneer in palliative care in Sudan, is working a quiet and wonderful health revolution. Read about her vitally important and moving work in A Quiet Revolution and Solace.

Earlier this summer, we sadly lost George Pagoulatos of The Acropole Hotel. George offered great kindness and care to countless guests at the hotel. His passing signals in many ways the end of an era.

Read about George and the iconic Acropole Hotel in The Khartoum Acropole.

Catch up on more cultural posts in:

Cultural Posts Spring 2022 and Selected Cultural Posts.

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