Culture and Arts in Sudan

Symbiosis is a Genuine and Deep-Rooted Practice in the Sudanese Life

September 27th, 2017

This paper addresses different religious and social patterns of symbiosis that are practiced in the Sudanese society. The life of the Sudanese society is remarkably affected by the culture of the Muslim majority, although there are also some followers of other divine religions, such as...

The Role of School Theatre in the Theatrical Movement in Sudan

October 9th, 2017

Theatre and education, Theatrical activity in Sudan,School theatre in the map of theatre in Sudan, School theatre and the emergence and the development of the theatrical movement. Education in theatre, Epilogue, Results and recommendations. References and resources Supplements Prologue: Theatre and...

Makeup in the Nubian Civilization (Tools, colors and materials)

October 16th, 2017

The usage of the word “makeup” is a new usage, but intended meaning is the ability to use colors, dyestuff and the oils to change and ornament the character of the Nubian person, whether a woman, a man, old or young.

History of the logo in Sudan

April 11th, 2018

The logo is a basic sign which makes known the institutional entity whatever its type. It is the main symbol among other symbols which is tied with the corporation in the minds of those who deal with it.

Marriage Ceremonies of Dongolese Nubians in North Sudan,Continuation and Change

April 15th, 2018

The Study has stressed on the continuing rites and values such as the keenness on the family solidarity and the tight relations between relatives, tribe members and neighbors. The sharing and exchange of donations in this event indicate an apparent commitment toward the others and supports the...

Performance and Artistic Dimensions of Remembrance in the Sudan Sheikh Hamad al-Nil's...

April 15th, 2018

The sun of Sufism rose in the era of the Funj Kingdom in the Sudan. The pioneers of sufists started their activity and advancement until they reached the Sudan. They found a viable environment in a Muslim society, which has not yet rid itself of ancient traditions, beliefs and rites.

Death Ceremonies

April 15th, 2018

This Paper includes detailed description of the whole ceremonies practiced by the Donglese Nubian society in North Sudan linked with the death of one of its individuals.

Sudan's Musical Culture

April 16th, 2018

This article is about musical culture and its social factors and musical instruments in Sudan. It discusses the major elements that have the biggest impact on such notions; the African component and the Arab – Islamic component.

Performance of Folkloric Art in the Sudan Example of Zar

April 17th, 2018

Zar is considered a communal ritualistic cult and is one of the popular practices that unearths the psychological characteristics of members of the society and reveals their capability to maintain equilibrium between themselves and the surrounding realities of life which are concealed within the...

Written Sources of Sudanese Beliefs

April 17th, 2018

This article is about the written sources of Sudanese beliefs as it has been classified by folklore scholars. It explores the written sources of beliefs in Saints, their legends and the mediation between earth and heaven that most Africans believe into. It also discusses the belief in Zar cult,...

Cultural Industries

April 17th, 2018

The economical problems are one of the biggest challenges that disturbs development plans of all nations and causes many social conflicts that sometimes lead to national wars due to lack of resources.

Singing in Sudanese local Dialect

April 18th, 2018

Sudan has a gross surface area of about one and half million square kilometers. As such it is the third largest country in Africa after Algeria and the Democratic republic of Congo and the third largest Arab country following Algeria and Saudi Arabia. It ranks the world's sixteenth in terms of size

The Palm Leaves Sheets and Carpets in the North Sudan Culture

April 25th, 2018

The essay is based on the field data collected in Merawi area in north Sudan and traced the production stages of the white and red palm leaves sheets and carpets.