of Painting, Faculty of Art Education, Helwan University, Cairo (till1981).
of Painting, American University, Cairo (1980-1981).
Fine Arts, (5year Studies) High Institute of Art Education for Women.
Cairo 1948 and Diploma Art Education.
Cairo 1949 Post-graduate Study of
painting with Marcel Gromaire.
Paris 1951; Rome, Italy 1952; Slade College.
London University, U.K 1954/55.
Prize of Rome 1952.
Prize, Venezia Biennale 1956.
for Creative Painting, Cairo 1957.
(lithography) Alexandria Biennale 1959.
(Painting) Alexandria Biennale 1963.
Prize, Salon du Caire1960.
great Prize of International Contemporary Art,
and Order of Sciences and Arts of First Degree, 1970.
Prize of Cairo Opera for Quadruple Tapestry
Prize of Roma Fellowship for Postgraduate studies in Italy 1952.
British Council Fellowship for Postgraduate studies, Slade College, University of London 1954/55.
State Fellowships for Creative artists, 1962-66, 1969-71.
Huntington Hartford’s Foundation, Los Angeles, U.S.A, 1965.
Deutscher Akadermischer Austauchidient, (DAAD) Berlin 1975.
Senior Fellowship and National Museum for Women in the Arts, Washington D.C., U.S.A. March-July1993.
One-Man-Show, 1993-2002, in Egypt, Arab
Countries, Europe & North America.
Group & International Exhibitions since 1950 in Egypt & Abroad.
London Group, New Burlington Galleries, 1954.
Egyptian Contemporary Art, Musee Galeria, Paris, 1971.
Egypt Today, Washington D.C., Houston, Los Angeles. U.S.A., 1981.
Egyptian Contemporary Art, Institut du Monde Arabe,
Biennale Venezia, 1952, 56, 58, 84.
Biennale Sao Paolo, 1953, 63.
Biennale Alexandria, 1959,61,63 & Guest of Honor to Cairo 7th International Biennale, 1998.
Also representing Egypt in the “ Right to Hope” Exhibition- on Occasion of the 50th Anniversary
of UN & UNESCO – circulating in Johannesburg, Nairobi, Cairo, Amman & other Capitals, 1955/1996.
“Short Century” Exhibition of Contemporary African Art
Contemporary Art Museums in Munich, Berlin Chicago, New York 2001/2002.
Modern Art Museums, Cairo and Evansville ( Indiana , U.S.A.).
National Museum for Women in the Arts, Washington D.C. (U.S.A.)
Institut du Monde Arabe, Paris, France.
Musee D’Art, Tunis.
Non-Alignment Countries Museum, Titograd (Yugoslavia)
Arts Colleges, Alexandria, Cairo & Menya.
The National Bank, Al Ahram Newspaper, American University,
Opera House, Great Conference Hall, Great Cairo Library, Mubarak Giza Library, Novotel
Cairo Airport Hotel, New Sheraton Giza Hotel, Sheraton Aton Hotel, Nubia….
& Private Collections in Egypt, Arab Countries, Europe, Asia, Africa,
U.S.A. and Canada, Including Mme Francine Henrich Collection, Vernon, France
and Gazbia Sirry Museum, Al- Shona Art Centre , Agamy , Alexandria, Egypt.
High Council for Culture, Cairo, New Building for Journalists Syndicate, Cairo.
London group. 1954/55 Egyptian Syndicates
for Plastic Artists.
Societe Des Amis d’Art.
Egyptian Society for Graphic Artists.
Association of Cairo Atelier for Writers and Artists.
International Association of Art Critics (AICA).
Aime Azar: La peinture Moderne en Egypte, Cairo 1961.
Naim Attia: The Loving eye, Cairo 1976.
Encyclopedie de la Peinture, Editions Robert, Paris
Petit Larousse la Peinture, Paris 1979.
Dictionary of International Biography, Vol XVII, Cambridge U.K1981.
Who Is Who for Women, U.K,Cambridge U.K1982
Gazbia Sirry: a book published by the General Organization
for Information, Cairo 1989.
Who Is Who in the Arab world, U.K
Liliane Karnouk: Contemporary Egyptian Art, American University in Cairo Press 1995.
Mokhtar Al Attar: Pioneers of Art and Frontiers of
Enlightenment .Several articles in Egyptian and Foreign Newspapers &
Gazbia Sirry : Lust for Color , The American University
Press in Cairo , 230pp.,1998, 130 Color plates.Articles
by eminent critics from Egypt & abroad.
Documentary Films :
National Center for Documentary Films Ministry of
Artistic life of Gazbia Sirry : Several Programs by Egyptian
and Arab TV since 1982.
Internet, Many Sites Library of Congress, Washington D.C., U.S.A.