It also seeks to provide artistic programs aimed at raising public taste and encouraging young artists to put their ideas and training amateurs in the fields of theater, cinema and music. In 1999, the architect Fayez Saad Atallah (founder of the Jesuit Cultural Center) and architect Tariq Abul Fotouh (Founder of the Arab Youth Theater Fund) met to develop a general concept of the cultural policy that can be implemented in the garage, taking into account the context of the place and its audience.
Needs and Possibilities. On this basis, an engineering vision was developed to serve that concept.
Thus, the relationship between the cultural artistic choice and the engineering structure of this space arose.But how?The initial agreement was that the “garage” was a wide-open space for the reception of different types of arts, which in turn introduced new, unconventional forms.And thus, a renewed relationship with the public was created, calling for positive follow-up rather than negative reception.