April 5, 2013
WAMU Metro Connection Show - 88.5 FM, By Kara Nichols
Four artists explore how faith, spirituality and heritage play a role in
artistic expression from more literal interruptions of religious
imagery to more symbolic expressions of trust and belief.
December 30, 2007
Mona El-Bayoumi Included in this Comprehensive List of Arab American Artists.
Published December 30, 2007, p. 105-108
Washington Report on Middle East Affairs
Written by Fayeq S. Eweis
Arabic-Language Article in Egyptian Magazine (Sabah El-Kheir)
Mona El-Bayoumi Art featured on the cover of the Novel Tropical Fish, Stories Out of Entebbe by Ugandan Author Doreen Baingana
January 1, 2005
Tropical Fish was published on January 1, 2005 and written by Doreen Baingana. Tropical Fish is a collection of linked short stories that explore the coming of age of three African sisters. Introspective and personal, the stories reveal the unexpected ambiguities of the young women's lives. The setting is the lush beauty of Uganda and the background is the aftermath of Idi Amin's dictatorship. But even in such trying circumstances, the stories show that people everywhere face the same basic human struggle to understand themselves, the world, and their place in it.
Arabic-Language Article in another Egyptian Magazine
Author: Mona A. El-Bayoumi
This is a children's self-guided tour book of the Cairo museum in Cairo, Egypt. It transports children who read the book thousands of years back. It guides the children through the great Ancient Egyptian civilization that dates back over six thousand years. Mona researched and photographed museum contents in the Cairo museum back in 1998 and produced this helpful children's self-guided book. Enjoy.