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A painter from the quake-hit city of Sarpol-e Zahab in Western Iran has lost everything he had in the recent quake, but is still hopeful about the future, and tries to raise the morale of his compatriots.
The 36th edition of Fajr International Theatre Festival, the most important theatre event in Iran, is underway in Tehran in various fields, including street performances.
The Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels, plans to commemorate the late legendary Iranian filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami by screening a number of his movies.
A group of European theatre festival organizer who recently visited Iran have praised the Iranian theatre audiences saying these people are ‘wonderful’ in terms of their enthusiasm and reactions to what they see on the stage.
On the third day of the thirty-third International Fajr Music Festival, a band from China has given a joint performance with Iranian musicians and dedicated one of the songs to the Iranian sailors who are feared dead in a ship collision in Eastern China.
Berlin and Rome are in talks with Tehran to open exhibitions putting on show items on loan from Tehran’s Museum of Contemporary Arts.
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