The 17th edition of Tehran International Puppet Theatre Festival known as “Mobarak” was opened on Wednesday, August 22, in Tehran's Water and Fire Park.
The brilliant performance given by a 5-year-old kid named Parsa Bajlavand has stunned the reputable members of the jury in a national music festival in Iran.
An exhibition of works by renowned Iranian woman artist Monir Farmanfarmaian called “Sunset, Sunrise” is currently underway at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, IMMA.
Iran’s Lefthanders Association recently marked the International Left-Handers Day by holding a special ceremony in the capital city of Tehran.
Stephane de Gerando, a French composer and multimedia artist who recently visited Iran for the very first time to put on a video-mapping performance, said he is impressed by the beauties of Iran and the nation’s hospitality.
The Furniture Museum of Iran reveals the long history of the industry in the country, and opens a window for the visitors to thousands of years of art and industry in the Iranian territories.
The National Museum of Graphic Arts is a treasure in the northeast of the Iranian capital of Tehran which many people often overlook.
The Golestan Palace, a famous world heritage site in Tehran, is home to a series of beautiful tile artworks, whose history in Iran goes back to prehistoric times.
Tehran’s Seyhoun Art Gallery recently hosted an exhibition of paintings by Iranian artist Saeed Khazaei which were focused on Ferdowsi’s epic story The Seven Labours of Rostam.
A doll exhibition is being held in the iconic Azadi Tower, showcasing a large collection of traditional and old dolls gathered from across Iran for the first time.