In this article, we take a look at the activities that took place last week in different art fields such as theater, architecture, cinema, culture and literature, visual arts, fashion, and music.
-The 2022 Iran Cinema Festival (Festival Cinemas d’Iran) has unveiled its lineup.
-Owj Arts and Media Organization plans to produce 10 cinematic projects for the 41st Fajr Film Festival.
-Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB) has made a sequel to the popular TV series “A Tale of a City”, whose first and second instalments were directed by Asghar Farhadi over twenty years ago.
-The Iranian film “Lipar” directed by Hossein Rigi has been screened at the 7th KINOLUB International Film Festival in Poland.
-The first meeting of the health-oriented section of the 11th Fajr Fashion and Clothing Festival was held at the Public Culture Council.
-An exhibition of handicrafts by women householders and the disabled ladies entitled "Hamnamak" has been held at the same time as the birth of Imam Reza (AS) in the gallery "Hamnamak".
-Works by four Iranians are on display at the La Gacilly Photo Festival, a vast international outdoor exhibition, which is organized every year in the northwestern French city.
-Iraqi Minister of Culture, Tourism and Antiquities Hassan Nazem at the head of a delegation visited the National Museum of Iran on Sunday.
- Four sculptural pieces of varying sizes and a sound installation by Iranian artist Ali Mirazimi are on view in an exhibition at the Liste Art Fair in Basel, Switzerland.
-Last week, Tehran galleries hosted 24 new exhibitions in various fields of visual arts.
-A musical adaptation of the French fairy tale “Beauty and the Beast” is underway at Tehran’s Vahdat Hall.
-The comedy show Agha Zabih written by Mehdi Maleki and directed by Fahimeh Aliabadi came on stage at Aban Art House.
-Five plays was selected for out of competition section at the 27th Hamedan International Children and Youth Theater Festival.
-The comedy-musical show Romeo and Juliet came on stage since June 7th.
-"Naghmeh Baran" National Orchestra went on stage, led by Mohammadreza Safavi, at Vahdat Hall.
-The concert of Lavach percussion group under the direction of Haidar Kaki with the support of the Dalahoo Tanbur House Cultural and Artistic Institute was performed on June 17 at Rudaki Hall.
Culture and Literature
-Iran’s Sadi Foundation has honored Georgian Iranologist Lili Zorzoliani with a Shahriar Medal.
-Persian translation of award-winning British author and illustrator Emily Haworth-Booth’s 2020 book “The Last Tree” has come to Iranian bookstores. Fatemi is the publisher of the book translated into Persian by Akram Hassanpur.
-Seyyed Mahmoud Doaei, Managing director of the Etela’at newspaper, memorial ceremony held on Tuesday at Vahdat Hall.
-American mathematician Margaret Cheney’s 1981 book “Tesla: Man Out of Time” has been published in Persian. Masud Moradi is the translator of the book published by Moein.
-The scientific quarterly "Iranian Architectural Studies" No. 20, especially for the fall and winter of 1400, was published in two volumes.
-The first conference "Interior Architecture: Horizon 1410" was held on Wednesday, June 16 in the presence of a group of activists in the field of new architecture at the University of Tehran.
- The call for papers on the 8th Annual International Congress of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Urban Development was published.
By Dorsa Bakhshandegi