TEHRAN. (HONARONLINE) –Azadi Tower, one of the subdivisions of the Rudaki's Arts and Culture Foundation, in days that Iran is struggling with coronavirus outbreak alongside with other countries in the world, is working as a cultural ambassador in the domestic and foreign arenas.
TEHRAN. (HONARONLINE) – Rudaki's Arts and Culture Foundation director Mahdi Afzali announced the diverse artistic programs and several organizations under the auspices of foundation, such as the Azadi Tower in Tehran to accompany people on the movement of We Stay at Home and defeating coronavirus.
Tehran’s Azadi (Freedom) Tower has witnessed revolution and rallies. This Thursday there was a light installation, The Labyrinth of Time and Azadi Tower, by French composer and multimedia artist Stéphane de Gérando. The video mapping performance was organized in collaboration with the Embassy of France in Tehran.
Gérando was trained as an orchestra director at the Conservatoire National de Région de Paris and is also musical director of icarEnsemble and has recently recorded with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Radio-France. His multimedia works have been staged on numerous sites across the world.
To mark the International Day of Peace, UNESCO Cluster Office in Tehran held a celebration with a unique symphony of light program at Azadi (freedom) Tower, one of the city’s iconic landmarks, for six days September 16-21.