TEHRAN –(Iranart)- Veteran Mirza Mohammad Solgi, whose memories of the 1980-1988 Iran-Iraq war were published in a book named “Water Never Dies”, passed away on Thursday from the chemical injuries he suffered during the war.
TEHRAN –(Iranart)- Iran’s Institute for Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults (IIDCYA) has given discounts on its electronic copies of a number of its publications to help keep children busy with reading during the home quarantine amid the coronavirus pandemic.
TEHRAN –(Iranart)- Iranian director Hossein Nejadmusa has made a documentary that depicts the struggles of a group of Fatemiyoun, an Afghan brigade that fought against Daesh, in the northeastern Iranian town of Golshahr to hold back coronavirus.
TEHRAN –(Iranart)- The third edition of a Persian translation of Danish-Norwegian author Lars Saabye Christensen’s 1985 book “Herman” has recently been released by the Institute for the Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults (IIDCY) in Tehran.
TEHRAN – (Iranart)- Cinema Organization of Iran director Hossein Entezami has warned the theater owners not to dismiss their employees amid the coronavirus pandemic in the country.
Iranart (Tehran) : Director of Rudaki's Arts and Culture Foundation 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. (Iranart) – Iranian children’s writer Sorayya Qezel-Ayaq died on Thursday at a Tehran hospital. She was 77.
TEHRAN. (Iranart) – An e-book version of Italian physicist and novelist Paolo Giordano’s latest book “How Contagion Works: Science, Awareness and Community in Times of Global Crises” has recently been published in Persian.
TEHRAN.(Iranart) – Iran’s Institute for Social and Cultural Studies (ISCS) has recently published a book on the social and cultural implications of the coronavirus pandemic in Iran.
TEHRAN.(Iranart) - Nowruz- observed by many countries along the Silk Roads, including Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Iran, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan- is a ceremony dating back to at least the 6th century BCE, marking the new year and an announcement for spring.