The 6th Iranian International Calligraphy Biennial honored its top calligraphers on Monday in Qazvin with a tribute to Emad al-Kottab, a prominent artist who lived most of his professional life during the 19th century.
The 38th Tehran International Short Film Festival (TISFF) opened on Tuesday to organize its first edition after the Academy Awards has agreed to register the festival as an event whose awards can qualify a film for the Oscars.
A Persian translation of Ndaba Mandela’s “Going to the Mountain: Life Lessons from My Grandfather, Nelson Mandela” has come to Iranian bookstores.
The acclaimed Iranian drama “Sun Children” has won the Award of the City of Chemnitz at the 26th Schlingel International Film Festival for Children and Young Audiences in Germany.
Hassan Ruholamin, an Iranian artist whose paintings mostly revolve around stories from the history of Islam, has portrayed in his new artwork the arrival of Hazrat Masumeh (SA) in Qom.
Iran will be celebrating International Drama Therapy Week during several special programs, which will begin on Tuesday.
Parseh Books in Tehran has recently released a new Persian translation of Hannah Arendt’s “Love and Saint Augustine”.
The Golden Lion International Theater Festival in Ukraine has honored the Iranian troupe Segane.
Munich’s prestigious International Youth Library (Internationale Jugendbibliothek, IJB) has selected five books by Iranian writers for its 35th edition of the White Ravens Catalogue.
The Biennial of Illustrations Bratislava (BIB) in Czech has honored Iranian artists Ghazal Fathollahi and Mohammad Barrangi Fashtami with BIB Plaques.