TEHRAN –(Iranart)- An exhibition displaying artworks on the traditions and rituals for the Iranian New Year celebration Noruz at Tehran’s Niavaran Cultural Center reopened on Saturday as the Iranian government has eased curbs on regular activities in the new wave of COVID-19.
TEHRAN.(Iranart) – UNESCO Director-General Audrey Azoulay, in her message on the 1,750th anniversary of the University of Gundi-Shapur, said: “UNESCO stands ready to support the Islamic Republic of Iran in its efforts to promote science and technology, create knowledge, and share it.
TEHRAN.(Iranart)-Six Iranian intangible cultural heritages (ICHs) were inscribed on UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage Lists over the past eight years.
TEHRAN –(Iranart)- Several Iranian artists have criticized the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts (MCHTH) for agreeing to share the file on Persian painting with several other countries on a UNESCO list.
Tehran. (HONARONLINE)-A number of manuscripts of Golestan Palace are being digitalized with special scanners, said the director of the UNESCO-registered museum in Tehran.
A virtual exhibition titled, ‘Uraman: Fringing the Skies,’ showcasing photographs taken by 35 photographers on the natural and social characteristics of Uraman district in the western province of Kurdestan is underway.
Tehran. (Iranart)- UNESCO Director-General Audrey Azoulay, in a message to Iran’s Ambassador to UNESCO Ahmad Jalali, wrote, “Mohammadreza Shajarian’s legacy will long live on in our hearts and minds.”
TEHRAN.(Iranart) - Oct. 19 (MNA) – World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) awarded a Medal for Creativity to internationally-acclaimed classical and traditional Persian vocalist, the late Mohammad Reza Shajarian.
TEHRAN.(Iranart) - Sep. 07 (MNA) – Iran is ranked 10th regarding the number of historical monuments and sites registered in the UNESCO world heritage list.
Tehran.(Iranart)-The coronavirus has created special conditions for the fifth Baran auction, which is scheduled to take place in the fall but more deadly than Corona is procrastination and negligence which caused Turkey to pursue the claim of registering Istanbul as the capital of Islamic calligraphy in UNESCO.