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Number Seven Thousand Four Hundred and Thirty Nine - 20 November 2023
Iran Daily - Number Seven Thousand Four Hundred and Thirty Nine - 20 November 2023 - Page 8

News in Brief

Isfahan to host Turkmenistan Cultural Week

IRNA – The Turkmenistan Cultural Week is scheduled to take place in the city of Isfahan, Iran, from November 23 to 26.
The event will feature the participation of 40 artists and the Minister of Culture from Turkmenistan.
During the week-long event, Turkmen artists will showcase their works in visual arts, music, handicrafts, film, and cinema.
Cultural weeks serve as key events in cultural and public diplomacy, organized based on cultural agreements between two countries.
The event will be hosted by the Islamic Culture and Relations Organization (ICRO), serving as the cultural diplomacy coordinator of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
The Turkmenistan Cultural Week will kick off on November 23 at Isfahan’s Arts Hall, with the opening ceremony attended by the Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance, the governor of Isfahan, and the Minister of Culture of Turkmenistan.
Throughout the week, alongside traditional Turkmen music performances, there will be exhibitions of handicrafts, artistic and visual works, traditional costumes, Turkmenistan Film Week, and a photo exhibition.
As part of this cultural event, a literary session honoring Magtymguly Pyragy, a shared figure between the two countries, will be held at the University of Isfahan, with the participation of poets and writers from Iran and Turkmenistan.
Previously, Iran’s Cultural Days and an Iranian handicraft exhibition were held in Turkmenistan on February 13, 2022, with the presence of the Iranian Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance and officials from Turkmenistan.

Latin America cartoon exhibition extended

IRNA – The Latin America Cartoon and Caricature Exhibition, featuring renowned artists from Latin America, was extended due to warm welcome by art lovers, until December 24 at the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art (TMoCA).
The exhibition, which opened on November 11, was originally scheduled to conclude on November 19. However, the extension was announced as it was warmly welcomed by cartoon lovers.
The show features nearly 400 works from artists representing 15 countries, including Argentina, Ecuador, Honduras, Mexico, Cuba, Chile, Costa Rica, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela, Nicaragua, Brazil, and Guatemala.

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