1005 GMT April 01, 2020
IRNA reported that a group of artists from Khorasan Province of Iran will take part in the exhibit in Merv, Turkmenistan.
The two-day exhibition, which will be attended by Iranian Ambassador to Ashgabat Mohammad Ahmadi and a number of officials from the province of Merv, will feature artworks of native Iranian artists in various fields of handicrafts such as turquoise, engraving, tilework and cashmere.
Along with the display of the artistic products, an exhibition of calligraphy artists from Khorasan Province as well as a calligraphy workshop will be held with the participation of Abbas Ali Teimourzadeh from Bojnourd.
The exhibition is the first cultural program of its kind to be held in the ancient city of Merv following the expansion of cultural ties between the two countries.