The case of Shiraz handicrafts globalization is being prepared to be sent to the World Council of Handicrafts, said deputy director of Handicrafts’ Export Office at Iran's Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization.
Shiraz to become int’l city of handicrafts
The 27th edition of the International Qur’an Exhibition is a great opportunity to know about the Qur’anic activities of participating countries and consider the Qur’an as the basis for social communications.
Minister: Qur’an expo, opportunity for expanding social ties
Iran and the Turin International Book Fair discussed the expansion of cultural cooperation.
Iran, Italy to expand cultural cooperation
A total number of 15 historical objects from the National Museum of Iran were moved to the National Museum of China to attend the Asian Civilizations exhibition.
National Museum of Iran lends 15 antiquities to China
An underground chamber discovered accidentally by road workers appears to be the site of the earliest Christian royal burial ever found in Britain, archeologists say, calling it the Anglo-Saxon equivalent of King Tutankhamun’s tomb.
Discovery of ancient tomb in Britain yields new info
The West Yorkshire poet Simon Armitage, a former probation officer who describes his writing as “no-brow,” was appointed as the UK’s 21st poet laureate.
Simon Armitage named UK’s poet laureate
One short film and one documentary by ‘Hamid Haqjoo,’ Iranian filmmaker from Bushehr, were selected for the Calcutta International Cult Film Festival, Lift Off Sessions in London.
Two Iranian films selected for British festival
The 27th International Qur’an Exhibition opened at Tehran’s Imam Khomeini Grand Prayers Ground (Mosalla) on Saturday evening during a special ceremony attended by Culture Minister Abbas Salehi and a number of cultural figures.
27th Int’l Qur’an Exhibition underway
Iranian photographer Alma Monshi Baghan won an award at the Photographic Society of America (PSA), New York-Manhattan photographic contest.
Iranian photographer wins award at PSA
It was written by Vincent van Gogh a few months before his death, aged 37, during his time as a patient at a small asylum on the outskirts of Saint-Rémy-de-Provence where he painted some of his most vivid and celebrated works.
Van Gogh’s gushing letter to art critic goes on show in Amsterdam

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