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Tehran to host 28th Handmade Carpet Exhibition
The 28th edition of Iran Handmade Carpet Exhibition will open its doors to the public at the Tehran International Permanent Fairgrounds from August 25 to 31.
Austrian company inks agreement on tourism ties with Tabriz
Tabriz Municipality in the northwestern Iranian province of East Azarbaijan and an Austrian company signed an agreement to cooperate in the tourism industry and urban services.
Parisian official: France, Iran both enjoy love of art and culture
Iran ranks sixth among 100 countries of Cité Internationale des Arts
Afghan treasures on display at British Museum
Priceless antiquities from Afghanistan are going on display at the British Museum after they were saved from the black market by a keen-eyed customs official.
Uganda keen on benefiting from Iranian cultural experiences
Ugandan Minister of State for Gender and Culture, Peace Mutuuzo, voiced keen interest in making use of Iran’s cultural experiences in her meeting with Iranian cultural attaché Mohammadreza Ghezelselfi.
Iran participates in UNESCO’s annual summit on World Heritage List in Azerbaijan
The 43rd session of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee kicked off in Baku, Republic of Azerbaijan, with the presence of 180 countries including Iran.
Art Basel opens with Picasso painting on sale for €28m
Art Basel, the world’s premier art fair where the superrich shop for Picassos, opened to invited guests and the press in the Swiss city on Tuesday.
Cultural official: Shiraz, identity of Iran’s art, culture
The city of Shiraz in southwest Iran has always been the country’s art and culture identity, the deputy minister for cultural affairs said.
Parvin E’tesami’s Int’l Festival underway in Tabriz
Parvin E’tesami’s International Festival opened in Tabriz in the presence of Persian literature professors from Iran, Turkey, Tajikistan, the Republic of Azerbaijan and Bangladesh.
British Museum offers revelatory new look at Islam and art
A new gallery of Islamic arts at the British Museum broadly explores the cultural impact of Islam on everyday life through art and material objects from the many lands and societies the religion has affected across continents and centuries.
Iran's major cinematic event, Fajr Film Festival kicks off
Iran's biggest cinematic event, Fajr Film Festival, opened in Tehran for its 37th run. The event will screen the best and the latest productions of Iranian cinema from February 1–11.
British Museum says will never return Elgin marbles
British Museum director Hartwig Fischer is facing international backlash after defending an English nobleman's removal of sculptures from the Parthenon in the early 1800s as a 'creative act', and reiterated that the museum's trustees would not support repatriating them to Athens.
Afghan artists residing in Iran to hold exhibition
The National Commission for the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) is planning to hold an exhibition of calligraphy and painting works by Afghan artists residing in Iran.
Cultural associations, important in boosting Iran-Japan ties
Iranian ambassador to Japan stressed the significant role of cultural and art associations in promoting relations between Iran and Japan.
Iranian artists to showcase handicrafts in Iraq
Iranian artists will put handicrafts and souvenirs from a number of provinces on display at an exhibition to be held for the first time in Sulaymaniyah in Iraq's Kurdistan Region.

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