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Iran marks Day of Islamic Revolution Art
Several organizations nationwide will hold cultural programs to mark the martyrdom anniversary of documentary filmmaker Morteza Avini (April 9) which is known as Day of Islamic Revolution Art.
'Alternative facts': A Psychiatrist's Guide to Distorted Reality
Distortions of reality can be though of as falling along a continuum, with delusions at the severe end of that continuum.
Father of Iran's advertising-industrial photography Masoumi dies
Iran's veteran photographer Masoud Masoumi passed away on Friday.
Iraq's looted treasures to be displayed at Venice Biennale
The National Museum of Iraq is to display 40 ancient artifacts at the Venice Biennale this year, including several that were recently returned after its looting in 2003.
Persian art, craft showcased at Lahore gallery
An exhibition of Iranian handicraft and miniature painting was held at Lahore's Zahoorul Akhlaq Gallery in the National College of Arts (NCA).
ICHHTO: Inclusive craft festival absence was palpable
By Sadeq Dehqan & Hamideh Hosseini
Louvre antiquities to go on display in Iran
A number of antique pieces from the prestigious French museum will be displayed in Iran, following the signing of an agreement between custodians of Iran's cultural heritage and France's Louvre Museum.
Three Iranian works published in international calendar
Three artworks by Iranians have been published in South Korean YATOO-i 2017 calendar.
Golden Globes 2017: 'La La Land' breaks record
'La La Land' swept the 74th Golden Globe Awards and set a record.
Iran calligraphic animation explores self worth
Enchanting birds with lively characteristics, Persian calligraphic art, sweeping angles and entrenched symbolism will engross the viewer in the animation 'Simorgh'.
Iranian archeologists trace industry footprints around Persian Gulf
Objects unearthed in the historical site of Tom Maroon, in Hormuzgan Province on the Persian Gulf, indicate that the communities inhabiting the region during the Bronze Age were involved in industrial activities such as metalwork, glasswork and pottery.
Scottish gallery welcomes 2017 with 'Turner in January
The Scottish National Gallery will again welcome in the New Year with the opening of 'Turner in January: The Vaughan Bequest' — the long-standing annual tradition which sees an outstanding collection of works by Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775–1851) displayed for the duration of the month.
Malaysia to host 'Iran's Cultural Days'
'Iran's Cultural Days' will open in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with a ceremony on Tuesday at the National Library of Malaysia (PNM).
India to mark 60 years of Indo-Iranian cultural ties
A colorful mélange of handloom, pottery and textile will mark 60 years of Indo-Iranian cultural ties at the upcoming Dastkari Haat Craft Bazaar in India.

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