The remains of a 2,800-year-old woman dripping with blue glass beads and wearing a copper belt buckle have been discovered by French archeologists.
Iron Age 'princess' discovered in France
Reopenings of Iran’s cinemas might reopen in June, an official said on Tuesday.
Official: Iran cinemas might reopen in June
A number of international musicians are helping Iranian vocalist Alireza Qorbani to produce a music video titled ‘Bani Adam’ (Human Beings).
Foreign musicians give Iran’s Qorbani a hand to make ‘Bani Adam’
Italy’s museums and galleries have started to reopen as the country — one of the hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic — begins a long recovery. But the disruptions to art programming keep rippling through the country’s cultural institutions.
Venice Biennale postpones next two editions
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to wreak havoc globally, museums have not been spared, the UN cultural agency said on International Museum Day, revealing that nearly 90 percent of the treasured cultural institutions have had to close their doors, while almost 13 percent are under serious threat of never reopening.
COVID-19 crisis closes 90% of museums globally, UNESCO plans for reopenings
An international poster exhibition is underway in Tehran with a focus on the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus-themed posters go viral at Tehran int’l exhibition
Despite getting a little tanned, Li Jiaoyang, a 42-year-old arts professional from Beijing, still relishes the leisurely strolls and taste of ripe mulberries amid the tangle of alleys in the ancient city of Kashgar in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.
Tourism seeking paths out of virus doldrums in China
There will be more empty seats in theaters and extra space in museums and galleries for a long time to come, a new survey predicts, as almost one in six respondents said they would go to fewer arts or cultural activities after the coronavirus pandemic.
One in six Aussies will go to fewer post-virus cultural events: Survey
Iranian actress Fatemeh Motamed-Arya donated her Honorary Golden Cyrus Cylinder award to Cinema Museum of Iran.
Iran’s veteran actress Motamed-Arya donates award to Cinema Museum of Iran
University of Tehran has managed to purchase a manuscript of Nahj-ul-Balagha (The Peak of Eloquence) which dates back to 700 years ago.
University of Tehran purchases rare ‘Nahj-ul-Balagha’

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