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Tehran’s Azadi Tower to screen calligraphy works through video mapping
Tehran’s Azadi Tower to screen calligraphy works through video mapping
A selection of calligraphy works at the First Raqs-e Qalam International Exhibition of the Silk Road Calligraphy, which opened Friday at the Iranian Academy of Arts in Tehran, will be displayed through video mapping over Azadi Tower in Tehran, Iran.

The projection mapping will be performed today and will continue for four nights at the same location, from 18:30 to 20:00, IRNA reported.

Calligraphy works by 800 artists from 30 countries have been showcased at the exhibition which officially opened on January 20 in the northeastern Iranian city of Mashhad. The Iranian National Commission for UNESCO is the main organizer of the exhibition.

On this occasion, the exhibition of works by pioneers of Iranian calligraphy will also be opened in Azadi Tower.

The international art event ends with the presence of ambassadors of participating countries and a group of officials and cultural and media figures at a ceremony on January 28.

According to UNESCO, the Silk Road enriched the countries it passed through, transporting cultures, religions, languages and, of course, material goods to societies across Europe, Asia and Africa, and uniting them all with a common thread of cultural heritage and plural identities.

There are over 40 countries today along the historic land and maritime Silk Roads, all still bearing witness to the impact of these routes in their cultures, traditions and customs.



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