Syrian Female Visual Artists Link Past with Present in Art Exhibition

Some 30 Syrian female visual artists of different generations have linked the past with the present in paintings featured in an art exhibition opened Wednesday in al-Assad House for Culture and Arts in Damascus.

They retrieved the circumstances during which they drew paintings acquired by Ministry of Culture for decades. 

"For many years, Syrian artists have contributed to development  of visual art in the country," Deputy Minister of Culture Tawfiq al-Imam said during the opening ceremony of the exhibition, adding that the presence of female artists in the current circumstances proves Syrian women's steadfastness in confronting the terror war being waged on the country.

Female Artists in Sweida Depict Syrian Woman's Situation during Crisis

Three female artists in Sweida city have depicted situation of Syrian woman during the foreign-backed terror war on Syria in 30 art works featured in an art exhibition opened Monday in the culture center in the city. 

The exhibition comes within the continuous cultural activities being held in the city and it reflects its residents' adherence to their civilization in confronting the Takfiri thinking, according to Sweida Governor Amer al-Ashi, who attended the opening ceremony of the activity.

Italian Director to Shoot Movie Depicting Terror War on Syria

Chairman of Syrian Artists Union Zuhair Ramadan and visiting Italian delegation have discussed mechanism of cooperation to make a movie depicting terror war on Syria.

The movie entitled ' Before Zero' will be shot in Syria in order to change the West's viewpoint about the event taking place in the country as a result of misleading media campaign, according to Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA).

The agency made it clear that the movie will explain reality of conspiracies hatched against Syria by western and regional parties.

It quoted the movie's Director Marco Masina as saying that he is seeking to establish strong relations between Italian cultural circles and Syrian Artists Union.

"We Will Spare No Effort to Bring Brightness Back to Palmyra": Culture Minister

HOMS, (ST)- Minister of Culture Mohammad al-Ahmad, accompanied by Homs Governor Talal al-Barazi, has visited the historical Syrian city of  Palmyra to see the damage caused by Deash terrorists to the archeological sites of the city before the Syrian army, in a major military operation recaptured it.

The minister's tour in Palmyra covered the Palmyra Museum, the Palmyra Theater and The Temple of Bel.

In a statement to reporters during his tour in the city, al-Ahmad said Daesh terrorists wanted through their barbaric acts, particularly the destruction of the façade of the Roman Theater and the Tetrapylon columns to "eradicate the Syrians' memory, identity and humanitarian heritage.

Chinese Cinema Days in Syria to Boost Cultural Exchange

China's Ambassador to Syria Qi Qianjin has affirmed that the activities of Chinese Cinema Days, kicked off yesterday at the Opera House in Damascus, aim to activate the Syrian-Chinese cultural exchange. He saluted the steadfastness of Syrian people and government in confronting the terror war waged on the country.

He said during the opening ceremony of the Cinema Days that the Embassy of the People's Republic of China in Damascus will hold more cultural activities in future, hoping to boost cultural and humanity exchange with Syria in all fields.