Adnan Azzam Unmasks Hidden Face of War on Syria before French Public Opinion

With a view to confirming the concomitance of military, political and cultural victories as a guarantee of the continuity of Syria’s active presence in the international arena, the cultural project entitled ‘Syria, the World’ was launched in 2017.

The project comes within the program of world dialogue launched by the Baath Arab Socialist Party (BASP) during a French delegation’s visit to Damascus and it aims to convey the beautiful image of Syria to the whole world, Adnan Azzam, the Syrian expatriate and writer who is living in France told the Syriatimes e-newspaper.

Sculptor Rami Waqqaf's Exhibition in London Celebrates Natural Elements

The wonderful bronze works of Syrian sculptor Rami Waqqaf,  within a collective exhibition held recently at the Kings Road Art Gallery in Chelsea district in London, Britain, was welcomed by British audience, especially that theme of the exhibition depicted elements of nature and  the way the sculptor dealt with  them.

The exhibition celebrated natural elements such as water, air and fire and each participant presented his/her works according to their own vision.

"Syrian Days" Event in France to Shed Light Events in Syria

PARIS– The “Syrian Days” event will be launched on Saturday in France and will include a number of cultural and art activities, with the aim of conveying the truth about what is happening in Syria to the French people and shedding light on the terrorism affecting Syrians, SANA reported.

The organizer of the Activity, Adnan Azzam, who is a Syrian expatriate and writer living in France, said that all necessary preparations have been completed for carrying out the activity in different cities in France within the framework of “Syria, the World” project.

Elderly Craftsman Weaves Stories of History, Passion and Love into Wonderful Pieces of Art

ALEPPO–  At his small shop in al-Faid neighborhood in Aleppo city and at his loom, carpet weaver Omer Rawwas masterfully weaves his story of love and passion for this heritage craft into his woven pieces, A report published by SANA said.

Striving to preserve this renowned craft, Rawwas, Abu Baraa, continued his family tradition and spent most of his time behind his wooden loom, weaving various kinds of rugs, carpets and tapestries.

He is one of the few who have realized the importance of saving ancient handmade crafts such as carpet weaving and rug making from extinction and keeping their legacy alive in the hearts of their loyal admirers.

Iranian Cultural Days in Damascus

DAMASCUS- An art exhibition and a musical concert for the Iranian Bayar band were among other activities held at Dar al-Assad for Culture and Arts in commemoration of the 39th anniversary of the victory of the Islamic revolution in Iran.

The event was organized by the Syrian Culture Ministry in cooperation of the Iranian Cultural Chancellery, according to SANA.

Rainbow Choir, conducted by Hussam Eddin Brimo, inaugurated the festivity performing a Persian song to stress the deep-rooted cultural ties binding Syria and Iran.