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ALGIERS- A collective exhibition, comprising the works of about fifteen visual artists on the theme of women, kicked off Saturday, in Algiers, on the occasion of the International Women’s Day, celebrated on 8 March every year.
KHENCHELA (Algeria)- An archaeological site dating back to the Roman era has been discovered recently in the village of Metirchou, Ain Touila, in the province of Khenchela, the provincial department of Culture and Arts said Saturday.
BATNA-The Imedghassen International Film Festival kicked off Thursday at Batna’s regional theatre with the awarding of prizes to the best movies of both international and national competitions, in the presence of a large public.
TEBESSA (Algeria)- Hundred of photos were exhibited on the sidelines of the third National Fair of Photography, which kicked off Tuesday at Mohamed Chebouki Palace of Culture in Tebessa (611,75 km east of Algiers), to bring to light the situation in marginalized areas.
ANNABA (Algeria)- Algerian short film "Mania, by director Houssem Abbasi, received the bronze award at the 11th Digital Gate International Film Festival (February edition), organizers said.
ALGIERS-The Algerian National Theater (TNA) "Mahieddine Bachtarzi" will host a new theatrical performance entitled "Girls of Bernarda" on March 8, in collaboration with Spain’s Embassy in Algiers and the Cervantes Institute, TNA announced Saturday.
ALGIERS- 17 short films out of 31 films from 15 countries will compete in the "Digital Gate International Film Festival,” the organizers told the APS.
ALGIERS- Minister of Culture and Arts Malika Bendouda stressed the urgent need to promulgate new specifications governing the organization of cultural and artistic festivals in Algeria, said a ministerial statement.
ALGIERS- Four Algerian and foreign visual artists are represented by the Algerian Diwaniya Art Gallery in the second Egypt Int'l Art Fair in Cairo (February 26-28).
MARSEILLE (France)- A collective exhibition of paintings, organized in Marseille (France), comprising the works of several Algerian artists of different generations, sheds light on the history of plastic arts in Algeria since the 1960s, according to the event’s official website.

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