ALGIERS- The 2nd painting collective exhibition “Serbia seen by Algerian artists,” dealing with the Algerian-Serbian friendship by shedding light on the two countries’ cultural heritage, kicked off Sunday in Algiers.
AIN TEMOUCHENT- The 3rd National Photo Exhibition kicked off Wednesday at the arts center "Aïssa Messaoudi" of Ain Temouchent with the participation of 36 photo artists.
ALGIERS- Six Algerian and foreign visual artists are represented by the Algerian art gallery "Diwaniya Art Gallery" at the virtual Art Fair of Chicago (USA) “Intersect 21,” which kicked off Tuesday.
ALGIERS- Plastic artist Nadia Cherrak has been exhibiting, since Saturday at the Galerie de Bab Ezzouar, her new works produced, for the most part, during lockdown.
ALGIERS- The Ministry of Culture and Arts and the Algerian Confederation of Employers (CAP) signed Monday, in Algiers, a partnership agreement to launch investments and execute economic projects in culture and arts, said a ministerial statement.
ADDIS ABABA- Congo’s President Felix Tshisekedi Tshilombo, who is ensuring since Saturday the rotating presidency of the African Union (AU), underlined Sunday that the Pan-African organization will support Algeria for the launch of the Great African Museum.
ALGIERS- Algeria attaches a great interest to culture, arts and heritage as evidenced by the cultural and artistic events it hosted to achieve a cultural rapprochement between the African peoples and hence laying the bridges of fraternity and spread the values of tolerance, dialogue and rapprochement.
ANNABA-Afghan filmmaker Khadim Hussain Bayhnam’s “Here Is Afghanistan” won the Golden Gate Award of the 10th Annaba Digital Gate International Film Festival, announced Wednesday the festival’s Communication Officer Slimane Refas.
BATNA- Minister of Culture and Arts Malika Bendouda, announced Monday in Batna (310 km east of Algiers) that the suspension of the project for the rehabilitation of the royal Numidian Medghassene mausoleum in the town of Boumia has been lifted.
BATNA- Minister of Culture and Arts. Malika Bendouda, announced on Sunday that the ministry ''will work to transform this site into a cultural park''.