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Artist Nabil al-Samman combines Syrian mythology, with present and future

Damascus, ST-  In his solo exhibition entitled "Qeyama',  artist Nabil al-Samman links the ancient Syrian civilization with its immortal  myths, and the present  embodying  contemporary Syrian man who is capable of creating life, beauty and hope despite pain through a special artistic style characterized by  skill  and beauty.

The exhibition, which was hosted by al- Zawaya Gallery, includes 51 works of oil painting technology, with sizes varying between medium and large. The paintings are characterized with the embodiment of children and women.

Ayman Mohamed was able to develop his artistic talent by self-effort

Hama, ST- In addition to his talent for painting, artist Ayman Mohamed was able to form exquisite wooden sculptures, his creative energies enable him to draw many distinctive works that help in enriching the art movement in Syria.

His discovery of his talent was not early, he drew the first painting on the wall of his room when he was seventeen years old, and according to him, this painting surprised his acquaintances and friends. After that, he continued his attempts to draw faces of those people around him.

The storyteller" al-Hakawati" sees that his profession is a mini theater to provide sermons and good values

Damascus, ST- Ahmad Al-Lahham,a storyteller spent his life in telling  ancient stories by focusing on events and  championships of old known figures . Al-Lahham  loves his work very much.He considered it very interesting and  he used to meet visitors of Al-Nawfara cafe  every Thursday  and narrate events and old stories skillfully so  he always succeeds in taking the listeners to a time of nobility and heroism.

Al-Hakawati Abo Sami, who inherited his love of telling stories from his uncle Abo Shaker Snobar, sees that this profession is much more than just to tell stories,  but it is rather a mini theater where the storyteller gives listeners sermons through  indirect messages focusing on good values.

Twenty artistic portraits on Syrian civilization in "Julia Art" Exhibition

In the center of the capital, Damascus, twenty artists gathered to present their artistic paintings, which  decorated with their beauty and distinct colors the corridors of the Julia Dumna Hotel.

At the Julia Dumna Hotel, an art exhibition entitled (Julia Art) opened and continues until January 16, and includes a large number of paintings using various techniques.

Two Syrian plays at the Arab Theater Authority Festival in Jordan

The Directorate of Theaters and Music participates in the 12th session of the Arab Theater Authority Festival in Amman with two theatrical performances of its production; “Three Stories” directed by Ayman Zidan and taken from a text by the Argentine writer and theater director Oswaldo Dracon. The second play is entitled “Kimia” directed by Ajaj Saleem based on the text of Magnetic Fields by the Russian writer Alexander Obraztsov.

On this participation, Imad Jalloul, director of theaters and music at the Ministry of Culture, said:“We appreciate the keenness of the Arab Theater Authority on the participation of the Syrian theatrical performances in the activities that they used to organize in various Arab countries, "noting that the two theatrical performances which participating in the festival fall outside the official competition that stipulates that the text must be written by an Arab writer.