Archive for category: ART & CULTURE

  • 39 artificers were imprisoned in Kirmashan

    39 artificers were imprisoned in Kirmashan

    ART & CULTURE, KURDISTAN 17 October 2013 12:16:01 no comments

    EAST KURDISTAN, KIRMASHAN ─ 39 artists, musicians, cameramans, singers and music art practitioners in Kirmashan (Kermanshah) have been convicted to 1 year discretionary imprisonment and 10 million Riyal fine per person. Since the last year 58 artificers in Kirmaşan were arrested whom mostly working in underground music industry and wedding celebrations. Most of […]

     
  • Kurdish poet and writer Enwer Hojebri passed away

    Kurdish poet and writer Enwer Hojebri passed away

    ART & CULTURE 15 October 2013 13:30:59 no comments

    EAST KURDISTAN, MERIWAN ─ Enwer Hojebri nicknamed ‘Ferhad’, Kurdish poet and writer from Meriwan city passed away due to a heart attack on October 11th in Tehran. Enwer Hojebri was born on 1974 in the village of Kani Maran from Meriwan city into a patriot family. During his school and […]

     
  • Art and cultural centers sealed in East Kurdistan

    Art and cultural centers sealed in East Kurdistan

    ART & CULTURE 14 October 2013 07:22:37 no comments

    EAST KURDISTAN, ─ After exerting increasing pressures on the art and cultural centers the Iranian regime prevented them from continuing their activities. The art and cultural centre of Fakhre Razi in Shino city was closed. The Kurdish Language Training Centre was also closed by the security forces in Ilam city. […]

     
  • Taha Karimi, a famous Kurdish director lost his life in an accident

    Taha Karimi, a famous Kurdish director lost his life in an accident

    ART & CULTURE 31 May 2013 15:38:23 no comments

    On May 29th, a Wednesday night, Taha Karimi, a Kurdish director and actor lost his life in an accident in Silemani, Kurdistan. In this incident, a taxi driver collided with Taha Karimi’s car and caused the accident, both Taha Karimi and the taxi driver had lost their lives. Taha Karimi […]

     
  • A Newroz story in Amed

    A Newroz story in Amed

    ART & CULTURE 28 March 2013 00:44:16 no comments

    Shiler Amini Armandi — I Spent my First Newroz in 2013 Since the very first time I watched the Newroz celebrations on television, live from the Kurdish city of Amed in northern Kurdistan, I have been mesmerized by the thought of participating at least once during my life time. This […]

     
  • International Mother Tongue Day celebrated in Turkey

    International Mother Tongue Day celebrated in Turkey

    ART & CULTURE, NEWS 22 February 2013 12:37:16 no comments

      ANF, Istanbul — Thousands of people took to the streets on Thursday to mark the International Mother Tongue Day which has been celebrated in Turkey with torch marches, press conferences and concerts across the country under the leadership of  KURDÎ-DER (Kurdish Language Research and Development Union) and Eğitim Sen. People […]

     
  • Children exhibition displayed in Qendil Slope

    Children exhibition displayed in Qendil Slope

    ART & CULTURE 9 December 2012 15:41:45 no comments

    QENDIL, — The children of Qendil Slope opened an exhibition to display their photos in an effort to depict what have happened to the Kurdish minors residing in those areas. Balayan Hill in Qendil Slope hosted an exhibition for Kurdish children organised by the Centre for Free Women, local sources […]

     
  • Karesat book displayed in exhibition in Meriwan

    Karesat book displayed in exhibition in Meriwan

    ART & CULTURE 20 November 2012 16:01:05 no comments

    MERIWAN, — The book “Karesat” meaning the catastrophe, written by Celal Meleksha was displayed in a book exhibition in Meriwan city. According to Mukrian News Agency, the book consists of a series of short stories in Kurdish language, written by Kurdish well-know author and poet Celal Meleksha, published for the […]

     
  • Stay Eternal Qendil

    Stay Eternal Qendil

    ART & CULTURE 5 November 2012 22:45:13 no comments

    Written by Pijar Translated by Rojhelat.info   Stay eternal Qendil… Stay eternal the blue and horizon-less sky of our nation The gloomy nights are full of snakes and scorpions Stay eternal the backbone of friendless people, Whose blood have been shed Stay eternal the right-taker of those who lost their […]

     
  • Legendary Zirek commemorated in Sulemani

    Legendary Zirek commemorated in Sulemani

    ART & CULTURE 23 September 2012 14:55:53 no comments

    SULEMANI, South Kurdistan, — The Kurdish legendary musician, composer and song writer Hesen Zirek was commemorated in Sulemani in 40th year of his final farewell. The legendary Hesen Zirek was born in 29 December 1921 into a poor family. He was only a teenager when his father passed away and he […]

     
  • Kurdish Culture Conference in Amed

    Kurdish Culture Conference in Amed

    ART & CULTURE 12 December 2010 18:05:13 no comments

    AMED, Kurdistan, — The first Kurdish Culture, Literature and Art Conference took place in Amed. The Conference was promoted by the Democratic Society Congress (DTK), Mesopotamia Cultural Centres (MKM) and Amed Municipality and ends today, report said on Sunday. According to the report Turkey, Russia, Syria, Kurdistan Federated Region, Iran and […]

     
  • Kurdish Studies Seminar

    Kurdish Studies Seminar

    ART & CULTURE 26 May 2010 16:50:11 no comments

    You are kindly invited to attend the forthcoming Kurdish Studies Seminar:  From the shepherd to the Gardens of fantasy: The 75th anniversary of the Kurdish novel Speaker: Dr Hashem Ahmadzadeh, Senior lecturer in Kurdish Studies, Director of Centre for Kurdish Studies of Exeter University Date/ time: 27th May 2010 @ […]

     
  • Choman Hardi’s poems on the UK GCSE syllabus

    Choman Hardi’s poems on the UK GCSE syllabus

    ART & CULTURE 12 April 2010 22:36:35 no comments

    Kurdish Media   Four poems by the Kurdish poet Choman Hardi have been selected onto the English GCSE curriculum. They will be studied by 15-16 year old students across England and Wales. ‘At the border, 1979’ is on the AQA syllabus. The same poem is also on the EdExcel syllabus […]