(Persia Digest) – An exhibition of hands arts from Iran and thirty Islamic countries was inaugurated by the Vice-President for Women and Family Affairs, Masoumeh Ebtekar, at the Tabriz Islamic Art University on Saturday night.
This exhibition opened as a side program at the 4th Tabriz International Festival for Islamic Arts, Crafts and Creativity. The works made by the artisans of Tabriz, art students of Tabriz Islamic Art University, and participating artists from abroad were displayed in fifty stands for sale.
Participating countries include Pakistan, Afghanistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Iraq, Oman, Jordan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Bosnia, Crimea, Bangladesh, India, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, and Egypt.
The works include weavings, metal industries, woodworks, glassware, leatherware, pottery, ceramics, gilding, and Persian miniature and illustrations.
The exhibition will be open to the public until 20 June at Tabriz Islamic Art University.
The 4th Tabriz International Festival for Islamic Arts, Crafts and Creativity is currently running with the participation of 71 artists from 30 countries in the three categories of conferences, exhibition, and competition.
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