Moscow (IP) - Iran's Cultural Week programs in Russia kicked off by Iran's Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance and his Russian counterpart at the VDNKH complex in Moscow.

Iran PressEurope: On Tuesday, after the official opening of Iran's Cultural Week in Russia, the ministers of culture of Iran, Mohammad Mehdi Esmaeili and Russian Minister of Culture, Olga Borisovna Lyubimova, visited different parts of the cultural event centered on the exhibition of Iranian handicrafts.

Artists exposed their works of art in 20 different categories at the event, including miniature, gilding, marquetry, Khatam, pen making, turquoise engraving, leather carving, jewelry making, pen painting, ethnic clothing, pottery, ceramics, photography, sculpture, carpet weaving, and line drawing.

An exhibition of Iranian carpets with top brands' attendance was also held.

Another exhibition held addressed creative arts industries, with the presentation of computer games and 3D puzzles, at the VDNKH event in Moscow. 

The exhibitions will be underway until Saturday, 17 July.

A collection of various colorful clothes of Iranian ethnic groups has been displayed in the section on Iranian and Islamic clothing. 

Nineteen Iranian and 16 Russian musicians will hold two joint performances in the form of Iran's National Orchestra and the Russian National Youth Symphony Orchestra (RNYSO), using authentic Iranian instruments.

'Villa Dwellers,' 'Lopeto' (animation), 'Hanas,' 'Romanticism of Emad and Tooba,' and 'Sara and Aida' will be screened in Moscow's Illusion Hall with the presence of their directors and producers as the fifth part of Iran's Cultural Week. 


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