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As part of celebrations of Human Rights Day, the UNESCO Amman office opened the 'Expressions — Paintings as Therapy' exhibition with works created by students with low vision.
A special booklet, 'Omani Children Draw Their Rights', has been jointly published by the Ministry of Social Development, the Omani Society for Fine Arts and the Unicef.
The Emirates Cultural Foundation has announced that it has begun preparations for the second Emirates Film Competition, scheduled to take place in March 2003.
This first feature film to be made in Afghanistan since the collapse of the Taliban, is directed by Iranian filmmaking prodigy Samira Makhmalbaf, 22.
Intellectuals and friends of the late novelist Ghaleb Halasa urged concerned parties to transform the novelist's home on Main Street in Madaba into a museum displaying his literary works and personal items.
When a country and its people are not free, how do its artists respond? The sponsor of a competition for Palestinian artists finds work of pain and longing, but is impressed also by the life-affirming individuality of vision that flourishes even in the midst of national trauma.