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Welcoming the educational workshops of “Made in Iran” festival on the second day.

On the second day of the “Made in Iran” festival, two illustration and poster designing classes were held, which were highly welcomed by enthusiasts.

According to the news headquarter of “Made in Iran” festival, this is the illustration workshop of this festival. In this workshop, students learn about illustration about the support of Iranian-made knowledge-based products. This workshop is held by Akbar Nikan Nezhad, one of the most prominent professors in this area.

The poster making workshop, which was held in the Amirkhani Hall at 14:00, was also welcomed. It was explained: “Made in Iran” is an abstract and intellectual issue; meanwhile, there are many real examples. However, each person has its own interpretation from a subject. In this workshop, it was attempted to discover different viewpoints of art creators.

On the other side of the Iranian Artists’ Forum, the short film of “Exit Tax”, directed by Mohammad Najarian, was displayed in Jalil Shahnaz Hall on January 6th. The story is about a young man who is bored with his repetitive job.

After this movie, a series of selected animations with the subject of supporting Iranian-made products was shown in the same hall.

“Ice Water” in another short movie, directed by Jalal Saed Panah, which is the story of five ice selling elderlies, was displayed in Jalil Shahnaz hall at 18:00.

 

The long movie called “Small Hero”, directed by Hossein Ghena’at, was shown in the same hall at 19:00.

The national, cultural and artistic festival of “Made-In-Iran is held with the aims of “mainstreaming and producing content for cyberspace related to commercialization cycle, entrepreneurship and knowledge-based economy”, “supporting made-in-Iran knowledge-based productions and services”, “organizing irregular imports and respecting Iranian qualified goods and products” and also “helping bolding the trade mark of Iranian desirable goods” in sections of literature, visual arts, visual and auditory media, digital media, video games and idea-mart by the effort of the knowledge-based science, technology and economy culture development headquarter of the vice presidency for science affairs and with Parviz Karami as the secretary-general and with the slogan of “Iranian Technology; Iranian Business” from January 5th to 7th, 2017. The last deadline of sending works to this festival is November 21st, 2016.

The last deadline of sending works to this festival is November 21st, 2016.

To learn more about the cultural and artistic festival of "Made-In-Iran", you can refer to the website www.iransaakht.ir.


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