List of Persian/Iranian Events for 2009-01-20

    KMAKARS' CONCERT

    New York Tuesday - January 20, 2009     07:57 AM

    CELEBRATE NOWRUZ WITH OUTSTANDING CAMKARS,S CONCERT
    SUNDAY MARCH 8.2009
    5:00 TO 7:00 PM LOCATIN. GREAT HALL,7 EAST 7TH STREET N
    NEW YORK CITY, CORNER OF 3RD AVE.
    TICKET PRICES. Bronz $40.00 Silver $60.00 Gold , Vip. $100.00
    To purchase tickerts; call 201 522 7807 , 201 327 3494
    Or visit.www.mehrhumanitariansociety.com

    Click below to buy tickets and open the site for Mehr Humanitarian society, Inc.
    http://www.mehrhumanitariansociety.com/
    click below for more information about the concert (SUPPORT MEHR H.S. HELPS
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZhFkjXozvy4 TO PROVIDE SCHOLARSHIPS
    Click below for sample of music FOR TALANTED STUDENTS )
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=znLXS0w21VM
    (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kamkars)
    This event is sponsored by Mehr Humanitarian Society, Inc
    The proceeds from this event will be used for academic
    scholarships and humanitarian assistance.

    The seats are assigned and being designated on a first come first served basis
    The tickets are selling fast. To secure yourself a spot,
    Please order your tickets at your earliest convenience.

    All ticket sales are subject to availability, and non-refundable

    Shirin Neshat: Artist Lecture

    Louisiana Tuesday - January 20, 2009     06:00 PM

    http://www.newcomb.tulane.edu/calendevent.html

    As part of Prospect.1, internationally renowned Iranian-American photographer and video artist artist Shirin Neshat will speak about her on-going film project Women without Men. Inspired by Shahrnush Parsipur’s surrealist novel of the same name, the five-part project explores single narratives from the author’s interwoven tale of outcast Iranian women to comment on the lives of real women in traditional Muslim societies.

    Gallery of work ("Women Without Men") exhibit open now through February 7, 2009

    The exhibition consists of four video installations from an on-going film project inspired by Shahrnush Parsipur’s surrealist novel Women Without Men (Zanan Bedun-e Mardan), banned by the Iranian government in 1989. In each installation, the artist explores single narratives from the author’s interwoven tale of outcast Iranian women to comment on the lives of real women in traditional Muslim societies.

    http://www.tulane.edu/~newcomb/currentex.html
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