List of Persian/Iranian Events for 2009-02-12

    Persian New Year Festival - Houston

    Texas - Houston Thursday - February 12, 2009     12:02 PM

    The Iranian Cultural Foundation-Houston (ICF-H) will host the fifth annual persian new year festival on March 22, 2009 at the Discovery Green Park in downtown Houston. This festival features live music by Morteza, local pop and classical music bands, and folkloric dances by Beshkan dance company fro San Jose. Other programs include children activities(petting zoo, clowns, face painting, moon walk, jugglers, beads, games), persian Bazzar, persian food, DJ music, and many other activities.

    Admission is $10 and children under 10 is free
    No pets or food allowed into festival area

    Time and Date: Sunday March 22, 2009 from 1 pm to 9 pm
    Information: (832) 264-6408 or (713) 213-4500

    ICF-Houston is a non-profit organization with no religous or political affiliation. For more information visit website:

    30 Years of Belonging: The Rise of Iranian Voices

    Bay Area - San Francisco Thursday - February 12, 2009     06:30 PM

    30 Years of Belonging: The Rise of Iranian Voices
    Event Info Host: Perspective Magazine
    Type: Education - Lecture
    Network: Global
    Time and Place Date: Thursday, February 12, 2009
    Time: 6:30pm - 8:00pm
    Location: Maude Fife Room: 315 Wheeler Hall (UC Berkeley)
    Contact Info Email:

    DescriptionWith the help of UC Berkeley's English Department and the Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Perspective is proud to present Niloufar Talebi, an award-winning translator, founder of The Translation Project, and editor of the recently published anthology, BELONGING: New Poetry by Iranians Around the World (North Atlantic Books). At the lecture, Talebi will discuss how she has brought contemporary Iranian literature to worldwide audiences through both translation and new media projects such as her recent theatrical creation, ICARUS/RISE, based on the Iranian spoken-word tradition of ‘Naghali’.

    Talebi was featured in the most recent edition of Perspective and we are now proud to bring her work to life here at UC Berkeley!

    So come and share this incredible experience with us!

    *For more information about Ms. Talebi and her work please visit the following sites:

    Perspective Article:
    (got to page 18-19)

    "MYSTIC IRAN THE UNSEEN WORLD" with a follow-up discussion by filmmaker ARYANA FARSHAD

    Bay Area - San Francisco Thursday - February 12, 2009     07:00 PM


    "MYSTIC IRAN THE UNSEEN WORLD" with a follow-up discussion by filmmaker ARYANA FARSHAD When: Thursday Feb. 12th, 7:00PM
    Where: 101 Moffitt

    Come watch this award winning documentary and enjoy FREE pizza! You will also have a chance to purchase the DVD!

    Come join us on a mesmerizing journey deep into the heart of Iran. Shot entirely on location, this unprecedented cinematic tour reveals spiritual rites and rituals hidden for centuries. From the women's chamber of the Great Mosque, to the temple-caves in the land of Zarathustra, to the sacred dance of the Dervishes in Kurdistan, discover religious ceremonies and locations never before seen by the outside world.

    Filmmaker Aryana Farshad explains, "My documentary breaks through the stereotypes of the Islamic culture -- more than 2500 years later, in a global climate where many equate the cultures of the Middle East with fear and terrorism, Mystic Iran reveals a diverse people seeking spiritual transformation." Mystic Iran is narrated by Shohreh Aghdashloo, Iranian Academy Award Nominee for "House of Sand & Fog."

    "Mystic Iran the Unseen World" won the Audience Award at the 2008 Noor Film Festival on Sunday, April 13th, in Beverly Hills, California.

    This event is hosted by ISAA and co-sponsored by the Center for Middle Eastern Studies. This is event is open to the public and ASUC Sponsored and wheelchair accessable.



    The 1979 Islamic Revolution in Iran
    and its Impact on the United States and the World

    Wednesday Feb. 11, 8:00PM-10:00PM, 145 Dwinelle

    Dr. Hamid Algar (Prominent Scholar of Iranian History)
    Imam Abdul Alim Musa

    Topics Include:
    ►Understanding the Islamic Revolution and its impact
    ►Occupied Palestine, Gaza and Obama's foreign policy
    ►Iran's influence in Latin America
    ►Iran's role and influence in the greater Middle East

    See you guys there!

    Iranian Student Alliance in America (ISAA)

    UC Berkeley (Headquarter) / Georgetown University (Chapter)/ Monte Vista High School (Chapter


    Europe - Belgium Thursday - February 12, 2009     08:00 PM

    Hakhamanesh Exclusive parties in London held at The Collection
    Type: Party - Club Party
    Network: Global
    Time and Place Start Time: Thursday, February 12, 2009 at 8:35pm
    End Time: Friday, February 13, 2009 at 12:00am
    Location: The Collection
    Street: 264 Brompton Rd
    City/Town: London, United Kingdom
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    Contact Info Phone: 07840460740

    DescriptionHAKHAMANESH PARTIES brings you our Annual Valentine Party held at The Collection on Thursday 12th Feb from 8pm till 12am.
    Dress Code: Red & Black only!
    Free entry for members/ £10 Non Members.
    Please call / Text 07840460740 and leave us a short message with your name and number of guests + your mobile number.
    The Collection
    264 Brompton Rd
    South Kensington
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