Mesopotamia Movement for Culture and Art concludes its activities in al-Hasakah

Under the auspices of the Mesopotamia Movement for Democratic Culture and Art in North and East Syria, it concluded its activities today in al-Hasakah city by presenting an exhibition of art paintings and manual works, in addition to presenting a theatrical performance under the title "Thrones of Oppression ", with the participation of a number of artists from the cities of al-Tabqa, al-Raqqa and Amuda district.

The exhibition was attended by dozens of members of the civil institutions and centers in the city of al-Hasakah, in addition to a number of people.

In the center's hall, 67 portraits were hung, embodying the resistance of women and simulating the nature and reality of the suffering and displacement of the Syrian people, in addition to a number of manual works that express the authentic Kurdish heritage.

 Where the Co-chair of the Culture and Antiquities Committee in the city of al-Raqqa, Ziyad Muhammad, indicated that their participation in the exhibition was carried out by presenting artistic paintings that simulate reality, as well as an expression of their inspiration and raising the morale of citizens, and the hope for the return of life as it was before the occupation.

The exhibition concluded with a theatrical performance composed of 6 separate scenes under the name "Thrones of Oppression" depicting the suffering and obstacles of Syrian reality.


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