ALGIERS – The 7th edition of "Taj al Qur'an" contest started on Friday in the Exhibition Centre in Algiers in an atmosphere marked with piety and devotion.
ALGIERS- The short film "Trip of Keltoum,” the latest work of filmmaker Anis Djaad, will participate in the official competition of the 6th Bangalore Short Film Festival of India, scheduled on 11 June, said the sources of the film team.
ALGIERS- Famous singer Hamdi Bennani, one of the masters of Malouf music, performed Wednesday evening in Algiers, before a large audience, songs representing various Andalusian music styles such as "Hawzi," "Mahdjouz," and "Aroubi,"
 ALGIERS-Kabyle folklore singer Moussa Kerbache passed away Saturday in Paris at the age of 53, announced relatives.

FISAHARA film festival opens in Madrid

Saturday, 27 May 2017 16:20
MADRID (Spain)- The first edition of the International Festival of Western Sahara Film (FISAHARA), the thirteenth following those held every year in the Saharawi refugee camps of Dakhla, kicked off Friday evening at the Matadero Arts Centre of Madrid, Spain.
ALGIERS-Painter Djazia Cherrih holds an exhibition of pictorial art revisiting the standards of illumination and miniature until 11 June at the National Museum of Fine Arts in Algiers.
ALGIERS-The 18th European Cultural Festival of Algiers wrapped up Wednesday evening with a travel throughout the music legacy of the Aegean Sea, Andalusian music and Greek folklore, led by Greek singers Ourania and Lampropoulou.
 ALGIERS-Culture Minister Azzedine Mihoubi on Tuesday visit to Algeria's stand at the International Exhibition of Heritage Professionals (SIPPA) held in Arles (France), said the ministry in a communiqué.
ALGIERS- Algeria's participation at the French city Arles' third international heritage professional show (SIPPA) as guest of honour will be an opportunity to give a historical and contemporary overview of "Algerian cultural diplomacy," Minister of Culture Azzedine Mihoubi said.
ALGIERS-"Petit boulot pour vieux clown" (Small job for old clown) play, written by French-Romanian dramatist Matei Visniec, was presented Monday in Algiers as part of the 18th European Cultural Festival.