ALGIERS- Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal visited on Monday the 3rd Fair of Creativity, which is being held in the Riadh El Feth esplanade in Algiers from 27 April to 3 May.
ALGIERS- Ethiopian State minister of Culture and Tourism, Meaza Gebremedhin started on Friday a five-day working visit to Algeria.
MADRID-The first Western Sahara International Film Festival (FiSahara) to take place by the end of May in Madrid is an opportunity to give further visibility to the struggle of the Sahrawi people, FiSahara Executive Director Maria Carrion said.
ALGIERS-Algeria has been elected to host the headquarters of the Centre of the United Nations Education, Science and Culture Organization (UNESCO) for the protection of the African heritage, Minister of Culture announced Thursday in Adrar.
MOSTAGANEM (Algeria)- The cultural event "Mostaganem, Capital of Theatre" kicked off Sunday, in the presence of Minister of Culture Azzedine Mihoubi, under the slogan "We celebrate the City, We Celebrate Theatre."
ALGIERS-The National Center of Cinematography and Audiovisual Media (CNCA) and the Iranian cinema foundation "Farabi" inked Monday in Algiers a cooperation agreement on various cinematographic fields.
ALGIERS- Minister of Culture, Azzedine Mihoubi, on Wednesday in Algiers said that his ministry worked to recover the Algerian audiovisual archives which are notably in the Eastern European countries as well as the film archives about the Liberation War.
ALGIERS- The State protects and preserves the tangible and intangible heritage, said Thursday Minister of Culture Azzedine Mihoubi in reply to an oral question at the Council of the Nation (Upper House of Parliament) on the historic site Hippone in Annaba (600-km east of Algiers).
ORAN- An agreement for the restoration of the Bey Palace and the Pacha Mosque, two sites dating back to the ottoman era was signed Thursday, in Oran (432-km west of Algiers), between the Directorate of Town Planning and Construction, and the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA).
ALGIERS- Feature film “Timgad” by French-Algerian Fabrice Benchaouche, a comedy on the return to the country of origin and its vagaries, received the special award of the 12th Geneva International Oriental Film Festival (Fifog), which wrapped up Sunday, announced the event’s organizers.