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Cultural Event: “The Life and Works of Ahmad Shamlou” with Jalal Alavinia (virtual)
January 23, 2022 | 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Join the Persian Art Center in Carolina for a look at the life and works of Ahmad Shamlou, Iranian poet, writer, and journalist, featuring speakers Dr. Amir Rezvani and Jalal Alavinia. Jalal Alavinia is a translator, publisher, and literary researcher. The event will include time for virtual socialization, questions and answers, as well as poetry readings by the audience. This event is in Persian.
Sponsored by Persian Art Center in Carolina.
Persian Art Center in Carolina