Mar 26-31, Apr 2-3, 2005Lecture Series:Dr. Mohammad Ali Eslami Nodushan
the renowned Iranian poet and literary scholar (poster of the event)
Mar 26: Where is the World Headed: Prospects for the New Century
Mar 27: Why is Iran a unique country?
Mar 28: What is the Message of the Shahnameh for Iranians today?
Mar 29: Why has Literauture Become the Gateway to Iranian History?
Mar 30: Hafez: The Essence of Iranian History
Mar 31: What Continued from Iran.s Pre-Islamic Past
Apr 2: What Message Can Iran Have for the World?
Apr 3: The Secret of Iran.s Historical LongevityPlace:
Bahen Center for Information Technology (BA
), 40 St. George St.
March 16, 2005 Parviz Sayad at the premier of "Babak and Friends" in Toronto
Wednesday March 16th, 2005 at 7:00 p.m. Place:
Room 1160, Bahen Centre for Information Technology, 40 St. George Street
"Babak and Friends- A First Norooz" is an animated short film about a little boy named Babak who is caught up between two cultures and is trying to find his Persian identity through celebrating Norooz. Along side of Amoo Norooz and Haji Firooz he learns about his great heritage and the customs and rituals of Norooz.
March 12, 2005"Contemporary Iranian Artists in Diaspora"Lectureby Mrs. Firouzeh Aghdashloo
Time: Saturday, March 12th, 2005 at 4:30 pm
Place:Room B024, Bahen Centre for Information Technology (BA) in the
lower level, 40 St. George Street, Toronto, M5S 2E4
In this lecture, Mrs. Aghdashloo will talk about the role her institution has played in promoting Iranian talent in Toronto, specifically in the non-Iranian community.