ALGIERS- The cultural days “Sahara inspires,” highlighting the richness of the cultural heritage of the Algerian great south, opened Thursday at Bastion 23 in Algiers.
The programme of these days, organized in coordination with the Ministry of National Planning, Tourism and Craft Industry, comprises several photo, visual arts and craft exhibitions in addition to screenings, meetings and conferences.
An exhibition on “ the Saharan architecture,” emphasizing the architectural style of ksours through aerial photos taken in Kenadsa (Bechar) and Temacine (Ouargla), is proposed to the visitors by the Algerian Centre of Cultural Earthen Architectural Heritage (Capterre).
The visitors are also invited to discover the photo exhibitions “Jaunt in the cultural park of Ahaggar,” by the National Office of Ahaggar Cultural Park (ONPCA) and the series “Portraits of the south” by photographer Fouad Bestandji.
These cultural days, inaugurated by Minister of Culture Azzedine Mihoubi, will be held until 10 February and foresee the screening of the documentary film "Tassili of Immidir, iconographic memory.”
Thursday, 02 February 2017 19:43