Since the beginning of its establishment late last year, the Culture Body in the Autonomous Administration of north and east Syria has documented archaeological sites and revealed the extent of the damage done to them, and plans to show the crimes of mercenaries against them.
In order to revive and spread Syriac art and culture, the Syrian Syriac Cultural Association in Syria, Hasaka branch, opened Abdul Masih Al-Qarabashi House.
The Training Committee in Kurdistan Communities Union (KCK) congratulated the Kurdish Language Day and called on the Kurdish people to work for the preservation and development of Kurdish culture and language throughout the year. It also called on everyone to learn Kurdish language and use it in all fields of life.
The Baki Khaddu Center for Culture and Art in the city of Kobani commemorated the martyr, Gurbet Aydin (Mizgin) on her 27th martyrdom at a ceremony.
Under the patronage of the Culture and Art Committee, an exhibition of pictures of the leader of the Kurdish people Abdullah Ocalan on the occasion of his birthday was opened today at the Al-Khabour Center for Culture and Art.
Al-Jazeera region's intellectual have congratulated all peoples of liberating of the IS' last strongholds in north and east of Syria, and the intellectuals have urged to redoubled efforts at this stage and to educate the people to end extremist ideas planted by Daesh among the people of the region.
Jamil Horo Center for Culture and Art in al-Sheikh Maqsoud neighborhood in Aleppo city organized an evening music for the trainees of the children who ended two stages of training on the musical lessons in order to encourage them and raise their morale.
The children of Afrin express by the lyrics by the artist Ferhad Aloush on the extent of pain suffered by the attacks of the Turkish occupation on their city and displacement of their homes, stressing that their songs would continue the resistance and adherence to the land of Afrin until liberation, in addition to denouncing the plot waged against the leader Ocalan.
The Martyr Yekita Hergul Academy for Culture and Art in Tirbespiyê district completed a course for music education in which 16 trainees participated during a celebration.
15 children from Afrin expressed, through 110 drawings and manual works, what Afrin witnessed of aggression by the Turkish occupation army and mercenaries, highlighting the culture of the people of the region. They said, "We will transfer our culture from generation to generation and the enemies will not be able to erase it."
The victories of Women's Protection Units(YPJ) fighters against mercenaries inspired him to draw a painting suggestive of democratic Syria. The sculptor and painter Jamal Abdel Salam, who faced many an atrocity by Daesh, said he saw the coexistence in Rojava and the north-eastern regions of Syria.
Copies of the works of Kurdish People's Leader Abdullah Ocalan were presented at the Beirut International Arab Book Fair at its 62nd edition, with participation of 245 publishing houses from around the world.