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Opening in Algiers of Cultural and Scientific Week dedicated to children

The Cultural and Scientific Week dedicated to children was opened on Sunday at the Moufdi-Zakaria Palace of Culture, by the Minister of Culture and Arts, Soraya Mouloudji, in the presence of several children from different cities in southern Algeria, and the young Palestinian singer Mohamed Wael Bassiouni, invited for an artistic tour through several cities in Algeria.

Reviewing an exhibition prepared by the Center for the Development of Scientific Leisure Activities of the Ouled Fayet Youth Center, the Minister of Culture and the Arts visited various specialization stands, including those of astronomy, robotics and various experiments in scientific laboratories, physics and chemistry in particular.

“It is our duty to take a particular interest in this important fringe of society, to allow the Algerian child to forge his personality and accomplish himself well,” said Soraya Mouloudji, during a press briefing.

The Minister of Culture and the Arts also welcomed this week’s guests of honor, many children from different towns in the south of the country and the Palestinian singer Mohamed Wael Bassiouni, calling this young artist “a model for all Arab children who keeps a wide smile on his face, despite the pain and the bombings and all that the Palestinian children are going through”.

From August 10 to 26, the young Palestinian singer Mohamed Wael Bassiouni begins an artistic tour through several cities in Algeria, on the occasion of the celebrations of the 60th anniversary of the recovery of national independence.

Mohamed Wael Bassiouni will perform in Algiers, Msila, Annaba, Mostaganem, Ouargla, Bechar, Oued Souf and in Djemila (Sétif).

In addition and from August 6 to 15, many cultural and educational activities related to cinema, reading, and entertainment are on the summer program for children in several cultural establishments in the capital.

Thus and in collaboration with the National Center for Cinema and Audiovisual (CNCA), the Moufdi-Zakaria Culture Palace offers around fifteen cinematographic screenings with films such as “The Magic Ram” by Sadek Kebir and “Tales of Africa” by Djilali Biskri.

At the Moufdi-Zakaria Palace of Culture, activities for young audiences are also planned in addition to educational workshops related to the preservation of the environment, astronomy or robotics.

For its part, the Office Ryadh El Feth offers screenings at the Ibn Zaydoun room and at the esplanade as well as shows for children at the Green Theater.

For its part, the National Office for Culture and Information (ONCI) participates in this program with scheduled activities at the Abdelwahab Salim cultural center in Tipasa, in addition to making its mobile planetarium available to the Palace of Culture, for the 3D projection of documentary films on astronomy.

Two plays for children, “Khayal” and “The world of insects” are also planned and for the first time, on the stage of the Opera of Algiers, Boualem-Bessaih.

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