Wednesday, January 31, 2007


2: 213. جشنواره ي ِ هنر ِ زيستْ محيطي در كرانه ي ِ خليج ِ فارس

يادداشت ويراستار

امروز آگاهي يافتم كه هم ميهن ِهنرمندي به نام احمد نداليان، دست به ابتكاري شايسته زده و با همياري ي شماري ديگر از هنرمندان، نهادي فرهنگي-هنري به نام ِ
كانون ِ هنري ي ِ جهاني ي ِ پَرديس
Paradise International Environmental Art Center
را در روستاي كوهستاني ي پلور در 65 كيلومتري ي جادّه ي هراز در راه تهران-آمل و در چشم انداز ِ دماوند ِ سرفراز، بنياد گذاشته و پذيراي هنرمندان ايراني و جُزْ ايراني در زمينه ي هنرهاي زيستْ محيطي است.

اين كانون هنري، به تازگي از يك نمايشگاه به نام ِ
جشنواره ي ِ هنر ِ زيستْ محيطي ي خليج فارس
Persian Gulf Environmental Art Festival

كه در هُرمَزگان در كرانه ي خليج فارس برگزارشده، پشتيباني كرده است.

گزارشي كه در پي مي آيد، نخست به شناساندن ِ كانون ِ هنري ي ِ جهاني ي ِ پَرديس و روشنگري درباره ي پيشينه ي كهن ِ واژه ي پرديس و سپس به جشنواره ي يادكرده در كرانه ي خليج فارس مي پردازد.
كانون پژوهشهاي ايران شناختي، اين كوششهاي فرهنگي-هنري در ميهن را ارج مي گزارد و از راه ِ دور به دستْ اندر كاران ِ آنها درود و آفرين مي گويد. تا باد، چُنين بادا!
(.براي دريافت آگاهيها و ديدن تصويرهاي بيشتر ---> نشاني هاي داده شده در متن ِ گزارش)

Paradise International Environmental Art Center
?Where is paradise
Paradise is a small garden of Iranian environmental artists Ahmad Nadalian in Polour is situated in the north of Iran-Tehran (65th kilometer of Haraz- Amol Road).
The two little villas in this garden have been the host of many international artists from countries as diverse as Germany, The Netherlands, UK, Lebanon, USA, Australia, Switzerland, Ireland. The artists from visiting countries have stayed there and produced environmental art. The International artists here in Paradise experienced living with Iranian families, society and tested traditional foods.
Here in Paradise we have prepared workshops and short course for different groups of younger generation of environmental artists. Through discussion on examples of works by famous environmental artists they inspire and learn to develop their own works in nature. More

The signification of Paradise

PARADISE (PARDIS) is a celestial garden. The words of paradeisos in Greek, paradise in European languages, and firdaws in Arabic, originally came from Persia the "Avestan pairi-daeza" , meaning garden, itself was the terrestrial image of the celestial garden of paradise. The term of paradise also means a piece of land made more agreeable than its surroundings by cultivation or an enclosure, and especially a royal park. In the Islamic religious text paradise (firdaws), is described as an eternal spring and garden with which the trees have continuous blossoms and everything is joyful. There is no corruption in this world. The minerals are valuable and crystallized. In paradise the faithful recline at ease, drinking and enjoying the embraces of their celestial spouses. In this garden, there is no time and its inhabitants are all young.

According to Sufis, paradise is the manifestation of absolute beauty and the inhabitants of "Paradise" enter into every beautiful form that they conceive and desire . Moslem mystics simply interpreted paradise as being the good deeds of man.

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Paradise Online: WWW.RiverArt.Net/News

Report: Second section: Persian Gulf Environmental Art Festival

An environmental art festival was held recently (January 1-5, 2007) on the coast of Bandar Abbass, Hormoz and Shykh Andar Abi islands, in the Persian Gulf. More than thirty artists created a wide range of sand sculptures and environmental installations. Persian: * * *

At first the main aim at Persian Gulf Environmental Art Festival was arranging
a workshop for sand and stone sculptors. This was the initial suggestion of the Cultural office of Hormozgan, the Director of visual art center in Bandar Abbass. As a director of the workshop I changed the approach and now everybody is happy about the result and its extension. What began as a 3 day workshop is now planned to be an annual Winter event.

Supported by the Paradise International Art Center in Iran, on 22 January 2007 18

artists from other cities in Iran traveled to the Persian Gulf and continued creating art in nature with local artists.

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