Exploring Afghanistan’s Forgotten and Vulnerable Local Dances

Asia Culture House developed this project to identify forgotten local dances and dances that are prone to be forgotten. The project served as an awareness raising campaign on urgency and need to revive and retain local dances. The project had three main components and was successfully implemented by Asia Culture House, in collaboration with Porsesh... Continue Reading →

اقامت بین المللی هنرمندان کابل

خانه فرهنگ آسیا " پروژه ویژه ای را تحت عنوان اقامت  بین المللی هنرمندان کابل برگزار میکند. برنامه برای فصل زمستان طرح گردیده و قرار است بتاریخ 15 دلو الی آخر حوت 1397 در کابل برگزار گردد. خانه فرهنگ آسیا این برنامه را به هدف حمایت از هنرمندان خلاق برگزار خواهد کرد و از طریق... Continue Reading →

Afghanistan – Conceptions and Misconceptions

A group of Afghan Fulbright scholars held a multicultural event on conceptions and misconceptions about Afghanistan in Chicago, USA. This event was meant to explore realities on the ground from a local perspective and experiences, what future holds for Afghans and clarify misconceptions, if any. The dialogue was facilitated by Thomas Valenti, mediator and founder... Continue Reading →

Parwaaz Painting Festival 10-15 March 2018

Parwaaz Painting Festival was an painting festival in Afghanistan that was funded by United Nations and was successfully implemented by Asia Culture House in 2018. The project was designed and started on 1sth February and finished on 30th March. The main motive behind initiating this festival was to highlight the “Positive Role of Women in... Continue Reading →

Parwaz Painting Festival

Asia Culture House will organize Parwaz Painting Festival to celebrate 8th March, International Women's Day. This project is being funded by United Nations Development Program and will be implemented during March-April 2018. Through the project, nation-wide painters will submit their works that shed light on women's life in Afghanistan. A jury of qualified artists will... Continue Reading →

Youth Voice Artistic Exhibition Series

Asia Culture House conducts Youth Voice Artistic Exhibition series to support young male and female artists by providing them: 1.      Platform to share their works, 2.    Facilitating for maximum exposure of their works, The series of the exhibition also intends to motivate other youngsters to learn such hobbies, cherish life and make their voices... Continue Reading →

Publication of “Ghowghay Eshq”

Asia Culture House always tries to come up with unique programs to bring positive change in society and inspire others to join the journey and make a difference. An enduring example of its efforts is publishing the Novel of “Ghowghay Eshiq”, a novel written by Najib Farzad, the newly emerging storyteller. This love story is... Continue Reading →

Afghan Youth Voice Festival

Asia Culture House in association with Afghanistan Youth Cultural and Art Organization implemented the 7th Afghan Youth Voice Festival in Panjsher city, from March to August 2017. It was a social media festival and the objective was to empower the youths. Afghan Youth Voice Festival is a social media festival which is being implemented every... Continue Reading →

Kadbano Handicraft Exhibition Series

This series of exhibition is meant to support Afghan Women economically, women crafts culturally. This kind of exhibition has a great influence on the development and marketing of handicrafts and people become more interested in using indigenous products and try to use local handmade products instead of modern- fashion apparels. In the broadest sense, holding... Continue Reading →

From a happy actress to Love Marriage in Kabul

  International Afghan Documentary Film Festival (IADFF) in Sweden presents a yearly selection of cutting-edge documentaries about Afghanistan. These films are mirroring the typical life of Afghanistan through the anthropological eyes of Afghan and international filmmakers. This year the Festival was held in five categories and The winners are: Best Documentary of Afghanistan “A journey... Continue Reading →

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