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Masrah al-Madina will once again open its doors to young people Wednesday evening.Over the course of five days, Mishkal will bring these fresh talents together in the spirit of promoting creative expression "by the youth, for the youth".Mishkal's wide-ranging program includes film screenings – scheduled to commence daily at 8:50 p.m. – and music performances, workshops, roundtable discussions and a festival-long exhibition of art and photography featuring work by 15 young artists.For Ashkar, the 2014 edition is particularly unique because it marks the anniversary of the Masrah al-Madina, the institution she herself founded 20 years ago and which the students have revived in preparation for the festival.Ashkar emphasized that this five-day artistic celebration would not be possible without the work of the student organizers and youth associations.
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