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Despite all the chaos reverberating around Lebanon, including the garbage crises, escalating political tensions and security concerns, the arts continue to thrive, as if refusing to be stifled.The latest innovation in the country's artistic community is Hammana Artist House, a space dedicated to performing arts (as broadly defined) under the direction of Collectif Kahraba – a performing arts company of artists from varied backgrounds, founded in 2007 . The house will be equipped with rehearsal and performance spaces, along with a set-design workshop and housing for the artists in residence.Hammana House will have an official stone-laying ceremony on July 23 with a daylong program of entertainment starting at 3 p.m.Seven eclectic performances include a street parade, theater performances by Collectif Kahraba and concert by classically trained vocalist Rima Khcheich.
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