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Following the trend of mobile cultural projects – delivering books, theater and films to locations outside the capital – Tiro Association for Arts has wheeled out their very own Arts Bus Caravan initiative, aiming to bring cultural activities to a variety of villages around Lebanon.Funded by UNIFIL, the graffiti-decorated bus has been converted into a mobile theater/cinema that TAA intends to use to target marginalized areas that currently lack art spaces – providing workshops, screenings and an alternative space to exchange, provoke a response and unite through the arts.Rivoli Cinema has been closed for 29 years and TAA seeks to officially open it again to host the first edition of the Tiro Art Festival, which is set to be held Oct. 27-31 .The forthcoming arts festival will present a mix of theater performances, music concerts and short films.
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