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Summer in Beirut brings families and couples out to stroll along Zaitunay Bay, taking selfies and enjoying the view. Over the weekend, many of them paused in their meanderings, their interest piqued by the handcrafts being sold in booths bearing the title "Art in the Sun". As most artists cannot afford a permanent gallery or retail space, initiatives like Afkart are important for securing customers, and many vendors at "Art in the Sun" have been exhibiting on the platform for years.A stall for K ART & Design proffers Fairouz pillows and cups printed with Fairouz lyrics, as well as pillows and bags displaying pictures of old Beirut and Arabic script.Afkart's "Art in the Sun" in Zaitunay Bay will continue through June 21, from 6-9 p.m. daily.
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