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Naji Naaman's Literary and Cultural Salon
(Salon Naji Naaman Al-Adabiy Ath-Thaqafiy)
Launched in 2007, Liqa’ul-Arba’a is a monthly literary and cultural salon held every third Wednesday of each month during wintertime (from November to April) in the premises of Maison Naaman pour la Culture.
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
Meeting with the Abi Hanna brothers: Chawki, sculptor, about his works within the famous historic wax museum of Jbeil (Byblos), and Wajdi, painter, about his paintings. In the program: debates and free distribution of the latest books published by Maison Naaman pour la Culture.
Michel Ki’di, Chawki and Wajdi Abi Hanna, Naji Naaman
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Wednesday, February 17, 2010
Meeting with Jean Kmeid, writer, poet, journalist and critic, about his most intimate souvenirs with the great figures of the contemporary Arabic literature. In the program: debates and free distribution of the latest books published by Maison Naaman pour la Culture, as well as the last volume of Mr. Kmeid, entitled “Siyahatun ma’al ‘Udaba’ wach-Chu’ara’ wal Fannanine”.
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Jean Kmeid and Naji Naaman
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Meeting with Elias Khalil, poet and university professor, and recitation of zajal (Lebanese popular poetry). On the program: debate and a free distribution of Maison Naaman's latest releases.
Elias Khalil and Naji Naaman
Georgette Ki’di Al-Ghorayyeb and Naji Naaman
Wednesday, March 31, 2010
Meeting about Georgette Ki’di Al-Ghorayyeb, educator. On the program: free distribution of Maison Naaman's latest releases.
Wednesday, December 16, 2009
Meeting with Doctor Anis Moussallem, academic, journalist, jurist and writer, about his private life and public activities. In the program: distribution of free of charge books to all participants.
Anis Moussallem and Naji Naaman
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Meeting with Antoine Khoueiry, historian, journalist and writer, in a conference about al-zajal (dialectal poetry in Lebanon and Syria). In the program: debate and distribution of free of charge books.
Antoine Khoueiry and Naji Naaman