Interviewer: Esfandiar kushe
Solemaz Naraghi, Poet, Author and Artist: Wishing to Celebrate Freedom in Iran
Solmaz Naraghi is one of the poets who has been active on social media since the beginning of the revolutionary uprising of 1401. He believes that we are still completing the unfinished constitutional revolution, and in order to understand it, we must first turn our attention to another more comprehensive concept: progress or modernity. He said: “Spend time with him.
Solmaz Naraghi; Poet, writer and interdisciplinary artist
born in Hamedan on September 13, 1978, is an interdisciplinary artist, a graduate of Persian Language and Literature from Allameh Tabataba’i University, a member of the International Iranian Research Association, and a former lecturer in the Society of Calligraphers of Tehran, but in recent years has focused his professional career on producing literary and musical content for children.
He performs his songs and stories with setar and uses some capacities of Iranian music and indigenous musical performances in the production and performance of children’s works.
In his career, he has written two books, “Horn of Nambat” and “Mirzadeh Eshghi”, publishing research articles about contemporary Iranian art, writing and directing short documentaries about works of contemporary artists, solo and group exhibitions, performing stage poetry (performance of the puetri) and publishing two children’s musical books (Tati Tati and Hunter and Ducks), writing, directing and composing the series of amo Nowruz and the music chicken (BBC Persian TV), The title writing of Iraj Tahmaseb’s “Party” series is the final title song of two films “Shirin” by Abbas Kiarostami, and “Nasser al-Din Shah and his eighty-four wives” by Beata Peterson.