Introducing an Iranian Illustrator to Participate at Biennial of Illustration Bratislava Workshop

An Iranian illustrator was introduced to Biennial of Illustration Bratislava (BIB) to participate at the illustrator workshop for developing countries in Slovakia.

According to Kanoon General Directorate for Public Relations and International Affairs, call for this workshop was simultaneously announced by Kanoon, Children’s Book Council and Iranian Illustrators Society. After reviewing the applications of 12 illustrators, Zahra Amini was selected as Iran representative was introduced to this prestigious international event.

The title for the workshop is the same as the name of its founder, “Albin Brunovsky”. The illustration workshop is a side activity of Bratislava biennial illustration held with the goal of training young illustrators round the world.  

This workshop is supposed to be held in Bratislava, Slovakia from Oct 17 to 23, 2021.
The organizers of the workshop are supposed to review and announce the names of the  introduced volunteers  by various countries to participate at the workshop.

Biennial of Illustrations Bratislava Workshop not only provides illustrators from developing countries with the chance to exhibit their best works, but it gives them a chance to come to know the specialists and the publishers of such works. 


Based on this, Zahra Amini was born in Isfahan in 1995. She studied visual connections at  Sepehr Art University, Isfahan.
Amini has illustrated for “Babouneh Flower”, “Javad Loves Cooking”, and “Call me Worn Out” all three books published by Bae Lebanon publications, and “Thorns”, a book published by KBKU Publications, Qatar.

It is reminded that Institute for the Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults is selected by IBBY (International Board on Books for Young People) in Iran to introduce Iranian illustrators to Biennial of Illustration Bratislava. This biennial supports an illustrator to participate in art workshop every period. 

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