The Grand Sofar Hotel once stood as one of the greatest hotels in the region. Looted and abandoned for 43 years because of the Lebanese Civil War, it now returns as a cultural space.
The university kicked off its annual Festival Next, a celebration of arts through concerts, screenings, performances, workshops, and lectures.
Lebanon seems like too sterile a landscape to launch a free fashion school. Yet Creative Space Beirut exists in it as the only free fashion school in the Middle East.
Glass fusion design artist Nada Helou resurfaces for an exhibition this upcoming year, introducing Lebanese themes to her previous collections for the first time in her career.
Beirut Today interviews indie band Waynick on making easily relatable music, their debut EP and managing a band.
Postcards on their new dream pop album, the dualities of Beirut, and the waves in the music scene.
Beirut Today spoke to Day None about his electronic music, his style, his future aspirations, and all around vibe.
Organised every year in August for the last 4 years, the International Theatre Festival of Lebanon will be expanding its programme to include other artistic disciplines.
The displayed photographs and captions at the exhibition, which is being held in Beit Beirut, offer a representation of the civil war and what remains of it through the lenses of both amateur and professional Lebanese photographers.