Wednesday, May 04, 2016

The Igrar Festival 2016

The Igrar Festival will take place in Ouarzazate from May the 6th to the 8th
This Festival is organised by a group of young people who decided to contribute to the evolution of the region.  The festival is open to working with many local and national NGOs, all of whom have contributed their activities voluntarily.

The Igrar NGO for Development and Art, in partnership and coordination with various organisations, institutions and other NGOs, has organised the Festival IGRAR for Development and Art of Ouarzazate under the motto “All together for development”.

The previous two editions of the festival have left a positive impact in the region by its interest in development using art and has attracted a large number of visitors.

The IGRAR Festival celebrates and commemorates several personalities from various sectors in recognition of their contributions to the region and Morocco.  The three nights of the festival take place at the Kasbah of Taourirt.

The environment awareness activities associated with the festival start three months before the festival. The festival volunteers collect used plastic water bottles, distribute them to local school students to design art works, within the framework of the competition “Schools and Environment”

As in previous editions there will be a number of training workshops in the fields of photography, showmanship, traditional cuisine, music, pottery and reading.

During the festival a stage is always available for young talent from the region

There will be a "solidarity walk" around the main streets of the city highlighting environmental awareness. During the three days of the festival, visual artists will illustrate the "solidarity wall" that will be signed by people of all ages and the festival participants.

IGRAR Festival is unique, characterised by its diversity. Culture, art, development, history, heritage, solidarity, awareness, education, exchange, sharing, training, creativity, talent, taste, feeling, exhibition, workshops, parties, competitions, meetings and much more
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