2021-12-17

TOWARD WE100 | Shaping Our Future Together - The 2nd World Youth Arts International Touring Exhibitions

The "TOWARD WE100 | Shaping Our Future Together - The 2nd World Youth Arts International Touring Exhibitions", initiated by the International Olymp’Arts Committee and the International Joint Initiatives ASBL, with the assistance of the Italian Ministry of Education, the Italian National Network of Art High Schools-ReNaliArt and the National Academy of Arts Enzo Rossi, has been launched in Beijing on January 15, 2022, in conjunction with the selection of works for the 4th Italian High Schools International Art Biennale in China, which will take place simultaneously with this competition.

2022-05-12

RE[SURGE]: Parsons School of Design’s the 2022 Integrated Design Program Exhibition

After a lengthy period of seclusion, online re[search], and preparation, the 2022 Integrated Design Program exhibition celebrates the re[vival] and re[naissance] of design through a personal lens. RE[SURGE] is a diverse collection of projects that re[imagines] what design can be.

2022-05-10

Aqua Mater: A Photo Exhibition by Sebastião Salgado that Blends Water and Art

From 1 April to 22 September 2022, visitors to the Défense in Paris, France, can experience an exhibition that is an ode to the beauty and the fragility of freshwater and those who depend upon it. 

2022-05-04

The International Olymp’Arts Committee (IOAC) has reached a strategic cooperation intention with the School of Arts at Beijing Language and Culture University

According to the China Representative Office (Preparatory Office) of the IOAC, based on the current needs of the IOAC in China, the two sides have reached a strategic cooperation intention with the School of Arts at BLCU. The two sides will carry out cooperation at different levels of the Olymp'Arts Competition, provide a stage for students of the School of Arts to show their talents, and help the launching of the Olymp'Arts 2023.

2022-04-28

Netflix & UNESCO Announce the Winners of the “African Folktales, Reimagined” Short Film Competition

After launching a ground-breaking competition to find some of Sub-Saharan Africa’s up and coming filmmakers, entitled “African Folktales, Reimagined” Netflix and UNESCO can now announce the six winners.