MINSK, 4 January (BelTA) – The Generation Z international arts festival and competition will be held at the Gorky Palace of Culture in Borisov on 1-2 February, BelTA learned from organizers of the festival.
Belarus will host the event for the second time. It is expected to draw more than 1,000 participants aged three years and older (last year's festival brought together 1,500 people). The application deadline is 25 January.
The festival will include such categories as vocals, choreography, theater art, fashion theater, and playing musical instruments. The concept of the festival also provides for exchanging experience between professional and fledgling artists.
Contestants' performances will be judged by a professional jury. All participants will be divided into Beginners and Advanced in various categories and genres. Every participant will get a medal, a diploma, and prizes from partners of the event. The best ones will be awarded the Grand Prix.
The program also includes visits to the BelGee car maker and Borisov Arena.
“We are happy to hold such a large-scale project in Borisov,” Deputy Chairperson of the Borisov District administration Anastasiya Kopikova said. “We are keen to develop event and industrial tourism and attract more visitors to Borisov with the help of various festivals. The city boasts a well-developed infrastructure and a good tourism potential. I has something to show,” she added.
The festival has been organized by the Zvezdochet festival center with support of the Borisov District administration.