* International Festival of Language and Culture 2019 - Colours of the World *
International Festival of Language and Culture 2019 - Colours of the World
International Festival of Language and Culture ('IFLC') is an annual celebration that showcases the diversity of linguistic talents from across the globe, with the sole vision of uniting nations of the world through universal human values and also promoting inclusiveness.
It's the living embodiment of respect, harmony and peace that can be achieved with the universal language of art, dance and music ' colours of the world.
The IFLC Australia has been staged in several iconic venues, including The Melbourne Exhibition Centre in 2015 and 2017, in which it attracted more than 7000 people, and the Sydney Opera House in 2016 with more than 2300 people attending with many dignitaries including the Governor-General of Australia Sir
Peter Cosgrove and Governor of NSW Sir David Hurley. With more than 280 students from 40 different countries have performed so far, IFLC promises to cement Australia's position as the premier country to host the IFLC and, in doing so, embrace and celebrate inclusiveness and diversity.
Since the first IFLC in Melbourne in 2015, IFLC has been hosted by the very talented George Donikian and nationally broadcasted on SBS, which has been IFLC's major media sponsor. The IFLC Melbourne program in 2015 and the IFLC Sydney program in 2016 was given national TV coverage with a 1-hour highlights package being broadcasted on SBS One. Highlights from the 2017 IFLC Melbourne will also be broadcasted on SBS in November this year.
Adults $10 Child (4-16) $5 Wheelchair $10