World Youth Art Forum at Sheraton Sharm El Sheikh
The world's largest artistic gathering activities has included workshops for visual arts, photography, painting, animation, experimental arts, sculpture, experiential theater, music and film, short film competition.
Sheraton Sharm hosted three artistic events; the first, on the tenth of October, under the title "Egypt International Sculpture Forum," where the most famous sculptors and artists formations in Egypt and several foreign countries participated, The second event started on 20 October and was joined by the most famous painters to draw on the boats, and to work on formations and color models to beautify the streets and squares of Sharm el-Sheikh. The third event took place on 25th of October under the title of the World Youth Arts Forum with the participation of 300 artists and specialized artists in various fields of plastic arts.
The Organizers from 40 countries, including Germany, Italy, Georgia, Russia, America, Serbia, Jordan, Tunisia, England and Saudi Arabia, as well as Egypt, were keen to have this event in Sharm el-Sheikh city to promote tourism and culture.
General Khaled Fouda, Governor of South Sinai, inspected the works of artists who participated in the activities of the World Youth Arts Forum, held in Sharm El-Sheikh, under the patronage of the Governor of South Sinai, the Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Tourism.
The governor of South Sinai praised the work done by the most prominent and most illustrious artists in the world and decided to distribute the artworks in the fields and streets of Sharm el-Sheikh to be attended by guests participating in the World Youth Forum. Great artwork; turned the city of Sharm El Sheikh into an open museum.
.The closing ceremony of the forum held at Sheraton Sharm Hotel, Resort, Villas & Spa, in the presence of General Khaled Fouda, Governor of South Sinai and attended by many iconic figures.
The success of the event will promote Egyptian tourism and culture and underline peace and security in the country.