Tell us all about yourself and the traditions of your country at the ETU LETI Languages and Cultures Palette Forum
LETI invites talented students and educators from all over the world to participate in the 13th Annual Interuniversity Forum – Languages and Cultures Palette.
The Forum honours International Tolerance Day and in this year's theme is the folk art of different countries. The schedule includes a scientific conference to discuss the cultural heritage diversity of various countries: myths, folk poetry, theatre, music, dance, fine and decorative arts, as well as a great concert with students from all over the world.
The Forum will take place online via Zoom on November 24-25, 2020. If you want to present at the conference, submit your thesis in advance via e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org, before November 15. Please, follow the requirements in this newsletter.
If you like to participate in the concert, you'd need to record a video up to 5 minutes long. You can perform a traditional song or a folk dance, share a recipe for a national dish or talk about the culture, theatre or art of your home country. Send your video to email@example.com before November 20. Upon submitting your applications, don't forget to indicate your university and nation.
The official language is Russian, but articles and thesis for the presentation, your application letter or any questions you might have can be submitted in English.
This year the LETI multi-national forum is being held online for the first time. The organizers hope that the new format will increase the number of participating countries and allow representatives of different cultures to come together to exchange knowledge and get positive emotions.