LISAA School of Design's Ethnic and Cultural Day Celebration


 A Vibrant Showcase of Diversity and Creativity

LISAA School of Design (CREO Valley) hosted a special Ethnic and Cultural Day Celebration on Monday showcasing a vibrant display of diversity and creativity. The event was a resounding success, drawing in participants, students, faculty, and attendees from various cultural backgrounds. AFB Director Mr. Christian who was the chief guest of the programme said that he was really happy to see great talents studying at LISAA School of Design.
LISAA Strasbourg Director Mr. Benjamin said that he was really impressed by the programme and wished the students all the best.
Throughout the day, the campus buzzed with excitement as a multitude of activities unfolded. The Rangoli Competition kicked off the festivities, with participants showcasing intricate designs and creative expressions. The competition not only highlighted artistic talent but also served as a platform for cultural exchange.
The Craft Stalls added a touch of traditional artistry to the event, with skilled artisans showcasing their craft and offering attendees a chance to experience cultural heritage firsthand. The stalls were bustling with activity as visitors admired handcrafted artworks.

Avi Keswani, Founder and Director of LISAA School of Design said, "Cultural performances took center stage, mesmerizing the audience with captivating dances, music, and theatrical presentations. The performances showcased the rich tapestry of cultures represented at LISAA School of Design, fostering a sense of unity and appreciation for diversity among attendees."

A highlight of the event was the Ethnic Dress Competition, where participants donned traditional attire from various cultures. The competition not only celebrated cultural diversity but also provided a platform for self-expression and creativity. The winners of the Best Dressed Male and Female categories were announced amidst cheers and applause, adding to the festive atmosphere of the day.
Additionally, certificates were distributed to French students as part of the celebration, acknowledging their participation and contribution to the cultural vibrancy of the event.
Girish Keswani, Director of LISAA School of Design said, "The Ethnic and Cultural Day Celebration at LISAA School of Design was a testament to the school's commitment to fostering cultural exchange, creativity, and inclusivity. The event brought together individuals from different backgrounds, creating a harmonious and celebratory atmosphere that resonated throughout the campus." LISAA Nantes Director Mr. Christophe and Dewaele Clarie - Faculty, France LISAA students and Bangalore LISAA staff and students were present.

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