Under the title Poopak, the Isfahan children’s painting competition was held nationally in 2019 and 2020 and its themes successfully captured their attention. Stepping into an international level in 2022, the competition aimed to evaluate children’s perception of the city and reinforce their sense of belonging and urban identity. In its fourth year, it is now open to children aged 4 to 18 years with the theme: “Jobs of My City”.
Isfahan Children’s Painting Festival is held internationally this year, while its scope was at the national level for the two past years, Zahra Kazemi the executive director of the festival said. The festival aims to
As the secretariat of Isfahan International Children’s Painting Festival (IICPF) released, children from all over the world and Isfahan’s sister cities in particular can participate in this event. The Festival is open for entries and
As the secretariat of Isfahan International Children’s Painting Festival (IICPF) released, children from all over the world and