site.bta13th Young Blue Earth Festival for Youth Art Opens in Plovdiv on April 21
The 13th Young Blue Earth festival for youth art will open in Plovdiv (South Central Bulgaria) on April 21. On the programme is the premiere of Our Precious Planet, a film produced by Regional Natural History Museum - Plovdiv and the European Space Agency (ESA), it transpires from a press release on the Museum's website.
The film is a digital planetarium programme dedicated to ESA's space missions for observing Earth and the universe. It was made under an ESA co-funded project of the Museum for developing digital planetarium programmes and accompanying educational events presenting ESA's missions.
Our Precious Planet will be screened on April 21.
Also to be presented within the two-day festival are the works of young artists from schools, kindergartens, and community centres in Plovdiv. The participants, aged between 5 and 18, use drawings, songs, and dances to present their ideas about the future and the preservation of life and peace on Earth. All drawings will be exhibited at the Museum.
A specialized jury will assess the submitted works and award the biggest talents.
The Young Blue Earth festival is organized annually by Regional Natural History Museum - Plovdiv on the occasion of Earth Day. The goal is to use creative and educational games to present nature's unique beauty and why people's help is necessary.