Origin

In 566 B.C. , Olympic Arts was born in ancient Greece. According to the ancient Greek calendar, arts and sports competitions chose to take place at staggered times, "Every four year, the third year after each Olympic Games". The duration will not exceed three weeks.

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Revival

The modern Olympic Arts were initiated by the Frenchman Marc Verriere in 1992, it was recognized by the Centennial Congress of the International Olympic Committee - Paris 1994, in France, and became one of the key elements.

On July 10 and 11, 1995, the global Olympic Arts founding conference was held at the UNESCO headquarters, which was supported by the United Nations, UNESCO and the Centennial Congress of the International Olympic Committee – Paris 1994. Representatives from 65 countries and regions together with dignitaries witnessed the signing of the first Modern Olympic Arts Charter in order to revive the “Olympiads” of art that the ancient Greeks established in 566 BC. , which determined the organization and legal status of Olympic Arts officially.



Artists from all over the world, whether amateur or professional, not subject to any age or cultural restrictions can participate. After a unique criteria, the best universally recognized works will be awarded the Olymp'Arts Gold Trophy and prize money, which will be presented to the whole world at the events.

65 countries and regions signed the charter of Olympic Arts at UNESCO on July 10 & 11, 1995

Vision

Revival of Art Olympiads

Invite people of different faiths, languages, and races from all over the world to come together to revive and promote the "Olympic Arts" so that art can play a more important role in building a better world.

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Constructe the Future of Art

Olymp'Arts encourages the creative power of art worldwide, showcases and promotes artistic ideas and works of unique value, and is committed to promoting the development of contemporary art and the achievement of great artists of the future.

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Promote the Global Art Ecology

Olymp'Arts has established cooperative alliances with more than 100 official institutions, international organizations, and foundations in more than 60 countries/regions in the world. We are willing to join hands with global partners to build a multi-level, multi-form, and resource-sharing art ecology.

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