Environmental artfest on Hormuz Island PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 07 December 2009 10:56

Iran is planning to host nature-lovers at its 25th Environmental Art Festival, to be held on the country's southern island of Hormuz.

Environmental artists have been invited to create their works on the theme of 'soil', for which they can use the colorful sand of the Hormuz Island. Artists, however, are allowed to use limited amounts of the island's sand to preserve its unique natural resources. A one-day conference on the 'economy of environmental and land art' will also be held on the sidelines of the event. Located 18 kilometers east of the Qeshm Free Trade Zone, Hormuz Island is known for its beautiful red soil red soil and Hara trees.

The island has witnessed numerous artistic events, including Iran's 15th Environmental Art Festival. The world's largest sand carpet was also created by Iranian artists on the island.

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