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III Delphic Games 2009

Jeju / South Korea
September 9 - 15

"In Tune with Nature"

H.E. In-Chon YU, Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Republic of Korea
Mr. Tae-Hwan KIM, Governor of Jeju, Self-Governing Province

Mr. Prof. Geonyong LEE, President, Korean Delphic Council
Mr. Jong-Duck LEE, Chairperson of the Organising Committee
Mr. Sang Man LYI, Former IDC President

From 54 countries - according to the Organising Committee - among them Australia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, Chile, China, Czech, Ecuador, Egypt, France, Georgia, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, India, Italy, Ireland, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Malaysia, Mongolia, Netherlands, Nigeria, Norway, Oman, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Russia, Singapore, Slovakia, South Africa, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine, USA, Uzbekistan, Yemen

Delphi, Greece
Kastalian Spring Ceremony - three months prior to the Games

Korea - serveral places
Water ceremony
Composition of a Hymn

Street parade in Jeju
Opening Ceremony
Delphic Arts Competitions
Delphic Arts Festival
Closing Ceremony

Art Categories and Disciplines

Acoustic Arts
Singing, instrumental, electronic sounds

Performing Arts
Dance, theater, circus

Lingual Arts
Literature, lectures, moderation

Visual Arts
Painting/graphics, sculpture/installation, photography/film, architecture, design, fashion, handicraft

Social Arts
Communication, internet, media, pedagogic, didactic

Ecological Arts
Landscape and city planning, preservation and conservation of Nature, Buildings, Memorials and Monuments

Jeju Halla Dom
Culture & Art Centre
Jeju Stone Park
Shinsan Park
Jeju Media Center
Delphic Hall of Fame
Delphic Agora - Meeting place

Exceptional artists are honoured with special awards such as Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals, Lyre Awards and Laurel Awards
All Participants received a Certificate of Participation, Games Handbook, and Poem Book