Hasaka, Syria– The Kurdish Students Movement at Hasakah University held festival on Tuesday, under the name of “Hevin Hevi”, in the Cegerxwin hall in Tel Hajar neighbourhood in the city of Hasaka, northeast Syria. The festival was basically meant to draw the attention to children’s talents in the city.
Adnan Hasan, a member in the administrative assembly of the movement, told ARA News “the objective of this work is to develop talents and encourage children to show their capacities in public, especially children who live current situations.”
The child Ali Kanno tendered the festival, which included Kurdish folklore songs performed by the artist Faysal Ibrahim as well as declaiming poems by a number of children. Moreover, six children exposed their drawings with captions.
“Hevin Hevi” group performed two sarcastic plays about the current everyday life of Syrian people.
At the end of this festival, the children participants were honoured by organizers with collections of short stories and honour cards. The Kurdish Students Movement also granted membership card to the artist Faysal Ibrahim.
Reporting by: Sipan al-Kurdi
Source: ARA News
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