ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The National Institute of Folk and Traditional Heritage (Lok Virsa) would organize a two-day “Greatness in Diversity Festival” from April 5 at Lok Virsa.
The event would be started with culture strategy and policy session at Zarsanga Hall of Lok Virsa.
The Executive Director Lok Virsa Dr. Fouzia Saeed would highlight the diversity of culture in her keynote speech while the representative of Smithsonian USA David Pomerade would deliver lecture on creating database and search applications for Museum Archives.
Later, the representative of Smithsonian USA Paul Taylor would also present its research copy on the Museum and Community.
Zubair Torwali Institute for Education and Development also present its copy on the endangered dying traditions while Tina Sani also speak about culture take over; why traditions die.
Sikh Musicians performance, Faqir Zulfiqar Ali, Alghoza performance by Akbar Khamaiso would be part of the festival.
Nowruz celebration musical evening would be held at Open Air Theatre Lok Virsa on April 5.
Autaq celebration would be held on April 6 at Zarsanga Hall. More than 50 cultural organizations would participate in the event.