Dedication to diversity at the World Cultures Fair

“Cultural diversity is as important as biodiversity,” Spanish professor Daniel Delgado said in his welcome speech at the World Cultures Fair last Thursday, March 26. “The world is a garden, and with culture in it, humans bloom.” Students, professors and members of the Charleston community blossomed on stage at the annual LCWA-sponsored event, sharing not only their individual talent, but also their cultural heritage.

After an introduction from students Royal Pipaliya and Krystyna Rastorguieva, the show began with a song from Rastorguieva. Visitors to the fair crowded around the back lawn of the Stern Center Garden to watch the show and meandered through booths set up by the College’s international clubs and departments in front of the turtle pond. Check out some scenes from the event’s seventh year below:

(All photos by Laura Cergol)

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