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Mythic Inks: Biennale Of Hagiography & Hymnography 2023 Transcends Boundaries In A Virtual Spectacle

Athens, Greece: In a virtual symphony of art and literature, the Biennale Of Hagiography & Hymnography 2023 unfolded on December 23, 2023, creating a tapestry of creativity that resonated across borders. Hosted by Writers Capital Intl Foundation, the event brought together luminaries, artists, and literary enthusiasts from around the world, celebrating the convergence of hagiography, hymnography, and the spirit of Christmas.

The event commenced with a Presidential Address by the esteemed Preeth Nambiar, Founder & CEO of Writers Capital Intl Foundation. In a message steeped in the festive spirit, Mr. Nambiar extended warm Christmas wishes, inviting attendees to reflect on the profound sacrifice of Jesus Christ—a symbol of love and compassion for humanity. Expressing gratitude for the unwavering support of attendees, he announced the forthcoming Panorama International Literature Festival, set to commence on January 1st and extend throughout the month, promising to be the world’s lengthiest literature festival.

Irene Doura Kavadia, Secretary General of Writers Capital Intl Foundation, took the reins of the virtual gathering, guiding participants through the intricacies of the Biennale. With her leadership, the program seamlessly unfolded, showcasing the rich tapestry of hagiographic and hymnographic expressions.

Elisa Mascia, Coordinator Biennale Italy and WCIF Executive Member, welcomed guests, setting the stage for an evening of artistic exploration. The spotlight then shifted to Professor Jeffrey Levett, Honorable Member of the WCIF Advisory Board, who launched the revamped website of Writers Capital Foundation, marking a milestone in the organization’s digital presence.

The distinguished lineup of coordinators and committee members included Marco Antonio Rodriguez Sequeiros from Bolivia, Smaradgi Mitropoulou, Executive Member, Vasiliki Dragouni from WE editions, Giorgos Sardelis, Pilf Org. Committee Member, Georgina Tsismalidou, Youth Foundation Member, Voula Memou, Pilf Org. Committee Member, and others.

Notably, Antonietta Micali, Jury Biennale Italy, conveyed greetings and wishes from Tiberina President Pinardi, adding an international touch to the event. Filippo Papa, PILF Director, Dimitris Kannavos of Hellenic Media Group, and other distinguished personalities from around the globe graced the virtual dias, contributing their unique perspectives to the proceedings.

The heartwarming conclusion came as each participant shared wishes for love, solidarity, harmony, and world peace for Christmas and beyond. The virtual gathering exemplified the power of art and literature to connect diverse cultures, transcending physical boundaries.

As the digital curtain fell on the Biennale Of Hagiography & Hymnography 2023, the echoes of well-wishes lingered, promising a future where the written word and artistic expression continue to foster unity and understanding worldwide.

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