Check out the presentations and demonstrations by our cultural display and activity booth participants.
Virtual Cultural Expo
by Magally Martin, Neighborhood & Community Services
Italy, France, Micronesia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Mexico
by Dana Alfano D’Ettorre
by The Pasupuleti Family
The importance of India
Philosophy of India
Making Mango Kulfi
by Tunde’s Sugar Art Studio
Hungary is a small country in the center of Europe, founded in 895. With its gorgeous natural resources and impressive history, it’s definitely worth a visit – even if just virtually this time. Welcome to Hungary!
Information about Hungarian culture
by The BG Burmese Community
German Cooking Demo
by Nikki & Kirby Welcker & Katharina, Emil & Fanny Preuß-Neudorf
by Chien Nguyen
Venezuelan Folk Storytelling
by Leyda Becker
El Conejo y el Mapurite, or “The Rabbit and the Skunk” is a traditional folktale originating from the native people from La Guajira.
The Guajiro live on the Guajira peninsula, in the extreme northwest part of Venezuela. The border between Colombia and Venezuela crosses the peninsula from north to south, dividing the Guajiro territory into two sectors. El Conejo y el Mapurite, compiled by Ramon Paz Ipuana, Adapted by Veronica Uribe, Illustrated by Vicky Sempere and narrated by Leyda Becker, a native from Merida, Venezuela. English subtitles were provided by Leyda Becker
by AFS Intercultural Programs
Community Action of Southern Kentucky
by Heath Ray
We team with community partners to provide human services with dignity and respect, empowering people in Southern Kentucky to achieve stability and economic security. Community Action changes people’s lives, embodies the spirit of hope, improves communities, and makes America a better place to live. We care about the entire community, and we are dedicated to helping people help themselves and each other.
by Heath Ray, Peace Corps Volunteers
Tanzania is about twice the size of California and home to so much diversity and beauty. I hope these pictures inspire appreciation for this country of about 58 million people. I had the privilege to live in Tanzania while serving in the US Peace Corps. There are even Tanzanian people who reside in Bowling Green. Also hundreds of refugees who fled their homes in neighboring African countries waited in Tanzanian camps before being invited to bring their diversity and beauty to our very own community. The world is so big and so small!