An artistic "Water Festival" in Honduras

The Teatro Taller Tegucigalpa, in collaboration with ONE DROP and Oxfam, held a festival to celebrate World Water Day on March 22 in Tegucigalpa. Transforming the Redondel de los Artesanos in an outdoor space where creativity reigned, the artist RIFH (Iván Fiallos) set the tone for the "WATER FESTIVAL"!...

In the capital, Tegucigalpa, 35% of families do not receive water in their homes and are supplied by trucks visiting their neighborhoods. To show solidarity with everyone who don’t have access to safe drinking water and adequate sanitation facilities, 12 Honduran groups and artists got together to offer creative interpretations on the theme of water through different artistic disciplines: theatre, aerial dance, video mapping, juggling, contemporary dance, water drums, living statues, dramatic sculpture, projections, live tattooing, DJ and much more!

It’s in this eclectic atmosphere enjoyed by young and old alike that was celebrated water, this vital natural resource.

Published on March 25, 2013


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