For security reasons, identity of all visitors will be checked before entering the compound. 1) Students and library members are requested to produce their card.  2) Other visitors must present an official identity document (Passport, National identity card, Driving License). Only original documents - copies, scans and photographs not accepted 3) All bags are to be checked by security agents. Thank you for your understanding and kind cooperation!                                         Consignes de sécurité, L’identité de tous les visiteurs est contrôlée à l’entrée. 1) Les étudiants et membres de la médiathèque sont priés de présenter leur carte. 2) Les autres visiteurs doivent obligatoirement présenter une pièce d'identité officielle (passeport, carte d’identité, permis de conduire). Seuls les documents originaux sont acceptés. Les photocopies, documents scannés ou photographiés seront refusés.  3) Les sacs sont contrôlés de manière systématique par les agents de sécurité.  Merci de votre compréhension et de votre aimable coopération.

Mingalabar! FestivalMingalabar! FestivalMingalabar! Festival

2 to 4 December 2016 | Botahtaung Jetty | Dala | Wardan Jetty | Mahabandoola Park | Myaynigone flyover | People’s Park

On the occasion of the 55 years of cultural relations between France and Myanmar, the  (IFB) is organizing in partnership with the Governement of Yangon Region, Mingalabar! a multidisciplinary festival in Yangon from 2nd to 4th December 2016.

Following the parade of two giant puppets, more than a hundred French and Myanmar artists will present performances and live shows (concerts, street art, video mapping, fireworks, dance,…) in key locations of the city. Mingalabar! will be the opportunity to raise awareness on the urban issues and the role of culture and artists in the urban development of a city. To initiate this process, a pilot project will be presented with the artistic make-over of the Myaynigone flyover.

First multidisciplinary festival of international scale, Mingalabar ! will bring to Yangonites a breathtaking show investing and giving back the streets to its inhabitants. It will also position the city of Yangon as an active cultural city in South East Asia.

All public. Free entrance.


Mingalabar map

Author: IFB

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