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Art Categories

The six Delphic Art Categories


The worldwide forum for the Delphic Games offers a platform for peaceful understanding, which has not existed before in range and content or in networking. It needed to find starting points to avoid any regional, cultural, artistic dominance to integrate hundreds of years traditions and the experiment to give the new a stage.

To honour those facts the International Delphic Council defined with the help of international bodies’ six art categories, giving the art disciplines its roof. The respective art categories are dividing in numerous disciplines, to create a basic design for the program of the Delphic Games. The Delphic Art Categories representing contemporary, popular, and classic-traditional aspects of each single discipline.

Music Arts
Singing, instrumental, electronic sounds …

Performing Arts
Dance, theater, circus …

Language Arts
Literature, lectures, moderation …

Visual Arts
Painting/graphics, sculpture/installation, photography/film, design, fashion, handicraft …

Social Arts
Communication, internet, computer games, media, pedagogic, didactic, rituals …

Architecture & Ecological Arts
Landscape and city planning, preservation and conservation of Nature, Buildings, Memorials and Monuments …




The Symbol of the National Delphic Council Of South Africa references Ubuntuism or Hunhuism It is an idea from the Southern African region which means literally “human-ness,” and is often translated as “humanity towards others,” but is often used in a more philosophical sense to mean “the belief in a universal bond of sharing that connects all humanity


The Symbol of the Delphic Games

The Symbol of the Delphic Gamesof the Modern Era consists of an endless ribbon designed in a circle of six interlacing rings in the colours orange, yellow, green, blue, violet, and red on a white background. They symbolize the unity of the six Delphic Art Categories.