The International Olympic Committee (IOC) will hold a remote briefing for the media on Tuesday, 25 January 2022.
This media event will provide an opportunity to learn more about the Olympic arts and culture programme, Olympic Agora, which features seven creative Olympians and their new, original artworks inspired by the Olympic values and the magic of winter sports. A detailed press kit is available here.
Date: 25 January 2022
Time: 14:00 CET / 21:00 China Standard Time (CST)
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Deadline: 12:00 CET / 19:00 CST on Tuesday 25 January 2022.
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- Angelita Teo, Director of the Olympic Foundation for Culture and Heritage
- Neil Eckersley, Olympian (Great Britain, Judo, Los Angeles 1984 and Seoul 1988) and Olympian Artist-in-Residence for Olympic Agora Beijing
- Frederique Jamolli, Head of International Cultural Affairs, Olympic Foundation for Culture and Heritage
- Introductory remarks
- Q&A session
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