The abkhazian cartoon "Abraskil's adventures", created in 2020 by the Abkhazian singer, artist and cartoonist Astamur Kvitsinia, was translated into English by the World Abaza Congress information portal.
Today the World Abaza Congress turns 30 years old.
The short film "The Lamb" based on the story of the people's writer of Abkhazia Alexey Gogua was filmed by a young director Amina Kvarchia.
An exhibition of 60 children's paintings by students of the circles of the Ochamchira boarding school and the Pitsunda studio "Art.Vabaga" was held at the Abkhazian Drama Theater in Sukhum on Children's Day on June 1. Young artists painted on a given topic - "Heroes of Abkhazian songs."
As part of the "Amazara" project of the World Abaza Congress and the ANO "Alashara", another film was made about the intangible heritage of the Abkhazians and Abaza. It is dedicated to the Abkhazian song. The director and screenwriter of the film was the Honored Artist of Abkhazia, head of the Samson Chanba Abkhazian Drama Theater Madina Argun.
The lullaby "Шьышь нани" with lyrics of the People's Poet of Abkhazia Bagrat Shinkuba became a musical symbol of the tragic events in the history of the Abkhazian people of the 19th century and the memory of the victims of the Caucasian War of 1817-1864. Conductor - Vladimir Spivakov, musical accompaniment - Great Academic Choir "Masters of Choral Singing".
A variety of flowers, plants and trees come to life and bloom in Abkhazia in Spring. The WAC information portal publishes a photo blog that conveys, at least partially, the real riot of these natural colors.
The WAC information portal presents a photo blog from the press screening of the "Sariya" play at the Abkhazian Drama Theater named after Samson Chanba.