SAVE THE DATE: Friday, April 21st for I FEST 2017
One of Webster’s biggest international events, I-Fest is quickly approaching! This year’s international festival is April 21st at 4PM. We’ll need your help again to make it successful! It takes a COMMUNITY.
Want to share a talent? Cook foods from home to share? Know how to play a fun game or lead a craft or activity? Just want to have fun and make new friends by working the festival? Everyone has time and talent to share. Join the International Community Festival that honors and celebrates what we each bring to Webster University.
Sign up here.
Look back at last year’s festival below!
I-Fest 2016– One World, Many Stories– highlighted the importance of storytelling and self-expression in the formation of culture and identity. I-Fest featured performances from renowned storyteller Oba William King, Spoken Word poet Kealoha, filmmaker Eliaichi Kimaro, and headline artist Kane Smego, an international SLAM Poet.
Both Kane and Kealoha led workshops at 2 pm for students prior to the event; those students performed on stage with Kane and Kealoha during the I-Festivities.
This event is brought to you by the Multicultural Center and International Student Affairs and the Student Activity Fee.
Free and open to the public.
The annual Webster University International Festival, or I Fest, is held each year in April. The annual exposition features food, music, dance, and displays, representing many different countries and cultures. The Multicultural Center and International Student Affairs presents I Fest each year to celebrate and showcase the international diversity of Webster University.
I Fest features professional performances, student performances, arts and crafts, cultural booths with international games, cultural activities, a variety of ethnic foods and sweets. I Fest provides Webster University international students an opportunity to be ambassadors for cross-cultural sharing.
To view photos from past I Festivities view our Flickr account !!
Check out our videos from I Fest 2012 Bridging Cultures
St. Louis Cultural Flamenco Society
Bollywood Dance by Webster University students
Chinese Guzheng Performance by Webster University student
Music of Mexico performed by Webster University students and Sr. Pedro Castillo