- Similar to the Olympic Games for sports, bringing people together across the globe through
enthusiasm, the Delphic Games should unite people of all nations and cultures through
fascination for the arts.
- To provide human beings of all ages all over the world access to culture and art as a base for
emotional understanding among each other.
- The Delphic Games were held parallel to Olympic Games in ancient Greece and celebrated
one year prior to the Olympic Games for about 1000 years - until both games were banned as
heathen Games 394 BC
- The Olympic Games for sport revived with the founding of the International Olympic
Committee (IOC) 1894 in Paris - 1500 years after the ban
- The Delphic Games for arts and culture revived with the founding of the International Delphic
Council (IDC) 1994 in Berlin - 1600 years after the ban
- To make Art and Culture an important part of our everyday life.
- To change our social behavior based on awareness of other cultures.
- To integrate Art and Culture in the life-long education process.
- Participants - new, unique national and international forum to present their Art and Culture
- Audience - new, unique Active and Transparent participation system
- States, Countries, Cities - new, unique motivation for Art, Culture and social, political
- Economy - new podium for marketing and unique transparent Sponsoring opportunity
- National Contest - organized by the National Delphic Council (NDC)
- International Games - organized by the International Delphic Council (IDC) together with