Opening an art exhibition

7/12/2019 11:41:00

An art exhibition has opened for a number of youth in the city of Sulaymaniyah.


An art exhibition has opened for a number of youth on December, 5 and 6, in the National museum of Amna Swraka in the city of Sulaymaniyah.


The exhibition was organized and opened by Kurdistan Save the Children as part of the " developing youth abilities program" for a number of Kurdish youth.


The exhibition was held with the participation of 35 artists and included 120 paintings from a number of different art schools.


The exhibition was sponsored by Sulaymaniyah Youth Center as part of its Annual Projects, which it presented to KSC after the completion of the courses held by the center for students and amateur painters.






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