An Exhibition for painting on the day of science

19/12/2019 13:00:00

The Directorate of Artistic Activity Education in Sulaimaniyah has opened its art gallery on the occasion of the 'Kurdistan Science Day' with the participation of a group of teachers in the Department of Art, to mark this great national day.


"We opened the exhibition on the occasion of the national flag, with the participation of a group of teachers in the Drawing Department to support them by showing their talents on this national day and will continue for 3 days," Dalia Mohamed, the The supervisor of the exhibition, said.


"I participated in the painting of a child who raises the Kurdish flag on the national flag day to reflect the extent of patriotism," Yusra, the artistic teacher participating in the flag board, said.


"I am happy to be here for this beautiful exhibition," and "I hope it will work as a support for art, since they are teaching the importance of art and painting to the new generation as well as education and scientific education," Rizan Naushad, who was a visitor to this exhibition said.






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