Fine art exhibition by children refugees from Ukraine inaugurated at Chisinau-based library
14:20 | 04.04.2022 Category: Culture
Chisinau, 4 April /MOLDPRES/ - A fine art exhibition titled, The Rainbow Sea, by children refugees from Ukraine has been recently inaugurated at the Ion Creanga National Library for Children.
Contacted by MOLDPRES, project manager and the exhibition’s curator Valeria Barbas said the exhibition comprised 13 works made in various techniques by children refugees from Ukraine, belonging to various ethnic groups (Ukrainians, Azeri, Romanies); the exhibition presents the results of an artistic painting master-class.
The exhibition, the Rainbow Sea, is the second one of the series of events due to be held in diverse locations and will present to the public the art of children refugees from Ukraine (the first exhibition took place at the Community Centre from the Hartop village, southern Cimislia district).
The exhibition is organized by ArsZona, the Association of Teachers of Visual Arts from Moldova, in partnership with the ArtaAzi and the Ion Creanga National Library for Children. It will be opened during one month.