On May 2, “Magical colours of nature” exhibition was launched at the Applied Arts Gallery of the Republican Methodological and Training Center for Aesthetic Education.
The exhibition aimed to summarize the results of work done during the academic year and promote the topic of nature and its preservation. Other objectives included increasing awareness about wildlife, its preservation and damage caused by humans to the environment, as well as attracting pupils` attention to global environmental events such as Bird Day, Earth Day, World Environment Day and Arbor Day.
Nearly 140 works made by children and youth aged between 5 and 16 in the genres of fine arts, graphics, application, collage, the art of stained glass and Batik on silk were on display at the exhibition. Children demonstrated clothes featuring printed images of birds made through Batik technique.
The exhibition also featured quizzes, games and musical performance involving children.
Participants were awarded presents and certificates.