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Children’s art goes on show

“One thing we surely owe to our children is the possibility for them to make good use of their potential,” say organisers of an upcoming children’s exhibition at Aigaia School of Art and Design. “Undoubtedly, art is a one-way street that can only lead to personal well-being and success,” they add.

Firmly believing that the significance of art in educating a person or an entire society is becoming an ever-growing necessity, Aigaia continues to cultivate the minds of youth and supports creativity. Thus, they are showcasing their young students’ pieces in an exhibition which opens today and will last until April 13.

“Our primary objective as a school of art is to set the grounds for our children to create and express themselves in their own unique way. Therefore, Aigaia School of Art and Design is inviting you to its annual exhibition of young artists.”

Being a leading example of supporting the arts, the school wants to encourage adults to acknowledge art as an important tool in education. One way to do so is by admiring the exhibited artworks and praising the students’ efforts.

There will be a blue party on April 6, inviting the public to admire the young artists’ constructions and paintings while wearing something blue. Treats and organised visual art activities will be part of the event in the true creative spirit of Aigaia School.

About Fantasy
Exhibition of children’s art. March 20-April 3. Blue party of the exhibition, April 6. Aigaia School of Art and Design, Nicosia. 6.30pm. Tel: 22-445757

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