Angolan Gallery Hosts Exhibitions of Children Drawing

Yeosu — Two children exhibitions, with over 300 drawings produced by Korean minors and other visitors, will be displayed in the gallery of the Angolan pavilion in the last two days of Expo2012, taking place since 12 May in Yeosu, South Korea.

This was announced to Angop by the national plastic artist Fernandes de Carvalho "Tozé", who is one of the curators of the gallery of the Angolan Pavilion.

He said that ten exhibitions of art have been held so far.

The artist explained that the drawings for children exhibitions were produced during a workshop of children art, whose best works will now be displayed for the public.

Expo-2012, opened on 12 last May, will close on 12 August in 2012, and in this ambit various national artists, who have presented their performances in the Pavilion of Angola.

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