18 December 2012

Gambia: International Art Exhibition Gains Momentum At UTG

The International Art for Understanding (IAU) exhibition that is currently underway at the University of The Gambia has gained momentum as more tourists, art lovers and students continue to visit the Law Faculty, where it is taking place.

Among the exhibitors were Gambian painter, Njogu Touray; Aktive Fredsreiser of Peace Foundation, The Gambia, Norwegian artiste; Lisbeth Vilkan Glad, the founder of International Art for Understanding; Jamaican artiste Madam Vilkan.

Speaking at the exhibition, Madam Vilkan said the interest to study people's life in different countries came up as she observes the differences in life styles. She said she has become aware that human beings' main needs are the same no matter where one comes from.

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