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End of Year Art Exhibition

End of Year Art Exhibition

30 May 2019 | Uncategorized
Students from more than 20 schools took part in a five-day art exhibition and competition at the Harbour Gate in Bahrain Financial Harbour.
Harbour Gate has been evolving as a destination for artists, art lovers and collectors all across the kingdom in the past three years after continuous exhibitions and events held there.
This year, Harbour Gate has decided to give young artists the opportunity to reveal their talent and artistic skills.
Working together with the Education Ministry and public and private schools, the event gave final year students the opportunity to exhibit their art projects, starting Sunday.
Paintings, photography and sculptures were showcased in a large-scale exhibition in the public areas of Harbour Gate.
The exhibition was aimed to not only attract students, families and teachers, but also local and foreign dignitaries, staff and the general public.
The opening ceremony was held on the first day of the exhibition with painter and honorary president of the Bahrain Arts Society, Shaikh Rashid bin Khalifa Al Khalifa, as chief guest.
Harbour Gate has also announced 12 winners on the same day, who were selected and evaluated by a professional committee of judges.
The event is the first-of-its-kind to be held for final year students from all secondary schools in Bahrain, where they are granted a chance to exhibit and sell their artwork under one roof.

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