Location: Sulaymaniyah – Iraq
Language: Arabic + Kurdish
Restrictions: A24 Clients
Three-day Art gallery for secondary school girls was opened in William Youhanna Hall in Sulaymaniyah to support the talented female students and highlight their skills.
Visitors expressed their admiration for paintings that reflect the students’ vision of nature and community issues.
Such galleries are an opportunity for students to develop their technical skills and reflect schools’ interest in supporting and developing these talents.
- SOUNDBITE (Helen Ahmed – Student):
- “Such galleries highlight the talents of the students. I hope you like it.”
- SOUNDBITE (Abu Baker- Visitor):
“We saw huge potential in the participants. They are talented and their paintings reflect nature, beauty, love, and optimism. These activities also indicate the efficiency of the schools and the teachers of art. We need these galleries to discover all the skills of the students and teachers as well.”
- SOUNDBITE (Kamran Nouri – Educational Supervisor):
“We support and develop talented students so they depend on themselves with their work, so become masters in this field.”