Painting exhibition “The Danube colors”, open until the end of August

The painting exhibition “The Danube Colors” opened Tuesday evening at the Alexandria headquarters of the Teleorman County Center for Preservation and Promotion of the Traditional Culture (CJCPCT), the works being painted during July 22-27 by the participants in the creative camp hosted by the Agreement Center “Dunarica”, at the outskirts of Zimnicea, Agerpres informs. The head of Teleorman CJCPCT , Elena Popa, said at the opening that “this is only a part of the creations of the 40 talented children from Alexandra, Rosiorii de Vede, Videle and Zimnicea, aged 10 to 16 years old, who painted the Danube according to their own fantasy”. Among the young people in the exhibition, who knock on the doors of consecration, are Radu Miu, Alin Radu, Raluca Mocanu, Cristian Gavanescu, Irina Ungur, Andreea Iordache, Ana Maria Cherpec and Alexandru Bunea.

Related posts

A new record for a Romanian book. The Testament of Abraham exceeded 58,000 copies sold in only three months after its launch

Nine O' Clock

Korean ‘hanbok’ and ‘bojagi’ art can be known and admired at the Village Museum

Nabucco, in Opera’s Holy Week programme

Nine O' Clock