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Culture Minister Romascanu urges Romanians to go to the theatre, cinema or museums on World Art Day

The Minister of Culture, Lucian Romascanu, urges Romanians to celebrate World Art Day by going to the theatre, cinema or museums, to admire the legacy left behind by artists.

“Even though the COVID-19 pandemic has plunged many cultural institutions into uncertainty and chaos over the past two years, fortunately the cultural sector is now coming back to life. It is important that we do everything we can to rebuild it together every day. So let’s go to the theatre, to the cinema on World Art Day, or go to admire the legacy left by artists in the museums of the cities where you live. “The great Pablo Picasso so simply said such a profound truth. Let us be so grateful, as we may not have been before, for what Art offers us in all its forms. national, representing the deep meaning of all things – Art!” wrote Minister Romascanu, on Friday, in a post on Facebook.

Every year, on April 15, the entire world recognizes the immense contribution of artists to the enrichment of culture and spirituality by celebrating World Art Day. This date was chosen, symbolically, in memory of a complete artist: the sculptor, painter, architect and inventor Leonardo da Vinci (April 15, 1452 – May 2, 1519).

 

Photo: Facebook/Ministerul Culturii

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