Works Of Students Of Yerevan Art Academy Presented At Albert And Tov


Noyan Tapan
May 29 2007

YEREVAN, MAY 29, NOYAN TAPAN. Graphic works of more than three dozens
of 4-grade students of the Fine Arts Faculty of the Yerevan State Art
Academy are presented at the exhibition opened at the Albert and Tove
Boyajian exhibition hall of the Academy on May 29.

In words of Karine Gevorgian, the Graphic Department head, the
exhibition goal is to give young artists possibility to present
themselves as well as to assist their creative development. And the
academy students, in her words, are able to master the art secrets
and reach professionalism, owing to their diligence.

Faculty Dean Edik Vardanian mentioned that today’s young generation
is more couragous, that’s why young people are able to present their
works to the society without being inhibited. "The presented works are
the result of the creative mind. This exhibition again proves that
the Fine Arts Academy is able to prepare professional painters. And
we must in any way assist talented young people and give possibility
for they participate not only in republic but different international
exhibitions," E. Bardanian mentioned.

From: Emil Lazarian | Ararat NewsPress

Emil Lazarian

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