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On 1 June 2019, the charity exhibition “Ashyq alaqan” opened in the National Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

The project “Ashyq alaqan” of the Children\s Art Center ARNAU opened in the National Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan on June 1, 2016. The motto of the project "Балалар - балаларға" promotes the content of a charity exhibition.

At the exhibition І “Ashyq alaqan” 195 student works were presented in 2016. The charity exhibition ІІ “Ashyq alaqan” was opened on October 7, 2017.

Abay Satubaldin, Deputy Director of the National Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan: “I congratulate you on the occasion. This event is held for the third time at the National Museum. The exhibition presented over 180 works of teachers and students of the art center "Arnau". The upbringing of a child begins from the childhood; therefore our museum pays great attention to the upbringing and development of children. In this direction, the National Museum has a center "Museum Pedagogy", where various events are held, projects are being implemented. I wish children creative success."

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The proceeds from the sale of paintings transferred to the charity fund to support disabled children "Balam-Ai."

As part of the project, the teachers of the Arnau Center conducted master classes on the course “Visual Arts and Non-traditional Techniques” for teachers and pupils of the Balam-Ai Center.

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The exhibition ІІІ "Ashyq alaqan" provided 180 works of students and teachers in 2019.

The team of the Center ARNAU is sure that this event is of great importance in the work of children.


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