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The Eighth Day: International Exhibition Project

The Eighth Day: International Exhibition Project
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10 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Gallery "Labyrinth" (3rd floor)

The opening of the international exhibition project "The Eighth Day" will take place on February 20 in the Library.

The event is organized by the National Library of Belarus and the international public association Sojuz masterov-mirotvorzev “Svet” (Union of Masters-Peacekeepers "Svet").

The work of art is not only the result of the subjective refraction of reality in the artist's mind, but it is also his direct contribution to the creation of a collective model of the world.

Expressing ​​harmony, beauty and professionalism in their works, the artists of the Union of peacemakers transmit a life-affirming world view into the surrounding space, trying to achieve a synergy effect in the creation of spiritual structures of culture.

The exhibition project will represent masters of contemporary Belarusian fine and decorative art, as well as artists from Russia and Kazakhstan.

To promote creative activity and promote the socialization of children with special needs or disabilities, the children's works selected during the workshops held at the Republican Children's Rehabilitation Center (Minsk) will be exposed at the exhibition.

The opening will begin at 4 pm in the "Labyrinth" gallery (3rd floor).
Telephones for reference: (8 017) 293 28 81, 266 37 37, 293 28 23.

See also:
"The World Is in Your Hands": Exhibition of Harmony and Goodness Opens


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