Emblazoning the innate artistic spirit of child artists in the city, Gallery Cosmos and Cosmos Atelier71 arranged a daylong watercolour painting, printmaking and origami workshop titled ‘Inside Out’ at the Cosmos Centre, Malibagh, in the capital.
From 11 am to 4 pm, more than 25 children from different parts of the world joined the event with their parents at the Cosmos Atelier71, showcasing their creative artworks in the workshop. The participating artists were from Bangladesh, Canada, India, Ireland, USA, Portugal and other countries, currently residing in Bangladesh.
"It's a very unique and refreshing approach and a joyful experience for us and our children. They are the main attraction here today, and we thank the organizers for this remarkable initiative where our kids are showcasing their artistic freedom," said Mr Roman, who brought his daughter to the workshop.
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Regarding the initiative, Bangladeshi artist and lecturer at the Yunnan Arts University, China, Mong Mong Sho told UNB that this kind of workshops are really necessary to thrive and celebrate the artistic passion of the children.