The ASPU exhibition hall at the Faculty of Art Education hosted the graduate exhibition headed “Yerevan Jan” organised the by the 4th-year students of the Department of Fine Arts within the scope of their pedagogical internship; the event was dedicated to the 2800th anniversary of Yerevan.
Among those participating in the exhibition were the pupils of the ASPU base college Cultural flow, Paining - Design sub-flow; their works were a true confession to the capital city Yerevan with images describing their native city.
Each work was prepared with unique approach, but still all paintings had something in common – the optimism and the permanent youth of Yerevan.
Among the guests of the exhibition were the lecturers and the professors of the University, teachers, pupils, and their parents. In his keynote address the Dean of the Faculty of Art Education Ara Hakobyan expressed acknowledgements to the students for continuing the tradition and organising the exhibition.
“This is a very impressive event where the past, present and future of Yerevan have been combined just like the three generations of painters here – the professors, the interns, and our future students”, mentioned the Head of the Internship Center Vahan Sargsyan and added that some of the paintings impressed so much that he was interested in getting acquainted with the authors.
In her turn, the Director of the ASPU Base College Ms. Naira Safaryan expressed her gladness and contentment in regards with the pedagogical internship passed by the students of the Faculty of Art Education at the base college, and added that the concluding exhibition was the result of the jointly successful collaboration.
At the end of the event the pupils received diplomas.