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Maimanagi Art Center, good place for improvement of youth talents

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Maimanagi Art Center, good place for improvement of youth talents

 Directorate of Ghulam Mohammad Maimanagi Art Center is one of the institutions which could have provided learning facilities of fine arts in various sections to its interested students.

Director of Maimanagi Arts Sayed Sabir Hashimi in an interview with The Kabul Times correspondent briefed related to activities of center and said, “This art center has various learning sections as painting, graphic, calligraphy, minatory, computer, children art, statue and handicrafts and tailoring.” He asserted that interested students were able to learn various art studies taught by experienced and professional teachers and could receive certificates after graduation, adding that nearly 50 students both male and female have completed their studies and graduated from different art sections during the past one year.
Related to absorption of students in the center, Hashimi said that daily dozens student joined the center as they knew that in consideration to government policy all programs and goals of the center were for enhancement of capability and empowering of talents of the country’s youth playing vital role in providing services to the people of Afghanistan.
Pointing to value of art sections in Afghanistan society, director of the art center stressed that all art sections could play valuable role in development of the society, adding that if a person wanted to be a good artist, he should improve his talent in relevant field as creativity and hardworking could help human reach top peek of success.
Hashimi by stressing on his accommodations in his working field said he has been lately appreciated by ministry of information and culture for his work and gifted cash rewards and appreciation certificates.
 
 

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