The second youth Fine Artists and Exhibition was inaugurated by Culture Minister Tayeb Hassan Badawi in Coral Hotel -Khartoum, organized by Afro-Arab Youth council within the framework of the activities of Awrabea award in its second edition amid a large presence of Fine Artists pioneers and their families, the minister stressed the importance of art and praised the role of artists in the beauty of life and the dissemination of hope The joy and optimism and praised the artistic paintings that were displayed indicating that it was characterized by technical, scientific and high aesthetic values high standards and saluted the minister who went to badminton, color, for youth to stay away from extremism and terrorism and said that the paintings exhibited expressed the Sudanese identity discussed by the National dialogue Conference, The minister directed to transfer paintings of Khartoum to International Book Fair, which will be launched on the seventeenth of Oct. The minister also assert his happiness and the great success achieved by the Khartoum Arab Forum for hair and Africa, hosted by Afro-Arab youth council. He said that the participation of the poets guests found a welcome of public poetry in the Sudan, he continued what was written by poets in the newspapers and the means of social communication for Sudan and was writing deep and beautiful, the minster reaffirmed his support for all cultural programs that contribute to the strengthening of cultural relations between the Sudan and the Arab and African countries.
For his part, the Dean of the Faculty of Arts, Dr. Abubakar Hadi praised the idea Exhibition of Young Artists noting that the exhibition will contribute to the prevention of visual pollution and shows the cultural diversity in Sudan, he said the paintings emphasized the excellence of the new generation and viewing student in college halls for the benefit of the arts students. The paintings were displayed in Studio second exhibition was (50) pieces and is part of many boards attended by young people in Awrabea Fine Arts Award competition, worth 3000 dollars, said a jury comprising senior artists in Sudan will meet soon to sort out the business involved and the announcement of the top the secretary general of the Council Awad Hassan said in his statement .