The Annual Fine Arts Exhibition
The Bahrain Annual Fine Arts Exhibition 44
In continuation of the trajectory of the arts scene in Bahrain, the annual fine arts exhibition continues its conquest of the traditional visual boundaries and transcend limits by mixing colours with thoughts, brushes with love of the open-ended spaces. Held under the patronage of the Prime Minister, HRH Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa. since 1972, the exhibition philosophy is free of any particular title or artistic direction, artists ‘contributions every year have been encouraged to be as spontaneous and uninhibited as possible in order to allow for a wide-ranging artistic and cultural debate, unconfined by any formal restrictions or boundaries. Full artistic expression is showcased unhindered for local audiences. What was first established in 1972 has now evolved into a popular yearly gathering of artists, from all over the country, all eager to show off their talents and work...
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A Youth Appeal Volunteer Group was launched in 2015. This volunteer base works with a variety of different causes - in recent, working with children that are dyslexic. This volunteer group aims to help people across different areas to improve the overall community and wellbeing. Students are encouraged to volunteer in their spare time to give back to those who need it. This youth group is for students of APG School. For more information, please click here .