18 Youth Graduate From Ghulam Mohammad Maimangi Gallery

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Wednesday, November 08, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Up to 18 graduates have received certificates during a meeting attended by the Acing Minister of Information and Culture, Associate Prof. Sayeda Mujhgan Mostafavi on Tuesday.
The acting minister congratulated them to have graduated from the art section of the gallery and said all values of the country’s territory comprised rich culture, art and history of Afghanistan.
“The values of a nation has link to the culture and art of the society,” said Mostafavi regretting for his ministry to have faced lack of budget and asserted that less attention had been paid to the cultural and art. The acing minister blamed continued imposed war the main reason behind challenge faced by the art and culture of Afghanistan.
She said the ministry was intended to establish cultural centers in six provinces of the country and hoped that these centers could be completed and utilized as cultural complex within the next two years.
Cultural advisor to the national security, Najibullah Manali also spoke at the meeting and said that nothing effective had so far been made in the field of culture and art in the country in the past, and that only 0.3 percent or 3 out of 1,000 afghanis have been spent in cultural areas.
He asked the government to provide ground for the country’s artist and support them more than ever.
Head of the gallery, Mohammad Hashem Shareq said the gallery had provide proper ground for the youths and today up to 18 students have graduated from art and culture section of the gallery.
He said the artists and culturists need the government support and the ministry of information and culture should support them well to could display their art and culture.
Suraya Raiszada

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