Painting Exhibition ‘Art Speaks’ Opened In Kabul

Mohammad Rasoul Bawari, Acting Minister of Information and Culture opened yesterday painting exhibition titled ‘art speaks’ in Kabul.
In a ceremony held on this occasion with participation of advisor to President on natural resources and environment affairs Dr. Abas Basir, a number of officials of MoIC and artists, acting minister of information and culture spoke related to role and position of art and artists in particular painters and praised those whose paintings have put in the exhibition.
He asserted that there were only artists who could paint moments of time and deliver their messages through their paintings to the people.
Meanwhile, an official for national gallery Sabira Rahmani also spoke to the exhibition and said that 22 paintings painted by Mohammad Amin Nadem, Ghulam Nabi and Musa Khan Raja were put for exhibition.
Representing other painters in the ceremony, Mohammad Amin Nadem praised MoIC for its cooperation in holding the exhibition and briefed related to painting art.
It is worth mentioning that the exhibition will be open for two more days.
According to another report, acting minister of information and culture met yesterday with speaker and members of Afghanistan young parliament.
In the meeting, speaker of the parliament Agha Mohammad Quraishi briefed related to modality of the parliament’s works and activities and asked MoIC to keep members of the parliament into consideration for job vacancies announced and learning programs held by MoIC in capital and provinces.
Acting minister of information and culture asserted that his ministry would be in service of the parliament and other youth of Afghanistan.
Meanwhile, acting minister of information and culture by considering role of youth as active and effective in development of the society and talented youth could join various departments of MoIC through open competition process.