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Strumica international art colony begins

06. August 2010. | 01:04

Source: MIA

Exhibition of doyen of Macedonian painting, Tomo Sijak, marks Thursday the start of the 47th International Art Colony in Strumica.

Exhibition of doyen of Macedonian painting, Tomo Sijak, marks Thursday the start of the 47th International Art Colony in Strumica.

The colony brings together 18 painters, mosaic artists and sculptors from Italy, Poland, Turkey, Bulgaria, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, Tunisia and Macedonia.

The colony is held under the auspices of the Ministry of Culture and Strumica Municipality.

Artworks created in the course of the colony, due to last until August 20, will be displayed on September 11, Strumica's liberation day.


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