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The World of Colours of Azerbaijan in Abu-Dabi.


On October 17 an art exhibition under the name of “The World of Colours of Azerbaijan in Abu-Dabi” covering the paintings of young woman artists.

The project to be realized under the sponsorship of the Council on State Support to Non-Governmental Organizations under the Auspices of the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan and Embassy of the Republic of Azerbaijan to the United Arab Emirates is organized by Sonmaz Mashal Cultural Relations Public Union.

These creative women worked together and responded to each other’s pieces on Azerbaijani women’s lives and issues of gender equity, thereby supporting and building creative “conversation” and awareness on themes of contemporary Azerbaijani women’s lives – their challenges and achievements.

The paintings by the young woman artists of Azerbaijan Narmina Valiyeva, Zahra Mammadova, Ayan Nabiyeva, Roza Alakbarova and Sofiya Rasulova are demonstrated at the exhibition.

The aim of the project is to present art, culture, historical monuments, magnificent nature and beauty of our country to Abi-Dabi community and display the creative potential of our young woman artists.

For example, first a poet and a visual artist responded in their respective mediums to a workshop discussion on contemporary Azerbaijani women’s challenges and accomplishments in the workplace.

The chairwoman of Sonmaz Mashal Cultural Relations Public Union Shahla Naghiyeva stated that the event held together with celebration ceremony of 25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the Republic of Azerbaijan and the United Arab Emirate as well as Independence Day of the Republic of Azerbaijan gets high-level organizational support from the Embassy of the Republic of Azerbaijan to the United Arab Emirates .

The exhibition of the paintings by the young Azerbaijani woman artists is organized at the Emirates Palace Hotel in Abi-Dabi.

It should also be noted that project team of Sonmaz Mashal Cultural Relations Public Union organized the similiar cultural events in the USA, Australia, Germany, Italy, Hungary and Luxemburg several years ago.