By Mohamed Najah.
Tripoli, 18 June 2013:
Residents in Sebha have the chance to take their mind off security problems for a short . . .[restrict]while and focus on something far more calming.
A travelling exhibition of works by Libyan artists arrived in the town on 16 June, organised by the National Association of Scientific and Educational Development and sponsored by the Ministry of Culture and Civil Society under the slogan “One Art”.
According to the exhibition’s supervisor, Bashir Al-Senussi, the idea for the rolling show came from himself and a number of other artists such as Mohammed Albernawi from Benghazi, Daw Alshalhi from Sabratha and Ibrahim Elghoul from Tripoli – the objective being to take their paintings around Libya.
The exhibition started off at the House of Culture in Benghazi and has since been to towns such as Shahat, Beida, Sousa, and now Sebha. It is scheduled to go to Ghadames next week. After that, it will head to Murzuk, Obari, Gharian, Zintan, Zuara, Zawiya, Sabratha, Misrata, and other towns.