LiVArts Academy Reflects on Ebola through Art

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The young artists taking part have been selected from a number of different schools in Monrovia and represent Liberia’s future creative talent in the visual arts.

The Liberia Visual Arts (LiVArts) Academy will on Sunday, November 17, stage an exhibition of artworks on the theme: “Ebola – During and After the Virus”. The exhibition, which runs from 2pm to 5pm, will be held at the Three House on the corner of 16th Street and Coleman Avenue on Saturday, 17 November 2018, and is open to the public.

According to a LiVArts press release, the exhibition will climax a two-day art workshop, which commences today, November 15 at the LiVArts Academy in Sinkor, Monrovia, where dynamic young Liberian artists will be letting their creativity do the talking.

The young artists taking part have been selected from a number of different schools in Monrovia and represent Liberia’s future creative talent in the visual arts.

Under the direction of LiVArts executive director, Mr. Leslie Lumeh and instructor Frank Dwuye, with support from Mr. Joseph Jenkinson, a researcher from the University of Malmö (Sweden), the programme will explore perceptions of the Ebola crisis, and the shared challenge Ebola posed to society and the world.

For more details on the workshop and the exhibition, contact: Leslie Lumeh on +231886430483.

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