|Curator (R) announces opening of the exhibition. [Russian Cultural Center/Gao Jun]|
An exhibition showcasing drawings and paintings by students aged between 8 and 16 opened on September 27 at the Russian Cultural Center in Beijing. All of the participants come from Barnaul No.1 Children's Art School in the mountainous Altai region of the East European country.
Many of the displayed works, including watercolors of buildings, landscapes and portraits, highlight typical scenes from people's lives in Altai, where the school is located. Most were selected after having won prizes in local competitions.
The exhibition, held under the theme "Love from Altai," runs till October 4.
|Tatiana Bondazenko,vice president of Barnaul No.1 Children's Art School, gives a speech. [Russian Cultural Center/Gao Jun]|
|Students to the exhibition [Russian Cultural Center/Gao Jun]|
|Spectators pose for a photo. [Russian Cultural Center/Gao Jun]|
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