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A group of next generation Lebanese artists assembled at Beirut's Le Gray Hotel this week. The students will spend four days attending workshops on art techniques, visiting art galleries and meeting with prominent local artists. The program was organized by Antonine University's Center of Continuing Education, which started the workshop to get young students to learn more about art in Lebanon. The center collaborated with Rania Tabbara, an art consultant and the founder of Art In Motion, an NGO that promotes art outreach programs.The goal of the talk was for students to learn more about art and the different styles and techniques it employs, and for them to share this with others, spreading a love for art.The third day will include presentations on street art by Delavault and Yazan Halwani, a famous Lebanese street artist. Students will then be taken on a bus tour to see Beirut street art, including works by Halwani, such as his famous Fairouz mural in Gemmayzeh.
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