Enjoy the Photo Gallery of the Arts Exhibition organized by Minerva in collaboration with the Alliance Francaise de Mbabane under the EUnited Arts of Swaziland Festival, V Edition, with the support of the European Union.

At the honorable presence of the EU Ambassador to Eswatini, Esmeralda Hernandez Aragones, Ms Valerie Munier, Director of the Alliance Francaise, and Riccardo Severi, Minerva Project Manager, opened the Exhibition on Friday January 18th, at the beautiful venue of the Alliance Francaise.

Claudia Ramos and Nokwanda Masina, two talented young Swati female artists, have been selected by a panel of international experts and introduced their works at the presence of art lovers and the Media.

The platform was the occasion for the artist David Ian Cranko, who was also part of the panel, to launch a new space for artists in Mbabane: “An Art studio is currently being built, privately funded and fully equipped – he revealed -. It will offer a facility to work on art, share ideas and creativity and to collaborate with international artists. It will be finished in three months”.

During the Exhibition, Maestro Ambrogio Sparagna and Erasmo Treglia performed Italian folks songs.

Congratulations to Claudia Ramos and Nokwanda Masina, and good luck to David Ian Cranko, the Kingdom will be waiting for your Studio!


(photo Minerva / Claudio Graziani)

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