At the beginning of the new 2023 year we have another reason to be proud and happy. The bright talent and the will for self-realization and development was noticed by the journalist of the Bulgarian National Radio Stefka Bakardzhieva, who interviewed our prominent student, artist and participant in exhibitions Keta Petrova, more information about whom you can read in the menu Artists on our website. In the interview, Keta talks about the support, training and chances for realization she has received and continues to receive from the NRCB, about the Facebook group dedicated to products made by people with disabilities and their relatives, in which she promotes her work, about her techniques of work and about her sources of inspiration.
You can read and listen to the interview at the following link: https://bnr.bg/burgas/post/101760923/keta-petrova-hudojnichkata-s-ogranicheno-zrenie-koato-obicha-da-risuva-makove
Three month Report on the Financial Performance of the NRCB-Plovdiv and three month report on the activities performed for the period 01.10.2022-30.12.2022
Holiday initiatives by prominent visually impaired artists, supported by NRCB, continue in the last month of the year. From 9th to 22nd December 2022 Stamen Karamfilov, more details about whom you can read in the Artists menu, will hold another exhibition at the Ivan Vazov Community Centre in Old Plovdiv. The exhibition will open at 18:00 and visitors will enjoy works from two periods of Stamen's work - before and after he lost his sight. They are all painted using the encaustic technique - painting with melted wax - known since the time of Leonardo da Vinci. You can find out more about the secrets of encaustic from the artist himself at the event.
On 7.12.2022 at 18:00 at the Library in the Trakia Housing Estate, Plovdiv, the next exhibition of Keta Petrova - one of the prominent artists, who received the support of the National Center for Rehabilitation of the Blind, Plovdiv, will be opened. You can read more about Keta's life and artistic path in the Artists menu on our website.
We invite all residents and guests of the town of Plovdiv to visit the exhibition and experience the magical creativity of Keta - a visually impaired artist who is constantly rediscovering and recreating the beauty of the world around us.
With 14 participants of all six project partners, the 5th meeting startet on November 8th, 2022 in Valladolid, Spain. The ASPAYM foundation is hosting this meeting. Subject of this meeting is discussing the results of all learning activities. Experiences of theses events require some updates for both curricula and some learning materials.
During the second day, several ideas for continuing the common activities for the post project phase will be discussed.
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