every year the works of students are shown to the public and it is interesting
for me to see how they develop and what their interpretation is of the art they
have been taught. This year we had eleven students from three art teachers’
classes of the Teaching Faculty participating in the exhibition. They were
students of the first and second year, as Fatos Miralay explained to me, one of
the teachers; Fatos is a fine artist herself. The exhibition was opened by the
Dean of the Faculty who was taken around to be informed on the level of
education and development of his faculty’s students. Awards were handed out.
saw works of basic art teaching such as perspective, pencil drawing of objects
and portraits, then water colours and oil, still lives, anatomy and fantasy,
some graphic works. I liked what I saw. There are certainly some among them who
will develop nicely.
art education young people’s senses of own observation, judgement and
understanding are being developed for society, nature and environment and in
whatever way they will one day use their knowledge, they will be able to critically
make up their own mind and not accept things that others put up for them. With
the education of art they learn to research facts, to see behind the curtain,
they will learn about the fine structure of living things, especially their own
body and mind.