Butterflies Batch Innovates Unique Style Of Painting On Glass

Butterflies Batch, a group of 20 female artists who paint on glass, graduated from IMPACT Institute on June 5. After the graduation party, the artists held an exhibition in which they displayed and marketed their work.

This type of project is the first of its kind in Yemen. “We gained the skills of such art by way of self-study,” said glass painting trainer Maisun Hussein.

Under the auspices of the Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Technical Education and Vocational Training, IMPACT Institute for Women’s Development conducted a graduation ceremony and glass exhibition of the “Women Drawing Glass” diploma project funded by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

Hala Al-Awlaqi, a graduating student said, “This exhibit is the effort of three months of studying and working. The program was not limited to drawing on glass only, but also to other skills such as administrative, financial and marketing training which will be conducted in order to help the women to be entrepreneurs and to start their own business.”

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Date: 24 July 2007
Source: Yementimes.com

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