By Kristine de Leon

Public art with a social agenda is something new in Mongolia. Young artists recently opened “Social Art” at Q Art Gallery to promote the development of social consciousness through art. With the aim to initiate capacity building for civic organizations, “Social Art” commemorates Human Rights Day.

The exhibition features a variety of styles and themes that reflect a diverse set of talents within the local community. From paintings of natural landscapes, objects, abstract images, and everyday life, the artists represented in the exhibition hope to raise public awareness of human rights and social issues in Mongolia.

“Social Art” will be achat cialis en tunisie on display at Q Art Gallery in Bella Vista Town, near Zaisan Square, until December 17. The works of art are for sale and proceeds from the sale of the art will help launch a project to open a skills development center for people living with disabilities.

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"HAPPINESS" by G.GERELZUL, 6TH GRADE STUDENT AT SCHOOL No. 51
“HAPPINESS” by G.GERELZUL, 6TH GRADE STUDENT AT SCHOOL No. 51
“LOVE”, by G.BURMAA
“LOVE”, by G.BURMAA
"DUSK" by B.ARIUNTUYA
“DUSK” by B.ARIUNTUYA
"BURKHAN KHALDUN" by E.GANZORIG
“BURKHAN KHALDUN” by E.GANZORIG
"STEPPE AFTER RAIN" by Kh.BATJARGAL
“STEPPE AFTER RAIN” by Kh.BATJARGAL

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