The ceremonies were attended by Dr. Khaled Sorour, head of The plastic Arts sector, Mohamed El-Minshawi, director of the governmental relations in the organizing company, Zainab El-Saedy, the exhibition organizer, and a large number of plastic arts fans.
For her part, Abdel Dayem praised the high standard of the presented works that confirm the richness of Egyptian creativity and its ability to express our social issues.
Plus, she appreciated the efforts of the participants who represent different schools and trends.
Abdel Dayem added that plastic arts in their various forms help to raise the conscience and contribute to the development of society, she confirmed that civil society institutions, which are working in the fields of culture and arts, play an important role in enriching the Egyptian creativity field, expressing her readiness to organize the coming edition.
It is noteworthy that the exhibition includes 120 works, of drawing, sculpture, photography, ceramics, handicrafts, and plastic arts paintings for more than 70 artists, expressing a number of artistic trends.
The exhibition will continue until 1 November, including presenting a series of seminars and cultural meetings