Inclusive exhibition in Nur-Sultan displays children's art works
On October 28, an inclusive exhibition opened its doors in Kazakh capital Nur-Sultan putting on display the artworks of children and young people, including people with special needs, reports a Strategy2050.kz correspondent.
The exhibition, with the name BYterekte, features the artworks of children and young people from 4 to 23 years old. It takes place in the city's Baiterek Tower and will last through November 10.
The participants of the exhibition take classes in the city's е15 artspace art school.
Many of the artworks presented at the exhibition were made by Sasha Pavlovich, a 23-year-old young man who was diagnosed with autism when he was a child.
"It is very important that he found his place in life, his mission. It is important that art gives him a chance to be heard, a way to say something to the outer world, perhaps he could not do it the other way. I see that we, as people who did not face this difficulty, have an opportunity to bring this art as well, which is a universal language," said his uncle Dulat.