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Young artists build the future in sculptures

Submitted on Friday, 17 April 2009No Comment
Young artists build the future in sculptures

Young artists will use a new Ytong product to build their future into sculptures. They will apply their skills to the shaping of a material which is usually found in construction sites, not galleries.

The competition is initiated by Xella Bulgaria EOOD as part of the company politics to support the Bulgarian education.

The topic of the event is the 15th anniversary of Ytong and their popular concrete blocks on the Bulgarian market. The initiative is brought to life with the help of the New Bulgarian University.

Within a month, students in the “Plastic arts” course of the “Arts” department of the New Bulgarian University will use their inspiration to implement the qualities of Ytong in their artistic endeavors.

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