The “Śródmieście” Community Center in Białystok invites you to the opening of the exhibition of works by students of the Graphic Design Studio, which will take place on July 19, 2023.
The authors of the works are participants of graphic design classes from groups created as part of the UNICEF project and groups using the institution’s permanent artistic education offer. Classes of integration project groups were held as part of a project implemented with the support of the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF). Thanks to the exhibition, young people will be able to present the skills they have acquired during the series of classes. The works are unconventional and original ideas of young graphic designers, showing their enormous creativity.
Graphic works in large format printing
The exhibition consists of many works that are the result of a year of education. These include graphics, paintings, posters, photographs and comics, and even animations and applique designs for clothes. Freedom in choosing the technique and subject matter of the works was intended to stimulate the imagination of the artists. The main goal of the “Digital Footprint” exhibition is self-presentation of the participants – their individual approach to a given topic and presenting it using digital tools and large-format printing.
Summary of the project
The exhibition is an opportunity to summarize graphic activities carried out as part of the UNICEF project Organization of music, vocal, dance, art and graphic classes for children, as part of UNICEF funds to help Ukrainian citizens in the “Śródmieście” Cultural Center in Białystok, which is part of the implementation of activities related to the Ukrainian crisis and responding to the situation of refugees in Białystok.
The opening of the exhibition will take place on July 19, 2023 (Wednesday) at 18:00 at the “Śródmieście” Community Center in Białystok (13 Jan Kiliński street, second floor). Free admission.
The exhibition will be open until August 30, 2023, from Monday to Friday, from 10:00-16:00.