National Academy of Art Opening an Exhibition of Students and Lecturers in Burgas


The initiative is supported by the long-standing partner of the Academy  Societe Generale Expressbank
From October 7 to November 3 works of students and professors from different departments and disciplines of the Academy will be displayed in Burgas Art Gallery Petko Zadgorski. Curator of the exhibition is the Bulgarian art historian, critic and artist Prof. Svilen Stefanov.
The exhibition All's Well That Starts Well includes works by Painting, Sculpture, Graphics, Poster and Visual Communication, Photography, Digital Arts, Woodcarving, Ceramics Textiles - Art and Design, Metal and Porcelain and Glass Design. Via video presentations, visitors can get acquainted with the works of Mural Painting, Book and Printed Graphics, Scenography, Industrial Design, Design of Advertising, Design of Children's Environment, Fashion and Restoration (related to engineering design or other characteristic peculiarities).
What unites this multi-expressional ​​and multi-faceted exhibition is the modern vision and presence in the art world. Whether it comes to painting, textile or digital arts, there is always a sense of professional knowledge of the matter, most often supported with multi-layered conceptual solutions. This is what teachers strive to achieve 
 materials and forms to gain new dimensions in a rapidly changing world.
Some of our most talented students and teachers are originally from Burgas, and the citizens of Burgas are renowned for their sophisticated taste of art. ‘We are confident that the exhibition will meet their expectations and we are grateful to Societe Generale Expressbank for the opportunity to make it happen’, said the rector of the National Academy of Art, Prof. Svetoslav Kokalov.
As one of the oldest banks in the world, Societe Generale Expressbank has a long tradition of supporting young artists – for 150 years art has been a fundamental value of the bank. We are satisfied with our good cooperation with the National Academy of Art and will continue to help develop talent in art’, said Maria Rousseva, Vice CEO of Societe Generale Expressbank.
The exhibition was shown earlier this year in Varna Art Gallery.