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Awareness messages about the dangers of drugs within an art exhibition at the Faculty of Fine Arts


Damascus, SANA- The paintings that 100 students from the Faculty of Fine Arts at Damascus University participated in varied within an exhibition that was opened by


The paintings that 100 students from the Faculty of Fine Arts at Damascus University participated in, in an exhibition that opened today, varied between advertising designs, posters and brochures, brought together by one topic: awareness of the dangers of drugs.

The exhibition organized by the college on the occasion of the World Anti-Drug Day in cooperation with the National Committee for Drug Control in the Ministry of Interior, the Department of Ecumenical Relations and Development in the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Antioch and All the East, and the United Nations Population Fund, aims to deliver awareness messages from participating students about the dangers of drug abuse and addiction and the problems it causes A dangerous social threat to the security of the individual and society.

Director of the Office of the National Committee for Narcotics Affairs at the Ministry of Interior, Lt. Col. Hossam Azar, pointed out that the exhibition carries an artistic value and a social message directed to young people about the dangers of drug abuse, presented through innovative designs by the college students themselves.

In turn, the Dean of the College of Fine Arts, Dr. Ihsan Al-Ar, indicated that the exhibition is the result of a two-month workshop for college students on alerting the dangers of the drug phenomenon, which greatly affects the young generation, as it resulted in a large group of posters and billboards at a very high level and played its role greatly .

Lujain Raya, a student participating in the exhibition, indicated that her participation came through a project that dealt with the experience of drug abuse and its tragic end, under the title (the experiment begins and ends in the soil), with the aim of warning of the danger of being drawn into drugs to escape harsh conditions.

Ruba Dhali, a graphic design student, participated in the exhibition through two posters, during which she explained that being drawn into drugs leads to destruction, targeting with her message the group of young people who are most vulnerable to this phenomenon.

Student Muhammad Nazir Al-Wahani pointed out that his participation on the occasion of the World Anti-Drug Day aims to deliver a message of awareness and support for the efforts made through designs.

Student Judy said that the exhibition sent a message that drugs are not a way to escape from the reality we are going through, but rather are destruction for the near and distant future, while student Maria in turn chose the idea of ​​dominoes to participate in the exhibition to convey the message that drugs can be a devastating stone to the life of the user, and it will certainly be a burden. it in the coming days.

The opening of the exhibition, which included honoring a number of students, was attended by the Assistant Minister of Interior, Major General Nabil Al-Ghajri, the Vice President of Damascus University for Scientific Research, Dr. Muhammad Firas Hanawi, graduate students, and the Director of the Ecumenical Relations Department of the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate, Archimandrite Malatios Shatahi, and a number of officers of the Anti-Narcotics Directorate at the Ministry of Interior.

Mada Alloush

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Source: sena

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