A new exhibition called “At First Sight” is opening tonight in Tirana.
Showcasing work by artist Kela Lopari and curated by Jona Dividi, it is her first exhibit. After discovering her talent just nine months ago, Lopari has nurtured it into a wide selection of pieces full of colour, light and fluid forms. By day, she works with the NGO sector for a international organisation and she is a social worker by profession.
"Me shikim te pare" – titullohet kjo ekspozite e pare e Kela Lopari (Bregu) dhe ka vendosur qe t'ja dedikoje kauzes se personave me sindromen Down dhe te ndihmoje konkretisht per sherbimet e Down Syndrome Albania 🙏Vizitoje kete ekspozite gjate datave 1- 4 Tetor ne Muzeun Historik ne Tirane… shijoje, dhe pikturen qe te pelqen beje tenden! Keshtu do t'i shtosh ngjyra dhomes e jetes tende e njekohesisht do te mbeshtesesh DSA per sherbimet qe ofron per femijet me sindromen Down. Kush ka interes per te pare pikturat ne katalog dhe me cmimet perkatese, te me shkruaje ne inbox :)Tetori, Muaji i Ndergjegjesimit per Sindromen Down! Kela, je artiste dhe ne shpirt! Faleminderit! 🥰P.S.: Kuriozitet per artisten me te re ne qytet: Kela e ka zbuluar pasionin per pikturen kohet e fundit, vetem 9 muaj me pare 🙂
Gepostet von Emanuela Pepkola Zaimi am Dienstag, 29. September 2020
Most of the works in this exhibition were painted during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The exhibition will run from 1-4 October at the National History Museum in Tirana. All the paintings are for sale and 30% of the proceeds go to supporting the charity Down Syndrome Albania.
October is Down Syndrome Awareness month and the exhibition is a great way to get involved in supporting local charities working with Albanian children.
DSA works hard to provide much needed care for children with Down Syndrom and thier families. It works towards facilitating integration into society, independence, and a high quality of life for those with the condition.
The event starts at 18:00 today.