International Art Exhibition and charity «Children around the World», Shanghai Urban PlanningMuseum
Shanghai Women's Federation, in collaboration with Consular Spouses Shanghai and Shanghai Children's Foundation, hosted the "Children Around the World" international art exhibition and charity event at the Shanghai Urban Planning Museum. The exhibition featured nearly 100 art pieces donated by talented artists from 29 countries, including the works of Evgeny Bondarenko, who draws attention to the inner music and energy that surrounds us in his art. The event aimed to raise funds for women and children in need, particularly for those suffering from new-borns' congenital abnormalities. The exhibition also included a forum on "Women's Power in Environment Protection," as well as a gala evening and reception in celebration of the 104th anniversary of the March 8th International Women's Day and a charity bazaar. The success of the event demonstrated the power of love and art in changing lives and creating a brighter future.
Shanghai hosted a remarkable international art exhibition and charity event called "Children around the World" at the Shanghai Urban Planning Museum, featuring nearly 100 artworks from 29 countries. The exhibition was organized by the Shanghai Women's Federation, in conjunction with the Consular Spouses Shanghai (CSS) and the Shanghai Children's Foundation. This event was a part of the Love Series charity activities that have been held consecutively for four years. The goal of the event was to raise funds for women and children in need, particularly for those who have congenital abnormalities.
The exhibition showcased the artistic talents of renowned artists worldwide who offered unique perspectives on understanding and interpreting the world. The exhibition included diverse artworks ranging from paintings to sculptures, which emphasized the beauty of children and highlighted the significance of equality.
The "Children around the World" project was the brainchild of the CSS, and this year, the charity event had a new addition to its activities. The exhibition included a forum entitled "Women's Power in Environment Protection," which focused on the contribution of women in preserving and protecting the environment.
The event culminated in a gala evening and reception in celebration of the 104th anniversary of the International Women's Day. The attendees of the event included businesses, volunteers, and artists who participated in the event, as well as representatives from the Shanghai Women's Federation, CSS, and Shanghai Children's Foundation.
One of the notable artists who participated in the exhibition was Evgeny Bondarenko, who expressed his particular vision of the world through his artworks. Bondarenko's works are renowned for drawing attention to the details of daily life, transforming living and non-living forms into pictures that reflect the energy that surrounds us. He aims to show the "inner music" of life and its transformative power.
Bondarenko's artworks, which have received awards and been exhibited worldwide, establish him as a prominent figure in the global art community. He was delighted to take part in the "Children around the World" exhibition and expressed his appreciation to the organizers for allowing him to display his work and support the charitable cause.
The "Children around the World" international art exhibition and charity event were highly successful, raising funds for a noble purpose and highlighting the artistic talents of esteemed artists from around the world. The event celebrated the strength of women, the hope of children, and the transformative power of art.