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Wednesday, 22 February 2006
Irena Gapkovska founded Art Studio in Skopje, Macedonia in 1998. This NGO started as an educational art school in 1998 and since then it has grown with full time members. They encourage local philanthropy and human rights promoting the aesthetics of art as a mirror of Culture.

The idea is to give talented people a chance to learn about fine arts in the field of painting, drawing, sculpture, while making a great effort to initiate computer animation and design as equal part of their project. Art Studios main activites are educating young people and trough arts to encourage them to break the boundaries between their different cultures and build multicultural torelance and understanding.

Find more about this NGO at http://www.ngoartstudio.whworld.com
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