A three-day art exhibition by the differently able person from PFDA- Vocational Training Center has been inaugurated at Le Méridien in the capital on Thursday.
British High Commissioner in Bangladesh Alison Blake inaugurated the exhibition titled “Brush of Hope”.
Le Méridien Dhaka and PFDA- VTC are the joint organizer of this great initiative.
The exhibition is open for all and will end on 07 January, 2017. Any interested visitor will be able to buy the portraits from PFDA- VCT. The price amount will go to the funds of PFDA- Vocational Training Center and will be used for the development of the institution.
On this occasion, Ashwani Nayar, the General Manager of Le Méridien Dhaka stated that “We are privileged to work with PFDA- VCT and host this wonderful art exhibition. As our brand promises, we would continue to host such events that bring New Prospective to the city. Like everyone present here have something special, these artists have something unique which are portrayed on their art work”.
On the other hand, Alison Blake, High Commissioner, British High Commission in Bangladesh on this wonderful occasion expressed her gratitude to both the organizer for such initiative.
She said “I am really honored to be present here. The kids are really talented and I am really amazed by the quality they have shown through their brushes.”
Other guests present on this occasion was the Chairman and President of Best Holdings Ltd, owning company of Le Méridien Dhaka, Other Ambassadors, High government officials and art lovers were also present at the occasion.