Thursday, April 18, 2024

“Screen 2022” presents works of “anime” art


Organized by the “Fun” Foundation to promote the media and visual arts among children and young people, the “Anima” Artists Group chose to shed light on the art, an inspiring creative platform that presented their artwork. Offer “Anime” and its creations to all ages and different nations.

The activities of “Screen 2022” continued for three days in the Aljada area of ​​Sharjah, leading to more talented and artists presenting their works to the public because “Artist’s Style” was dedicated to showcasing the many productions of “anime” characters, whether globally known or specially created.

Commenting on the organization of the event, Sheikh Jawahar Bint Abdullah Al Qasimi, Director of the Art Foundation, told Emirates Today, “As a company, we are interested in various forms of media art, whether photography, animation or film, everything new and unique in this structure.” We always look for, and we organize an event every two years that specializes in media art, which is why the (screen) name was chosen for this event, which should be consistent in each session because all of these arts are presented through screens.

He noted that the art of “anime” selected at this session stands out by being a part of the art of animation, and that this type of art is in high demand, explaining that he strongly wants to support young talents to gain support. And encourage them to develop their artistic productivity. He stressed that the Foundation organizes a number of events to support young people and talents in various fields that fall within the framework of media art, including films.

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Painter Al-Anoud Youssef attended the event and presented a group of his drawings, noting that he loves anime drawings, and that he began to present this art many years ago after he was able to search a lot for his own style, as well as move. Place the characters in different positions through the maps.

He pointed out that with regard to drawings and their implementation, it can take hours to draw, and considering that working on art and drawing can be very enjoyable, the time can be long depending on the details you enter into the work, including shadows and colors.

Alia al-Badi participated in the presentation of her drawings and her quiet book in which she presented an integrated story only through drawings. The story reveals a toy made of olive trees, which walks in the forest and helps the animals and gives each animal a part of its body until it finally loses all its organs and dies. He noted that the story could not be read by the reader because the graphics were expressive of the idea, especially as the character creation was designed to clarify events, and he pointed out the characters. The creations are close to her, and they take a lot of time to complete, so get very close to her.

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