An opportunity has arisen for fine artists to showcase their works of art in Brussels, Belgium in February next year during a fundraising art exhibition, Acrylic Melody Exhibition.
The exhibition, organised by Music Crossroads, is meant to raise funds for student scholarships at the Music Crossroads Academies in Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe.
Artists will be provided with the same-sized wood panels (20×20 cm) and are asked to paint their own creative art piece, with music as their inspiration.
The art panels will then be collected and will be exhibited in art galleries around Brussels, with the proceeds earned going towards the students.
Music Crossroads Academy administrator Vincent Maluwa said they have already received 18 paintings from over 10 countries. He said no Malawian artist has yet shown interest.
“This is a great way for artists to get exposure through our networks and to get involved in a positive change though their work.
“The opening exhibition night will be in February 2016 in Brussels, and then the panels will be exhibited for longer periods at different locations around Brussels,” he said.
“We are truly thankful for the many artists involved, although we expect more to join. Without their contribution we would not be able to make this difference for our students, who want to learn Music and pursue their dream career.”
Maluwa said those interested can contact Rikke Lorenzen at email@example.com with a brief profile.