The Deputy Vice Chancellor of SUST Inaugurates Exhibitions of Fine Arts Graduates, Batch (74)

Prof. ‪Mahdi Abbas Saad Shakak, Deputy Vice Chancellor of Sudan University of Science and Technology, inaugurated the exhibitions of graduation projects for undergraduate students, Batch 74, at the College of Fine and Applied Arts in the Western Campus, which will be held from 26th to 31st March.

The inauguration was attended by Dr. Elfatih Ahmed Hassan, principal of the University, Dr. Abdelrahman Abdallah Hassan Ahmed Shanqal, Dean of the College of Fine and Applied Arts, Prof. Omer Mohamed Elhassan darma, Dean of the Deanship of Quality and Development, a large number of college deans, professors, plastic artists, and a group of students and those interested in the field.

Professor Mahdi Shakak welcomed the attendees, congratulating everyone on the launch of the graduation ceremonies for fine art students, describing the event as the happy occasion that the university organizes annually.

His Excellency indicated that the college professors are making great efforts with their students so that the exhibitions come out in the required manner and show the students’ creativity clearly, Skeptic also thanked the pioneers of artists for their support and advice and knowledge and a summary of experience and ideas for their students. He said "Art students are the makers of the most beautiful picture and the desired renaissance, and they painted the most wonderful painting of the country".

Prof Shakak invited all the attendees to enjoy the exhibitions that reflect the summary of the effort of the family of the College of Fine Arts, support their programs and contribute with the university administration in pushing and developing them.

Dr. Abdelrahman Shanqal emphasized in his speech that they stand on a great cultural and artistic legacy that has continued for nearly (74) years. He said "The College of Arts has clear contributions to the revolutionary movement and embodies the slogans of patriotism by the will of its students and graduates who are scattered inside and outside Sudan" and said that they are adopting major scientific and artistic projects Such as documentation of the memory of Sudan, plastic exhibitions, graduation projects, and all artistic creative activities.

In conclusion, he said "I am happy with the exhibitions, the quality of their products, the arrangement and organization, and I thank everyone who stood behind this mighty effort, and I am grateful to all the professors for their great roles and effective contribution".