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The Acrylic Melody exhibition is an initiative that seeks to bring together artists from around the world to give a helping brush. The first fundraising art exposition was held from February 18th - 28th, 2016. The AME initiative displays and sells music-inspired wood block paintings (20x20cm) by artists and art enthusiasts from over 20 countries. All proceeds will go towards scholarships for students at our music academies in Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe.

The Acrylic Melody exhibition is an initiative that seeks to bring together artists from around the world to give a helping brush.

The first fundraising art exposition was held from February 18th - 28th, 2016. The AME initiative displays and sells music-inspired wood block paintings (20x20cm) by artists and art enthusiasts from over 20 countries. All proceeds will go towards scholarships for students at our music academies in Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe.

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ART COMPANY<br />

Belgium<br />

Art Company is primarily a creative space<br />

based in Brussels that brings together amateur<br />

and professional artists. Regardless of<br />

their experience, anyone can learn multiple<br />

painting techniques and experience the freedom<br />

to create in a climate of joy and confidence.<br />

For this initiative, Laurence Nitlich chose<br />

a group of 6 students working on real and<br />

dreamed landscape. Laurence proposed to<br />

assemble all the wooden panels in one setting,<br />

so that participants could determine,<br />

alone or in a small group, a territory where<br />

they wanted to express. This opened a reflection<br />

on the border and cohabitation. Participants<br />

then painted landscapes influenced by<br />

a selection of music chosen for their wealth<br />

of timbres and rhythmicity (Carnival of the<br />

Animals by Saint-Saens; Pictures at an Exhibition<br />

by Mussorgsky...). This resulted in a series<br />

of panels with both bold and pastel colours.<br />

<strong>The</strong>se vibrant colors perfectly reflect the musical<br />

tracks that they were listening to (Urban<br />

Night Symphony; Wheat Field Gospel; Purple<br />

Rain Melody; Sunny Afternoon Concerto;<br />

White Lake Blues).<br />

Code: ACOM-46<br />

Artists: Annick Lenoble, Anyse Maunier, Christine<br />

Renard, Debbie Reich, Denise Ramet and<br />

Nicole Jospa.<br />

www.artcompany.be<br />

Code: ACOM-45<br />

Code: ACOM-47

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