Students of the Takoradi Technical University's Faculty of Applied Arts & Technology recently showcased their artistic prowess to the public as a part of a week-long celebration of the arts by the school.
In a bid to engage and encourage parents to allow their wards to attend the school in order to pursue art related subjects, the school's Faculty of Applied Arts and Technology organized a week-long series of art related events.
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According to a Facebook user who got in touch with YEN.com.gh by the name of Joel Arthur, students were able to put their talent on display to sensitize the public about what they do.
While many local residents were able to interact with the students thanks to the event, some students were able to make money off of their artistic talent by selling some of their wares.
As part of the week-long celebrations that began on February 16th, SHS students from several schools were invited to the Takoradi Technical University (former Takoradi Polytechnic) campus for an "Open Day".
Checkout a few photos of the event below:
Face painting and oil and canvas.
Street art and grafitti
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