(Window of Hope) Artistic painting in public auction in favor of a school breakfast

English - الثلاثاء 09 أغسطس 2022 الساعة 11:03 ص
Sana'a, NewsYemen, private:

 A Yemeni plastic artist announced a charitable auction to sell one of her paintings in order to provide breakfast for students of a government school, at the beginning of the new academic year 2022-2023 and the season for students to return to school classes.

Through her accounts on social networking sites (Facebook - Twitter), (NewsYmen) monitored the announcement by the plastic artist Saba Glass of opening a charitable auction for her painting entitled (Window of Hope), which started with $100 and will continue for 72 hours.

She indicated that the auction will continue until the evening of Wednesday, August 10, 2022, and allocate the value of the painting (oil colors - 70 x 50 cm) to provide breakfast for students in a government school.

In conjunction with the start of the new school year, parents need expenses, needs, requirements and fees.  Yemeni plastic artist Saba Jalas believes that the problem is exacerbated when: "Some parents do not have the ability to bear all these obligations," stressing the importance of social solidarity: "Everyone contributes what they can to support families in need to enable their children to attend school."

This charitable initiative comes in light of the high registration fees in public and private schools.  And the high prices of books, school uniforms and school requirements, to record levels, to the extent that Yemeni families are unable to enroll some of their children in school classes.

Saba Glass is one of the most prominent Yemeni plastic artists whose works have gained fame during the past period, and she has many local and international participations. She began painting on smoke images at the beginning of the war in 2015, then moved in 2017 to painting with oil colors, and she has been organizing charity auctions for school students affected by the deteriorating situation.  materialistic for many due to war conditions.