Nurture Creativity at “Shemokmedni” Art School/Studio: Empowering Kazbegi's Young Artists

2024-05-10 0 comments kazbegi

Unleash your imagination and explore the vibrant world of art at Shemokmedni Art School/Studio, a cherished beneficiary of the Creative Mountains project, nestled in the heart of Kazbegi. Founded and led by local artist Londa Maisuradze, Shemokmedni offers a nurturing environment where children can discover their artistic talents and express themselves through various painting techniques.

Born and raised in Kazbegi, Londa Maisuradze returned to her hometown after completing her education with a passionate mission: to inspire and empower the next generation of artists in her community. At “Shemokmedni” Art School/Studio, Londa shares her love for art and her expertise with local children, providing them with the tools and guidance they need to explore their creativity.

Through hands-on classes and workshops, students at “Shemokmedni” have the opportunity to learn a variety of painting techniques, from watercolors to acrylics and beyond. Under Londa's mentorship, young artists are encouraged to experiment, take risks, and develop their own unique artistic voices.

But “Shemokmedni” Art School/Studio is more than just a place to learn; it's a supportive community where children can grow, learn, and thrive. Londa fosters a warm and welcoming atmosphere where students feel comfortable expressing themselves and sharing their ideas, fostering a sense of camaraderie and collaboration among peers.

By providing a space for artistic exploration and expression, “Shemokmedni” plays a vital role in enriching the cultural landscape of Kazbegi and empowering its young residents to pursue their passions and dreams. Through the Creative Mountains project, Londa Maisuradze's vision becomes a reality, creating a brighter future for the next generation of artists in Kazbegi.

 Photograph - Jakub Antypenko   

 Co-funded by the  European Union

This article was created with the financial support of the European Union. Its contents are the sole responsibility of Kazbegi LAG and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union