The Emeritus Professor Doris Rogers Art Summer School programme that was held at the University of Guyana (UG) campus for the past two weeks ended on Friday.
The programme was sole-sponsored by the School of Education and Humanities of UG as a recreational activity for school children during summer time. University lecturer, Dwayne Alexander, was responsible for the older children ranging from ages 14-18, he taught them self expression through painting and drawing.
Other lecturers from the University of Guyana, Michael Khan and Philbert Gajadar took control of the younger children during this period.
Creatively, the children made use of discarded materials such as plastics bottles, food boxes; toilet paper rolls etc, and transformed them in to beautiful designs.
Persons from many different organizations across Guyana played an integral role in the programmes, Guyana Deaf Society, Scotia Bank just to mention a few.
The programme ‘Emeritus Professor Doris Rogers’ was named after a university lecturer Doris Rogers, because of her significant contribution to the Department of Arts.
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