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Students of kindergarten visit CITRA exhibition
Students of kindergarten visit CITRA exhibition
Dozens of kindergarten students fill up the front lobby of Faculty of Engineering UB, (11/1/2016). They are here to join coloring competition which is part of the Cita Nusantara exhibition (CITRA) Architecture 2016. In addition to the exhibition by students, this time they also invited the citizen to be familiar with campus, especially the young generation of the nation’s future.

Act as the jury for this coloring competition is Wasiska Iyati, ST., MT and Eryani Nurma Yulita, ST., MT., M.Sc. They are young lecturer of the department which was established in 1983.

“Department of Architecture Indeed familiar with the art. Drawing and coloring are part of Professional architects, we are glad that kids have a wide place to develop their artistic talent,” said Eryani.

Cita Nusantara (CITRA) is an exhibition of the work of the bi and tri-dimension of the architecture 2016 freshmen. The woven motive became their inspiration when creating the works during the Dimensional Design and Architecture Image classes. The exhibition is open to the public from 9 to 13 January 2016 in the Architecture Department Building of Universitas Brawijaya (UB).

As the youngest generation, CITRA is the inaugural exhibition of 2016 force. Their works during first semester all display for the public to be appreciated. Students are required to explore the wealth of local knowledge and also the shape of the woven fabric throughout Indonesia. Students then create a new innovative concept of their observations on woven. This was explained by Ir. Rinawati P. Handajani as the lecturer of Dimensional Design course at the opening ceremony, Monday, January 9, 2016.

The annual exhibition will be open to the public until the end of this week. Visitors will be spoiled with an evocative visual entertainment and live music presented by the students themselves. CITRA also have an interactive theme where visitors asked to give voting for most interactive works. [emis/mic/Humas UB]

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