MaP in thought-provoking exhibition

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Thought-provoking, spontaneous and refreshing could be some of the adjectives one may quickly think of to sum up the ongoing Maru-a-pula 2nd Annual Art Exhibition displayed at the Thapong Visual Arts Centre gallery.

The exhibition running under the title, ‘Le Kamoso Gape’ which officially opened last Saturday, is a follow-up to Maru-a-Pula School’s 50th-anniversary exhibition held in 2022.

It will end on September 29. Visiting the Thapong Gallery, one would be forgiven for thinking that the exhibition featured renowned professional artists. But the participants just comprise about 25 current Maru-a-Pula students from Forms 1-6, alumni and staff (past and present). It is just a breathtaking scenery that lightens up the gallery in an instant.

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