World Art Day Event In Belgium Celebrates Elevating The Quality Of Life Through Art

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The Belgium branch of the Churches of Scientology for Europe celebrated the World Day of Art with the Second Annual Arts de Temps (Art of Time) exhibition from April 14 to 26, featuring the works of 15 artists from France, Switzerland, Holland and Belgium. The exhibition featured sculpture, watercolors, oil paintings, photographs, and jewelry.

The 2nd annual Arts de Temps (Art of Time) exhibition took place from April 14 to 26 at the Brussels branch of the Churches of Scientology for Europe.

We created this exhibition to provide an opportunity for artists to display their work and to emphasize the important role art plays in the life of every individual.

“We created this exhibition to provide an opportunity for artists to display their work and to emphasize the important role art plays in the life of every individual,” explained Agnès Bron, Public Relations Officer for the Brussels Church. “We also want to inspire everyone to delight in their own creativity. Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard eloquently expressed this very sentiment when he wrote, ‘Capturing my own dreams in words, paint or music and then seeing them live is the highest kind of excitement.’”

World Art Day is an international celebration of the fine arts, held annually on the birthday of Leonardo DaVinci on April 15 to promote the arts and the importance of artists in society.

Since its grand opening in January 2010, the Brussels branch of the Churches of Scientology for Europe has hosted numerous conferences, forums and exhibitions to help raise the standard of life for the people of Brussels, Europe and beyond.

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