Towards the Prefecture, a curious wooden building on piles draws the attention of the passer, lost to the middle of eucalyptus lonely with its few windows with blinds and its childhood murals depicting landscapes and scenes of everyday and traditional life. It is the Art Centre of Korhogo. Under the direction of Mr. Soro Mamadou Alphonse, the director set up the goal of giving a second chance to abandoned children, allowing them to escape the excesses of the street by offering them training that enables them to integrate different artistic schools in the country. Today, the Centre no longer has the means to function. Donors expect clean elections to invest. The small classroom with its big black painting and its wisely aligned wooden desks, evokes the childhood echoes of some schools at the old parquet parquets bon the wax of bees. Until the situation is fully restored, we continue to paint. The industrial paint and the synthetic email used for cars are good substitutes for acrylic and oil paint, which is decidedly too expensive.
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