Come pose with 3D art paint­ings in Boule­vard

Kuwait Times - - WHAT’S ON -

For the first time in Kuwait, Boule­vard had or­ga­nized a 3D art paint­ing festival from 29th of Novem­ber till 3rd of De­cem­ber per­formed by award win­ning 3D artists from Aus­tralia, Jenny McCracken and Rudy Kistler. The vis­i­tors along with the Aus­tralian am­bas­sador HE Mr Warren Hauck and his family en­joyed pos­ing on 3D paint­ings.

Vis­i­tors dur­ing the event also en­joyed fresh cof­fee and choco­late straw­ber­ries from Costa Cafe and Pop­corn place. The artists dur­ing their visit trained some univer­sity students to learn new skills and gain in­valu­able ex­pe­ri­ence. These vol­un­teers will get a writ­ten ref­er­ence let­ter post event com­ple­tion.

Mrs Rawan Adnan - Mar­ket­ing & Leas­ing Man­ager stated that this event was part of the unique en­ter­tain­ment activities that Al Salmiya Group for En­ter­prise De­vel­op­ment Com­pany is or­ga­niz­ing at its huge pro­ject “Boule­vard”. Such Activities are set to rede­fine “Boule­vard” as the must-go touris­tic desti­na­tion in the State of Kuwait and to sup­port the tal­ents and skills of youth. This was the first visit for the artists to the State of Kuwait. They have pre­vi­ously done many such festivals in UAE, Aus­tralia, USA and world­wide.

Mrs Rawan Adnan also added that “Boule­vard” pro­ject pro­vides com­mer­cial, en­ter­tain­ment and sports ser­vices to rep­re­sent the per­fect place for family and youth to spend their time and en­joy such unique events. The pro­ject fa­cil­i­tates a huge com­mer­cial mall that con­sist of 2 floors with fa­mous in­ter­na­tional and lo­cal brands, cof­fee shops and restau­rants in ad­di­tion to a huge green area that oc­cu­pies 90% of the pro­ject area. It pro­vides a per­fect en­vi­ron­ment for jog­gers to en­joy beau­ti­ful views of trees. In ad­di­tion to the above, the pro­ject also con­tains 2 lakes, a river and sports fields for foot­ball, ten­nis, bas­ket­ball and cricket.

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