Parnia Mohammadi, Nazanin-Zahra Khateri, Elena Omid, Fatima Solgi, Fatemeh Masudi, Zahra Asgari and Paniz Nikbakht are all from different branches of the Institute for Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults- Kanoon.

A specialized jury chaired by Professor Marin Dobrev selected the winner and the entries to the exhibition. Stara Zagora, Suzana Karanfilova, and Sofia and Maria Petkova were the other members of the panel.

The jury honored 10 schools and fine arts institutes each with an honorary collection certificate and 15 teachers for their teaching work.

The Honorary Diploma for Best Children's Work was given to the 11-year-old Turkish child Beliz Renda from the Atolye Veysel Acar in Trabzon.

The Honorary Diploma for Best Collection was awarded to the Rabeya Art Academy in the capital of Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Mayya Ananieva from the Art School Colorit in Pleven, Bulgaria, received the Honorary Diploma for Best Teacher.

The Nova Zagora International Youth Art EXhibition was organized from May 30 to June 30, showcasing works by children from Bangladesh, Belarus Bulgaria, UK, Germany, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Iran, Canada, Kazakhstan, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, USA, North Macedonia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sebia, Thailand, Turkey Ukraine, Hungary, Croatia, Montenegro and the Czech Republic.

The exhibition is organized every year by Nova Zagora Association and Duga art Studio.

The 25th edition of the exhibit will open on June 1, 2023 at the Nova Zagora Rusi Karabiberov  Art Gallery.

Source:Tehran Times