In State Folklore Center Exhibition Hall opened exhibition for "Georgian ethnographic clothing" created by vocational students. The event were attended by the First Deputy Minister of Education and Science Ketevan Natriashvili and invited guests. The exhibition is organized by the Ministry of Education and Science and by the support of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and is continuing through December 3.
At "Georgian ethnographic clothing" exhibition is presebted national clothes and matching accessories, which are designed by professional students by active involvment of profssional teachers. College students are taking part in the exhibition of nine professional. Nine professional College students are taking part in the exhibition.
Within Professional education reform strategy action plan, it’s implemented to strengthen the capacities of the human-centered activity - vocational students and teachers' training, national clothes / accessories production and exhibition space for the issues in 2014.
Under the project, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) has invited the Federal Republic of Germany, Bonn Beethoven Museum art historian and tour guide - Miutnikhi Nino, which has provided appropriate training and seminars focused on implementation of exhibition space for the organization.