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Interview with Engineer Yilkal Getnet

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ETHIO 251 on current Ethiopian undertakings and on Ethio America circumstance, meet with Engineer Yilkal Getnet. Some quality the modest number of execution craftsmen to the absence of information or openness to the craftsmanship. Yohannes says the absence of a presentation school or execution as an incorporated piece of an educational plan brings about not very many specialists rehearsing execution craftsmanship. Most execution specialists are prepared as painters, stone workers, or entertainers. He, at the end of the day, gotten his BA in painting from AAU’s Alle School of Fine Arts and Design and finished his MFA at the Academy of Contemporary Art and Creative Writing, University of Tromsø, Norway.

Bekele Mekonen, Assistant Professor at Alle School of Fine Art and Design, says there is no exhibition workmanship educational program at Alle School of Fine Arts and Design. There are classes and conversations on the subject yet it isn’t regulated. Another of Helen’s exhibitions Back and Forth 2 had her shrouded head to toe in white cloth strolling around Berlin conveying a red umbrella. In a meeting with the Reporter in 2016, Helen said the exhibition was arranged in Berlin since she was unfortunate of doing it in Addis. The public criticism can be blended. Bekele credits this to the moderate idea of Ethiopian culture.

“Hardly any craftsmen setting out to shake things up” and many are unfortunate of posing the fundamental inquiries execution craftsmanship endeavors to posture to society. In writing, theater and music craftsmen pass on messages by implication, particularly utilizing parody or conundrums to voice disliked conclusions or dissent certain issues. Bekele says, “cheerful or scholarly dissent has no acknowledgment” in an exceptionally cryptic and secretive local area. Execution craftsmanship is regularly immediate and conflict.

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