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آثار منتخب هفتمین مجموعه‌ی منتخب نسل نو روز جمعه - 14 تیرماه - 1392 به نمایش درآمدند.

به گزارش بخش هنرهای تجسمی خبرگزاری دانشجویان ایران (ایسنا)، صد قطعه‌ی این دوره در دو مرحله توسط امیرحسین بیانی، ژینوس تقی‌زاده، امیر فرهاد، سمیرا علیخانزاده و بهرنگ صمدزادگان انتخاب شده و بنابر اعلام هیئت انتخاب اسامی برگزیدگان بدون تقدم و تاخر به شرح ذیل می‌باشد:

سپیده مهرگان، اعظم گلکار، ساره مصباحی، ابراهیم رهنما منش، ملاحت محب خواه، محدثه موحد، مرجان یوسفی، محبوبه درستان، زهرا سلیمانی، حسین طاری، رعنا صالحی ، مریم معتضدی، مهراد اسکندری دانا، نسیم عسگری، زهرا مولا علی، مریم (هما) عبداللهی ، امیر خجسته، بهناز خامه چیان، محمدرضا احمدی منفرد، طاهر روز مه سالی، محمد پیریایی، فریدالدین مولایی، مهسا احسنی، زرتشت رحیمی، تارا آزرم، رویا رجائی، هدیه جعفری، ساغر حمزه لو، نسرین اسماعیلی، میلاد پورحق گو، لیلا رضوانی، مینا غفاری، زهرا گودرزی، مرضیه مصورزاده، اعظم گلزاری مقدم، الهام امیدی، المیرا سررشته دارمی، لیلا سید زاده، نسرین نجفی، نازنین اوقانیان، اشکان ماهرویی، علیرضا چلیپا، مهدی درویشی ، ساله شریفی، افسانه رونقی، ابوسعید اسدی، اسماعیل عمادی، فرزاد کشتکار، سید وحید احمدی طباطبائی و معصومه مزرعه لی.

بنابراین گزارش، هفته آینده اسامی سه برنده نهایی توسط هیات داوران متشکل از شهره مهران، رزیتا شرف جهان و جمشید حقیقت‌شناس اعلام می‌شود. قرار است کتابی از این آثار نیز به مدیریت هنری ایمان صفایی منتشر شود.

هنگامه معمری دبیر این سالانه ضمن تشکر از همه همراهان و حامیان معنوی و مادی منتخب هفتم ابراز امیدواری کرد، تا فراخوان هشتمین منتخب نسل نو ، خط مشی آن و اسامی هیئت انتخاب آن تا پایان بهمن 1392 اعلام شود.

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