Clef, Pen and Brush

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What is human life without art? Since the first cavemen left their handprints on the stone walls of their homes, mankind had never been without art. From primitive drawings and simply carved figures to large works of art such as the Mona Lisa, the statue of David or the frescoes in the Sistine Chapel. From simple melodies to Mozart’s operas. From simple little stories to the big dramas on the theater stage.
But difficult times had dawned for art when many people no longer wanted to recognize its value.
This thought was the spark for an idea: A department of ASTROCOHORS CLUB that should be dedicated to art. Music, painting, writing … whatever.

And so this new department was created. Also the name was found: Clef, Pen and Brush.

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