The targeted audience will consist of all students in the department of fine arts, enrolled in other related Bachelor of Arts degrees and other students in the campus with interest in arts. They may come from any majors and it is important to note that this event will not discriminate on art lovers and hence will allow the attendance of local students from other institutions. The projected number in attendance during the event will range from 150 to 200 individuals with an allowance of rising above the higher limit. Art is an element of humanity that has promoted diversity and therefore fostered harmony and inclusiveness across all nations (Ladis, 2001).In recognition of this fact, the event will be based on fostering unity in the diverse nature of human race and therefore all individuals from the different social cross cuttings of race, gender and social status shall not be discriminated against. The idea of promoting diversity through inclusive attendance or in the target audience’s composition is to help explore and justify the fact that it is through art that ideas can be drawn to encourage peaceful co-existence among different people. This is because it acts as a common feature that draws their interests despite their differences in the social-cultural dynamism of the society we live in today. The Intricacies and Feasibility of a Proposed Art Event.
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