ADO And Multan College Of Arts

Posted on March 31, 2009
Filed Under >Babar Bhatti, Art & Literature, Education
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Babar Bhatti

Multan College Of Arts (Bahauddin Zakaria University) held its first art exhibition on the 21st of Feb 2009.

Ammajee Development Organization was one of the primary sponsors of the thesis show . The primary guests and general participants praised and appreciated the young artists for their spontaneous creativity and expression.

The artworks included graphic design , sculptures and oil paintings that focused on the culture and the heritage of Multan . The art pieces were commendable given that their creators were fresh university graduates who seemed to be grounded with their culture. Dr Zafrullah (V-C) said the students had done a great job and every art piece depicted maturity of work and professionalism.
A very large number of art lovers turned out to attend the show and people from all walks of life kept pouring in after the opening.

Dr Zafrullah was very thankful to Ammajee Development Organization for all the effort it had put in to hold / sponsor the show.

The most appreciated work was produced by a student from the design department Umair Iqbal, his work was based on Ten Legends Of Multan and the presentation was done by showing the visuals of these legends . His idea of getting a book published was very well appreciated by the visitors and faculty members.

On 3rd of March 2009, Ms Tina Sani was invited to close the show officially . She was very impressed by the work of the students and pledged to be a suporter MCA/ADO.

This has been a cross post from ADO Pakistan’s website here

5 responses to “ADO And Multan College Of Arts”

  1. ABID says:

    Nice to see arts being popular. We should promote this more.

  2. Owais Mughal says:

    Babar, were you one of the organizer of this art event? Also what does ADO do?

  3. PMA says:

    We are thankful to Mr. Babar Bhatti & ATP for reporting this event. However the article was too short and did not tell much about the art work itself. Few pictures of the actual art work shown at the exhibition would have been helpful. Thanks anyway.

  4. Amera says:

    Sorry to say, but this reads more like a press release than the type of real commentary and quality analysis that we are used to at ATP.

  5. ASAD says:

    Very glad to hear that such activities are taking place all over Pakistan and not just in Karachi and Lahore.

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