Photo Exhibition “Tohoku through the eyes of Japanese Photographers” opens
China Cultural Heritage Week 2017 kicks off in Islamabad. The exhibition will continue from July 7 till July 14.
German artist Manolo Ty photographs beautiful moments from lives of common Pakistanis in his book ‘Pakistan Now’
Pakistani and American artists jointly worked on an artistic venture that focuses on the beauty and culture of Pakistan’s people
Pakistani and Chinese artists narrate the tale of friendship and love shared by the people of Pakistan and China in their artworks in Islamabad.
Pakistani artist Shazly Khan’s mural, highlighting equality, unity, and tolerance, make it to the American Embassy in Islamabad
Art exhibition by Russian diplomat Mr. Youri Kozlov, Head of Trade department at the Embassy of the Russian Federation to Pakistan..
Art exhibition of 30 Cuban artists held in Islamabad to celebrate 60th anniversary of Pakistan-Cuba diplomatic ties and pay homage to famous Cuban musician Sara González.
National Art Gallery is organizing Portrait Painting Competition on 29 October from 10 am to 1 pm. Three best artworks will be awarded cash prizes..
A photography exhibition “60 SOLUTIONS against climate change” and film screening of ‘Home’ – both by Yann Arthus-Bertrand was held in Islamabad to raise awareness on climate change issues.
Bold and beautiful paintings by 12 emerging women artists of Pakistan send a strong message of resilience
More than 60 art students from twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi had the chance to explore the art of ceramics at an art workshop organized by Pakistan National Council of Arts (PNCA)
An exhibition showcasing Islamic calligraphy by a renowned Chinese artist is on display at Gallery 6 in Islamabad.
Delightfully vibrant works of art adroitly created by Faiza Shaikh not only brightened the mood of the visitors but also depicted the artist’s mystical journey.
An art lecture was organized by Dr Maria Lantz, President of Konsftack, the University college of Art, craft and Design in Sweden.
France has initiated a gigantic task by introducing a section dedicated to Islamic Art at Louvre Museum in Paris