Winners of the 17th Young Artist exhibition titled “Beyond The Threshold of Time” received prizes during a ceremony held at Alhamra on Wednesday.

Eminent painter, Prof Saeed Akhtar and Board of Governors Chairperson Muneeza Hashmi distributed cash prizes and awards to the winning participants. On the occasion, Muneeza Hashmi congratulated the winners of the e-exhibition and said that it was a characteristic of Alhamra that they did not miss any opportunity to inspire the youth. “Lahore Arts Council (LAC) would continue to flourish under the leadership of Ijaz Ahmed Minhas,” she added.

Prominent artist Prof Saeed Akhtar said that connecting with culture brings out the truth of one’s art, and Alhamra is a place for artists to be connected with their art.

The winners of the 17th Young Artists Exhibition-2021 include Aiman Jamil, Beenish Ahmed, M Asif Kasi, Maryam Yousaf, Mubashara Anam, Noreen Jahan, Noorul Huda, Rubina Gull, Syeda Warda Batool and Yaseen Khan.

The 17th annual exhibition “Beyond the threshold of time” opened on 5th April and received approximately 600 works by 380 artists across the country. 500 works were selected for display and included paintings, prints, sculpture, installations, ceramics and graphic arts.

LAC Executive Director Ijaz Ahmed Minhas said they “hope to continue this exhibition for upcoming years with more zeal and improvement,” and “promote love and peace” through art.

From : pk.mashable.com

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