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Educational film festival week is being organized by the Defence Housing Authority

An educational film festival week is being organized by the Defence Housing Authority (DHA) for the children of DHA schools and colleges. The film festival is going be started from today and will continue till Oct 12 in DHA Cinema. The film festival week is being organized with the cooperation of “The Little Arts” and will be based upon the similar film festival organized by the Punjab government at Alhamra Arts Council for school going students of Lahore. It was announced by the DHA officials that the film festival will show such movies that can give learning experience about different things around the world.

A Painting art exhibition was conducted by the Fine Arts Department of Government College University GCU Lahore.

The event was chaired by GCU Vice-Chancellor Dr Khaleeq-ur-Rahman. He also initiated the exhibition in which the 24 art pieces of renowned artist Muhammad Iqbal were displayed. The exhibition was organized at Minhas Art Gallery. The event was also graced by Punjab Council of Arts Deputy Director Muhammad Ehsan.

The Vice Chancellor of GCU Professor Rahman lauded the great efforts of artist, Muhammad Iqbal and said that he has great mastery over the abstract art and very beautifully produced the images having bright colours. He further said that all of his paintings are stunning and catches the attention of viewers. Most of his paintings describes the depression and sadness form which we are suffering at present time and reflect the inner displeasure of people due to poverty and terrorism. By praising his efforts he said that these artist are the asset of our nation and their art work must be admired by conducting different exhibitions.

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