ACP serves art and culture regardless of color, caste, language: Wahab



3rd year theses display under the Arts Council Institute of Art and Crafts organized by Arts Council of Pakistan Karachi was held at Ahmed Parvez Art Gallery. Abila, Noor, Rameeza, Bisma Abid, Sheeza Shoukat and Zainab Abdul Rasheed participated. Administrator Karachi Murtaza Wahab and President Arts Council Muhammad Ahmad Shah took special part in the thesis display.

Administrator Karachi Murtaza Wahab while expressing the thesis display said that I am happy to come to the Arts Council, there is no discrimination here, there are students of every color, language and religion, this is a platform where children can show their talent.

Showing Children’s creativity is being nurtured here. I am happy that the beautiful work of deaf and dumb girls is being seen here. Children are putting their ideas on canvas. Children from different areas of Karachi are studying here is being given an education that a child of every class can get.

Arts Council Karachi is working with the support of Sindh Government, earlier Arts Council was not like this, now they are presenting the name of their province in front of the whole world in a beautiful way.

It is important to highlight things, we stand with Ahmed Shah as well as the institution, and we see children studying here who would never think of getting this education. My promise is providing protection to public entertainment places so that art and culture can be promoted.


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