Alhamra Academy to launch regular art classes for the first time


LAHORE – The Lahore Arts Council (LAC), which is known for training talented and creative artists every year, has now taken steps to launch regular courses and degrees for emerging artists and young people.

To this end, the Alhamrah administration has started to hire teachers for new classes.

The meeting, chaired by LAC Executive Director Atta Muhammad Khan, decided that teachers of music, dance, singing and other classes would submit their lesson plans to the executive director in 15 days while the board prepare a summary. on faculty needs.

Performing arts students will wear ID cards at Alhamra premises. Mr Khan said the classes, which are generally seen as a hobby, would be turned into degree and diploma courses and that the council had signed an agreement with the Department of Musicology at the University of Punjab and other agreements from this type would be signed with other cultural organizations.

It is a great initiative to promote the rich culture of Pakistan and the students will get to know more about art and its importance in life.

Pakistani youth have immense talent and should be offered platforms to exhibit their skills and creative ideas nationally and internationally.

World famous painter Pablo Picasso said: “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist when they grow up.”


Kayleen C. Rice

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