Students show their talent at Fatima Jinnah Women University
Rawalpindi:An art exhibition was held at the Fatima Jinnah Women University on Thursday where the work of Fine Arts students was displayed.
The show assembled the thesis work of the masters students as part of their degree requirements and featured art objects in the field of oil painting, calligraphy, textile, graphic designing, printmaking and photography. The students’ work was displayed throughout the buildings of Fine Arts, BCA and Communication Sciences Block. A large number of the faculty and students appreciated their display work.
FJWU Vice Chancellor Professor Dr. Saeeda Asadullah Khan, who was the chief guest inaugurated the exhibition.
While applauding the efforts of the students, she said that it was a visual and artistic delight that reflects creativity and imagination of the students. “It is the renewal of the traditional art and how it is being revived in the new millennium. Keep searching for the stars and for artists only sky is the limit”, she said. The show included of the exceptional display of the 38 students using different mediums and in different areas of Fine Arts. The students were enthusiastic about the work and their parents were pleased at the outcome. The discipline of oil painting featured striking and eye catching depictions of ‘textures and cracks in ‘earth’, ‘doors’ and ‘hand postures’ as a visual language. The students explored different themes in printmaking like imaginative aspirations and dreams, beautifully and with unique angles, etc. In the discipline of calligraphy the students of FJWU worked on dynamic pieces of art influenced by Islamic Art in Calligraphy such as a combination of the Islamic Art ‘Kufic’ and ‘Naskh’ calligraphy portraying the verses of the Holy Qura’an. Teaching of ‘Nafs’ in Islam and composing Qura’anic verses and ‘Hadith’ related to it in ‘Kufic’ and ‘Naskh’. Creating calligraphy in 3-D forms of Faith in Allah.
The exhibition was a blend of unique art objects truly portraying the creativity of the students. The unique work done in the discipline of ceramics surrounded the viewer with powerful depictions of iconic figures in a pleasantly surprising contour of mud.
In Graphic Designing the artefacts of Ayesha Wali Khan, Gul-e-Rana, Hira Kaleem, Maimoona Shaheen, Noor Fatima, Saba Khateeb, Sehrish Fatima, Hifza Abid, Nayab Khalid, Rida Bakhtiar, Nadia Jehangir, Zainub Akram Barlas, Noor-ul-Ain and Salma Iftikhar were on the display.
In textile the works of Ammara Zafar, Ammara Zamir, Rabia Sagheer, Sobia Mobeen, Summiyah Latif Awan, Mubeen Ajmal Khan, Nabeela Naz, Sandeela Chaudhry, Anam Khushi and Mahjabeen were displayed.The news