The National College of Arts (NCA) Islamabad hosts an exhibition titled ‘Missing Links’, inaugurated by the Federal Minister for Education and Professional Training Rana Tanveer Hussain.

The inaugural ceremony was attended by Federal Minister Rana Tanvir Hussain and Ambassador of the Czech Republic Tomas Smitkin as special guests. On the occasion, Federal Minister for Education Rana Tanveer Hussain said that the exhibition has best reflected the culture and history of Pakistan.  Czech Ambassador Tomas Smetanka said he was happy to be in the NCA Islamabad. The NCA has a major role to play in the promotion of art.

Vice-Chancellor NCA Prof Dr Murtaza Jaffery said on the occasion that the works of 14 of our young teachers are included in this exhibition. Our artists have been appreciated nationally and internationally. The event was attended by a large number of NCA students, faculty, and art fans. Participants on the occasion said that such events provide opportunities for new talent to emerge. Such creative exhibitions not only promote art but also provide investment and employment opportunities.

The artwork of more than 14 young teachers of the NCA was presented for exhibition. All the artists beautified their art and sculptures using different colors and techniques. Artists include Shehzad Tanveer, Abdul Razzaq, Alibaba, Ismail Arbab, Hina Afzal, Hadiqa Amir, Kanwal Tariq, Karan Saleem, Mahrukh Bajwa, Maisam Hussain, Naseem Siddiqui, Rada Fatima, Syeda Saira Fatima, and Zobia Yaqub.

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