Exhibition of student art opens at UET
LAHORE: Students from several colleges and universities in the city called for a pollution-free environment, wildlife protection and peace through an exhibition of 130 paintings, sketches and photographs that opened at the University of Engineering and Technology in Lahore on Tuesday.
The exhibition, arranged by the Environmental and Horticulture Society (EHS), was opened by UET Vice Chancellor and former Lieutenant General Muhammad Akram Khan . EHS member Arooj Mahmood briefed the vice chancellor about the exhibition.
Students form the National College of Arts, the Punjab University, Government College University, the Rachana College, Gujranwala, the Lahore Grammar School and UET participated in the competition.
“We have paintings, sketches and photographs with themes related to the projection of nature and the protection of wildlife,” said Saim Azhar Virk.
Mr Virk said documentaries on the environment and Pakistan’s wildlife would be shown on Wednesday (today), followed by a prize distribution ceremony for the best art work. —Staff Report