Paintings at art exhibition in Amritsar mesmerise visitors

Paintings at art exhibition in Amritsar mesmerise visitors

Visitors take a look at variety of artworks at Khalsa College at KT Kala in Amritsar. Tribune photo

Tribune News Service
Amritsar, March 12

An art exhibition was organised by the Post Graduate Department of Fine Arts of Khalsa College at KT Kala on Thursday. The exhibition was inaugurated by principal, Khalsa College, Dr Mehal Singh. He said that creative skills among students must be honed to full potential.

He said that the students of fine arts department managed to manifest their skill on canvas despite the pandemic and this positive outlet was a sign of their determination. As many as 50 art works of students have been displayed at the exhibition that will be held till March 13. Prominent artists from city like Mala Chawla, Ravinder Dhillon, Narinder Singh, Gulshan Sadana, Kawal Sehgal, Gursharan Kaur, attended the exhibition and shared their critical reviews with students.

Painting exhibition at BBK DAV College

The PG department of Applied Arts, Fine Arts and Design of BBK DAV College for women organised a painting exhibition and recitation competition to mark the celebrations of International Women’s Day. Dr Tajinder Kaur Nagpal, director and chief consultant, Hartej Hospital, was the chief guest.

Principal Dr Pushpinder Walia Sharma said a woman is the pillar of the society. She added that education is a pre-requisite for the empowerment of women as it instills confidence and ensures their financial independence.

Dr Tajinder Kaur Nagpal emphasised the independence and safety of women. She also added that daily reports about the harassment of women are heart-rending and therefore it is important for a woman to learn security for her independent existence.

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