Inspiring Child Calligraphy Exhibition received appreciation.

Lahore (Qasim Ali)

An inspirational child calligraphy exhibition curated by renowned calligrapher Zahid Mayo is receiving appreciation in the city. The art pieces displayed in the exhibition were prepared by young students in one month workshop and exhibition was held at Aangun- Center for Learning and Culture. Distinguished guest Iqbal Salahuddin, inaugurated the exhibition and felicitated the young artists with well-deserved awards.

Zahid Mayo, an acclaimed calligrapher and mentor, took the helm in guiding a month-long calligraphy workshop during the month of July, nurturing and honing the artistic skills of these talented young minds. Under Mayo’s expert guidance, the children explored the art of calligraphy, delving into various styles, techniques, and tools to express their creativity.

“Art has the power to unleash the potential of young minds, and it has been an absolute pleasure to mentor these young artists in the art of calligraphy,” said Zahid Mayo. “Through this exhibition, we aim to showcase the brilliant journey these children have embarked upon, and the immense talent they possess.”

During the workshop, the young artists had the unique opportunity to interact with the esteemed calligrapher, Irfan Ahmed Qureshi, who joined as a guest speaker. Irfan Ahmed Qureshi shared his wisdom and insights about the significance of calligraphy, inspiring the young minds to delve deeper into the world of this ancient art form.

“We believe that art education is essential in shaping well-rounded individuals, and it is heartening to see the impact of the calligraphy workshop on these young artists,” remarked Shoaib Iqbal, the founder of The Little Art.

“We are grateful to Zahid Mayo and Irfan Ahmed Qureshi for their invaluable contribution in nurturing the creative spirit of these children.”

The exhibition is a testament to The Little Art’s commitment to providing a nurturing space for young artists to flourish and showcasing their artistic endeavors to a wider audience. Parents, teachers, art enthusiasts, and the wider community were warmly invited to attend this captivating exhibition and support these budding young artists.