NUST Community Service Club’s (NCSC)
Art for Charity team organized an art exhibition on Tuesday 13th May, 2014. This
was the first venture by this newly established chapter which aims to serve
humanity, with the help of work done by its young artists. NCSC’s Art for
Charity team aims at generating revenue via exhibitions and Artwork sales.
Generated revenue will in turn be used to setup small scale cottage industry
for the poor/jobless. Their first goal is to construct a free vocational
training institute for widows in Taxila.
The one day exhibition was held in
SADA Seminar Hall, and had art of various genres like mosaic painting,
calligraphy, abstract painting, oil painting and charcoal painting on display.
The event was attended by more than four hundred lovers of art and humanity who
had the company of young and aspiring artists like Ms Sameera Khalid,
Wajhi-ul-Hassan Naqvi and Meesum Abbass.
The event proved to be very useful
in terms of revenue generation, with a total gain of around fifty thousand
rupees which will go to the establishment of a vocational school in Taxila.