Chairperson Message

Progressive art can assist people to learn not only about the objective forces at work in the society in which they live, but also about the intensely social character of their interior lives. Ultimately, it can propel people toward social emancipation." Borrowing these wordy expressions from Angela Davis, I personally believe that culture is the passion for sweetness and light only if it is being prevailed through progression in art leading toward the individuality and development of a civilized society. Art being representative of a society should be promoted; taking in account the sub-continental culture. It is rich and full of talent, the only thing it requires is a streamlined platform that we are trying our best to give through Lahore Arts Council. Youth's talent is being stimulated through different cultural activities including different medium of expressive art competitions and organizational events. We are working hard to make it an exemplified house of art and hopefully in upcoming years we will be successful in upbringing art in a terrified and culturally dead society of Pakistan.
  Ms. Moneeza Hashmi

Executive Director 

Art and Culture of a country is an outward manifestation of the collective pride and identity of its people built up by both physical and mental forces over centuries. Greatness and success of a nation is measured by the yardstick of its cultural progress and development. Variations have been made in culture and form of arts as evolution takes place with the passage of time but basis always remain same. For young talent it is only medium that can act as a powerful catalyst in mobilizing its capabilities only it requires a streamlines direction so this talent can be motivated by directing a positive outcome. To maintain our individuality in this ever decreasing global village we have to be enthused and advanced as a potential force that not only upholds & protects the art, culture and traditions of this region but also plays an active role in developing, preserving and promoting the same with pride and fortitude. 
  Muhammad Rafi Ullah