Art


‘Artivism for Child Justice’ launched

October 23, 2019, Islamabad: Honourable Minister of Law & Justice, Dr. Farogh Naseem in collaboration with Group Development Pakistan launched the ‘Artivism for Child Justice’ campaign for ensuring and enforcing child justice across Pakistan in an event held at Islamabad. The awareness campaign focuses on child justice using arts as a tool to reach out to people from different socio-economic backgrounds. ‘Artivism’, a concept adopted in consultation with children uses local indigenous arts like truck arts, puppetry, interactive theatre, visual art and musicians to allow ownership of this youth transformative process. Truck arts, a popular art form is being used […]


Annual Art Competition 2019 for all PUBLIC SCHOOLS across Pakistan

Pakistan Coalition for Education has announced its Annual Art Competition 2019 for all PUBLIC SCHOOLS across Pakistan!  If you’re an aspiring artist who has a passion for social change, this is your chance to vent on a canvas!  Young artists from all over Pakistan are encouraged to send their artwork themed around “Barriers to Girls’Education” and all submissions are to be made no later than 30th October 2019. So gear up, summon all your creativity and let the brush do the rest!  The top three artists selected by the jury will receive cash prizes.  All participants and schools will get certificate.  Maximum […]


#EqualyLoud – Small Grants for Short Films in Pakistan

The Little Art (through its project Zero mm Youth Film Festival Southasia) is seeking proposals to support short film production through small grants. The grants aim to support young independent filmmakers from Pakistan. Proposal can be sent by anyone over the age of 18 years, but projects shall engage under 25 young people working in key roles in the projects. Projects seeking for support shall include narrative/fiction films, documentary films, and new media projects that align with themes of gender equality, violence against children specially young girls and women, and empowerment of the marginalized from gender and rights perspective. Themes […]