More than 375 people are invited to visit the 6th Art for Change – International Child Art Exhibition on the first day of its commencement at Alhamara Arts Council Lahore, Mall Road, Lahore.
Art for Change is Pakistan’s one of the largest international child art competitions and exhibitions started in 2014 by Discovering New Artists. An event with importance laid not only on art education but also on the fact that we should be socially responsible citizens of our country and the world we live in.
Discovering New Artists partnered with Lahore Arts Council and World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to launch the 6th Art for Change – International Child Art Exhibition at Alhamara Arts Council Lahore on Friday 31st January 2020. The exhibition featured over 175 breathtaking selected artworks among the 6,500 participants who participated in the competition under the theme of ‘Saving Wildlife and Endangered Species’ by schoolchildren aged 4-15 from all across Pakistan.
Director General (DG) World Wildlife Fund (WWF) inaugurated the ceremony and distributed the prizes and certificates to all the winning participants in a jam-packed inauguration ceremony. “The primary purpose of this initiative is to provide opportunities to the students from under-resourced schools and to give them a chance to participate equally on a national level with all the resources needed.”
This is an annual International Arts Competition that opens in August each year to let children participate and show their artistic talent as well as their thinking abilities to solve major issues surrounding us.