Islamabad -  All art forms provide us an escape from what we know as reality but sculpture tends to do this on a more personal level because it’s closer to representation of the way we live and how our senses interpret the world around us.
Director General Pakistan National Council of Arts, Mohammad Naeem said this while addressing the concluding ceremony of Sculpture in Clay & Moulding Casting in Plaster Workshop Friday.
He said sculpture is bold and noticeable art and is often used as an announcement or declaration of honour and the beautiful thing is how each one of us sees art and sculpture in different ways.
He awarded certificates among the participants, while art pieces created during the workshop was also displayed on the occasion.
Irfan Hakeem conducted the workshop at the National Art Gallery, to provide education and training to the budding artists.
It was aimed to utilize their potential and hidden energies by expressing in their respective medium.
PNCA has always put emphasis on the training and education of young generation to divert their energies towards healthy and fruitful activities.
More than 20 students from Fatima Jinnah Women University, NCA, Hazara University and Roots participated in the workshop.