Rawalpindi - The fine arts students of Fatima Jinnah Women University (FJWU) exhibited their creative and innovative artwork at “Thesis Display 2015.” The Thesis Display 2015 was a magnificent show of creativity, innovation and professional approach of the fine arts students of master and bachelor classes, informed FJWU spokesman yesterday.

Hiroshi Inomata, the ambassador of Japan to Pakistan, along with Vice-Chancellor (VC) Prof Dr Samina Amin Qadir inaugurated the display.

The Japanese ambassador is a great supporter of art. He appreciated the efforts of the university and its departments for professional development of its students.

While addressing the students, he said, “Culture of Pakistan and Japan is quite alike.” He said the maturity of students’ work also highlights the contributions made by their teachers and dedication of the university towards its students through providing them an ideal environment to groom their talent and creativeness.

The VC applauded the efforts of the students and said the efforts of the students are remarkable and outlook is very unique and diverse. She said the university aims at providing its students market-oriented skills through practical work, besides the theoretical part of any course, she added. She also thanked the ambassador for visiting FJWU and encouraging students.

A total of 71 students of master and bachelor programmes took part to prove their flair and diverse artistic approach. Art pieces in different disciplines including, oil painting, textile, graphic designing, miniature paintings, print making, and photography were displayed. The artwork displayed in the exhibition was very distinctive and full of expressions as the young artistic souls tried to translate their emotions and ideas through their fabulous work. The exhibition will remain open today (Thursday), informed varsity spokesman.

Later, the Japanese ambassador visited the state-of-the-art television studio (Vision of Women) and campus radio station FM 96.6 (Voice of Women) managed and operated by the students of communication and media studies department. He appreciated infrastructure and facilities at the FJWU for the faculty and students.