Lok Virsa to hold calligraphy classes next month


ISLAMABAD, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News – September 26, 2021): The National Institute of Folk and Traditional Heritage (NIFTH) and Eco Records are reportedly hosting three-month calligraphy courses as part of a skills development program called ” Level Up ”.

Executive Director Lok Virsa Talha Ali told APP that the last registration date is September 30.

He said Lok Virsa has planned a skills development program called “Level Up” aimed at all creative and musical minds.

“Our instructors are made up of highly qualified and well-known professionals in their respective fields,” he said.

Renowned calligraphy instructor Muhammad Hanif will lead classes at Lok Virsa as part of the upgrade initiative.

The course is one step ahead for all students to master Qalam Calligraphy, Brush Pen Calligraphy, Traditional Pointed Pen Calligraphy, and Wide Brim Calligraphy.

Calligraphy is a type of visual art related to writing. It is designing a lettering with a wide tip brush or similar tool in one stroke.

A contemporary definition of calligraphic practice is the art of shaping signs in a harmonious, expressive, and skillful manner.

Calligraphy can also be part of an overall ornamental program, clearly separate from the rest of the decoration. It is a style of writing described as a writing, a hand, or an alphabet.

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