ISLAMABAD – Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA) has started various art classes to engage students and amateur artists during their summer vacations.

Around 100 students from various educational institutions of twin cities Rawalpinidi and Islamabad have registered for the classes so far to get trained in different fields of visual and performing arts during three-month Summer Art Camps.

These courses offer exciting opportunity for budding artists for exploring their hidden talent while the participants have been divided into two age groups 4 to 8 and 9 to 15 years old.

Children Art Workshop, Visual Arts Division and Performing Arts Division of PNCA have including courses of painting, sculpture, drawing, singing, dancing and other disciplines.

During various sessions of the art camps, the young artistes will experience and create drawings and paintings by using different mediums, themes and techniques by master artists.

The classes of visual arts will continue till August 10 with opportunities for budding artists to get extra skills besides their regular studies.