Thursday, January 16, 2014

Japanese Calendars Exhibition in Multan

Multan Art Council pakistan

‘Japanese calendars exhibition’ in Multan Thursday, January 16, 2014 - Multan—Around 109 different calendars have been put on display in the “Japanese Calenders Exhibition 2014” to show the culture and contemporary arts of Japan. The exhibition was organized by the Embassy of Japan in collaboration with Multan Arts Council at Multan Arts Council on Wednesday. The exhibition was inaugurated by the Counsellor Embassy of Japan in Pakistan Mr Toshikazu Isomura and EDO Community Asif Ali Farrukh. The exhibition will remain open for public till January 29. The Counsellor Japan Embassy said that calenders show Japan’s traditional and contemporary arts, spots, automobiles, nature, cultural heritage and architecture. Every calender is a piece of art, the Japan Calenders Association has tired their best to attract viewers through different subjects and mediums, he added. A large number of local people visited the exhibition, however, all calendars would be distributed to the visitors through balloting draw by the Multan Arts Council.

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