This Weekend in Karachi: Illustrate and Create
This weekend in Karachi, we’ve got five exciting and immersive activities lined up for you. Writing, creating, learning, and swinging: there’s no better way to spend this weekend in Karachi.
Drawing Words is an exciting new exhibition of children’s book illustrations curated by UK Children’s Laureate and award-winning writer and artist, Lauren Child. The exhibition features 10 illustrators whose work pushes the boundaries of illustration in new and exciting ways.
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Get the Picture
From comics and magazines to advertising and animation, there’s so much you can do with illustration! Explore the burgeoning world of illustration and design and learn basic techniques and styles to create powerful visuals. This weekend in Karachi is best spent at the British Council Library.
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The first half of your night will be spent learning the basic steps, while the remainder will see music playing and the group swing dancing with each other. But let’s not hog a partner, dance with each other into merriment, and start the first swing scene in Karachi!
P.S. Tickets will be available at the entrance
NauTarang is a platform initiated by All Pakistan Music Conference (APMC), Karachi in collaboration with Alliance Française de Karachi. Its aim is to host student performances of traditional music and to work for the sustenance of traditional performing arts.
P.S. Entry is free and open to all!
Retune your weekends in Karachi and learn how to play harmonium in three months with Ahmer Amir. He is a versatile musician from a famous musical family. He has a strong grip on classical music and has developed a unique teaching style where he fuses classical with pop music.
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So where will this weekend in Karachi lead you? We’d love to tag along too!