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UMISAA Scholar Zil-e-Batool’s work showcased in France

UMISAA Scholar Zil-e-Batool’s work showcased in France

A UMISAA Scholar and a visiting faculty member at Mariam Dawood School of Visual Arts & Design (SVAD), Zil-e-Batool has participate in the 52nd Sainte Marie aux Mines Minerals and Gems show in France from 25th-28th June, 2015. She also attended the UNESCO Forum to empower women in poor countries titled as “The Role of Women in Fighting Poverty” with Mme France Marquet, representative of SAF to UNESCO. The forum was held at UNESCO’s headquarters in Paris on 29th-30th June, 2015.

About the exhibition, Zil recalls, “It was a great experience to participate in the 52nd Sainte Marie aux Mines Minerals and Gems show started on the 25th - 28th Jun 2015. My collection for this show was based on each part of Pakistan to represent the beautiful landscape from every corner of my land. Each piece is stunning and uniquely composed. Among other jewelers and designers my work had a distinctive approach to present a unique style and elegance. The walnut from Hunza, Paisley from Kashmir, Shrines from Multan, Moon from the traditional jewelry of Jindan kaur from Punjab, Flowers from the land of Peshawar, Peacocks from Thar and many more was appreciated by the visitors and to excite the audience of Europe to see Pakistan from a beautiful perspective the way I want to narrate beauty in my each exclusive creation.”

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