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Heritage Now, (Cultural Event ) At Alhamra Arts Council, Lahore

To me, heritage and culture preservation is an essential part of any country that values itself. We have a long way to go compared to so many other cities around the world: according to me our heritage legislation is pretty weak and keeping this thing in mind it is a tiny effort from my side to capture and store culture and heritage in my lens.

Enjoy Pakistani culture and art through my eye. Hoping that my first effort would be appreciated. Positive criticism is more than welcome. Heritage Now was a two-day festival that celebrated and reflected upon the cultural heritage of Pakistan. The festival brought together professionals from Pakistan and various other countries to discuss pressing issues facing the museums and heritage sector in Pakistan through conversation, performance and art. Full Video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZjOI5_MKj0Q British Council Pakistan
Walled City of Lahore Authority - والڈ سٹی لاہور اتھارٹی
Morango #HeritageNow
Faizan Bhatti 
Communication Designer 
Profile I am Faizan Bhatti, a Pakistani-origin graphic designer, self-taught artist and professional photographer based in the city of Karachi and Hyderabad. I have a divine gift for exploring vibrant, colorful concepts with deep details and then to visualize them into the digital and tangible entities. From the very young days I developed the strong natural relationship with Art, Graphic Design, Colors, Beauty, but it was at my grad school when I started making it my professional playfield and self-professed career in 2005 that herald everyone around me. I have done bachelors in Design and Contemporary arts specializing in communication Design. I also have a professional diploma in photography and filmmaking that adds a feather in my artistic brigade. I currently work as Creative Head - Graphic, Web Design & Illustration Department at Gexton Inc. Pakistan.

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