Amna’s areas of expertise lie in traditional egg tempera painting practices, utilizing natural paint pigment that she extracts from locally sourced minerals, earths, and flora, indigenous to Pakistan.
Mehrin Haseeb is one of the first batch of artists from the recently established Diploma Program of VMCTA Karachi, in collaboration with PFSTA London.
Lisa is Outreach and Harmony Programme Manager at the Prince’s School of Traditional Arts (PSTA), in London, responsible for the PSTA’s Outreach programmes in China, Azerbaijan, and now Karachi.
Farkhondeh Ahmadzadeh is an Iranian artist based in London. Her work explores the disciplines of Persian poetry manuscripts, sacred geometry, and Persian miniatures.
Ghulam Hyder was awarded a full Jameel scholarship to study at The Prince’s School of Traditional Arts (PSTA). In 2010, when he graduated with a Masters with Distinction...
Isra Butt is a surface pattern /textile designer and art educator. Isra is dedicated to the revival of historical traditional crafts and has been inspired by centuries of traditional Islamic pattern, geometry and the beauty of nature.
William Riding is a painter, teacher, writer and designer. Since graduating in 2013 specializing in a process of drawing used commonly in Renaissance Italy known as metal point.
Nooshin Shafiei began her career in Iran in the arts of woodcarving and marquetry under the supervision of Ostad Imamia and Ostad Mirtaibi, both Iranian masters of this craft...
Samiur Rahman is a creative artist and designer specializing in Arabic Calligraphy. He graduated from the Princes School of Traditional Arts in 2017 where he was awarded the Bagri Prize.
Maryam Cheema is a multidisciplinary artist focused on empowering artisans, through arts and culture. She is an Acumen and ArtThink South Asia (ATSA) Fellow and holds a master’s degree in Multimedia Arts from National College of Arts (NCA), Lahore. Maryam has been working in the field of arts for the past fifteen years, practising in … Continue reading "Maryam Cheema"