An exhibition of late Noor Mukadam’s calligraphy will be held in Islamabad from December 10 to December 11. The exhibition is being organised in collaboration with the Pakistan National Council of the Arts. The exhibition is being held to to honour the life and work of Noor.

“Noor was spiritually in touch and artistically inclined from a very young age. Her passion for Islam conjoined with her creative soul were expressed through Calligraphy. Noor used this art medium to transmit the voice of the Divine in a unique and beautiful way,” says the invitation to Noor’s exhibition, “She was a prolific artist whose exemplary work was an expression of her innermost thoughts.”

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“The exhibition will journey the bright illustration of love and compassion in the often volatile and unsettling world of today.”


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Noor Mukadam was brutally murdered at a residence in the capital’s upscale Sector F-7/4 on July 20. The case is currently on trial.  Her death sparked national outrage, including protests and candlelight vigils across the country.