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The River’s Daughter – An original play by Arieb Azhar for contemporary times.
Last week, I had the opportunity to meet Arieb Azhar at the National Academy of Performing Arts (NAPA) after quite a long time at the press conference introducing his play ‘The River’s Daughter’. It’s always a pleasure to be in the company…
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Environmental Awareness Through Visual Art
Sometimes, conveying the climate change crisis that we face today requires more than just facts and numbers. At this point we’re all aware of the issue, but we lack the incentive or motivation to do something about it unless we feel emotionally…
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An Exclusive Interview With Arieb Azhar: The In Tune Environmentalist
This week, we had the opportunity to interview Arieb Azhar, a well-established musician in Pakistan and now Director at popular community space, T2F (The Second Floor). Having lived in Croatia for 13 years, Arieb is a melting pot of musical…