ISLAMABAD, Aug 15: An exhibition featuring household accessories hand-painted by children from the PehliKiran School System was held at Gallery6 in Islamabad on Wednesday, says a press release.

The event was titled "Ao Rang Bharain – An Exhibition”. The items on display included bed covers, tablecloths, mats and newspaper bags that were created by students and volunteers during a four-week volunteer programme at PKSS.

This was marked by Saturdays of Fun, in which volunteers from all over Islamabad added colour to the lives of the students. The exhibition aimed to give the world a glimpse of these activities and the operations of the JamshedAkhtar Qureshi (JAQ) Education Trust, which runs the schools.

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