Shah recognized for art contributions across the region

Montgomery County primarily based artist Zartasha Shah has been regarded for her contributions to the visible arts throughout the Houston location.

This spring she has been recognized by the Consulate Common of Pakistan for exhibiting her artwork there. She has also been acknowledged by the Texas Riceland Basis and the Hazara American Welfare Association for inventive contributions to all those groups.

Other awards involve a photography winner at the Lone Star Art Guild Art Galleries such as the Art League Fort Bend, Conroe Artwork League, Houston artwork culture, Imperial Artwork Alliance, Lake Houston Space Artists, Lufkin Artwork Guild, Northwest Artwork League, Tomball Artwork League and The Woodlands Art League in Texas.

Shah was born to Syeda Kalsum Anjum Gilani and Mohio-u-Din in a lavishly green town termed Bahawal Pur, Pakistan. She has been married to Syed Ahmed Shah for 34 many years. They have three little ones. She resides locally and is learning at the College of Houston Technique.

She is having courses to finish her Ph.D. diploma program in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in artwork instruction at the College of Education and learning and she will be capable to graduate in spring 2024.

In the spring of 2021, Shah has concluded a certification in early childhood enhancement in instruction and a different certification in household management at Harvard.

She is an lively member of the American Academic Analysis Affiliation, Conroe Artwork League, Golden Crucial Worldwide Honor Society, National Artwork Training Affiliation, UNA-United states of america, and she is also a docent coordinator at the Conroe Artwork League in Conroe.

As a curator and an artist, she has curated the 4 art exhibitions like the Colours of Freedom (Spring 20), Shades of Prosperity (Drop 18), Colours of Contentment (Drop 17), and the Whispers of Ideas (Tumble 2009) at The Consulate General of Pakistan, Houston, Texas. At the Pakistan Center, she has curated the six art exhibitions like the Shades of Enlightenment (Slide 16), Zartasha Shah (Spring 16), Colors of Hope (Drop 15), Hues of Satisfaction (Fall 14), Colors of Daily life (Slide 13), and a Solo Exhibition (Tumble 08) of her was also curated by herself in Houston. Some of the artworks are on a long term display at the Consulate Standard of Pakistan in Houston.

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