Rabeya Jalil is a visual artist and art educator based in Lahore. She received her undergraduate degree from the National College of Arts (2005), Lahore and a Masters in Education from Columbia University, Teachers College, New York, on a Fulbright Scholarship (2013). Jalil’s creative practice includes painting, curriculum development, teacher-education and writing. She is a founding member and co-editor for the Journal of Art Education Pakistan (JAEP), the first peer-reviewed publication about art education in Pakistan and is co-director of Conversations, an online talk show about teaching projects in art and design education. Jalil has presented at art education conferences in Lahore, Islamabad, Boston, New York, Fort Worth (Texas), San Diego, Chicago, Seattle and Istanbul and has exhibited her work in Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi, UAE, USA, UK, and India. Currently, she is Associate Professor in the Department of Fine Art at the National College of Arts, Lahore.
Rabeeha Adnan graduated in 2021 with a distinction in Fine Arts from the National College of Arts, Lahore. Adnan’s practice involves new media techniques including projection, animation, light installation and text. Her work encourages audience engagement with sensory experiences. It simultaneously addresses concerns regarding power dynamics within state structures and presents institutional critique.
She has exhibited at Canvas Gallery in Karachi, at Dominion Gallery by The Colony and at O Art Space in Lahore. Writing this is weird for her.