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Murtaza Jafri (born 7 March 1958) is a Pakistani painter, draftsman, sculptor and art-educator. He is also principal/Vice Chancellor of National College of Arts, Lahore, a post he has been holding since August 2013. Jafri has been teaching art since 1987 and has taught at National College of Arts, he has also supervised PhD candidates in leading universities of Pakistan and abroad. Jafri has also served as director at Pakistan National Council of the Arts, Islamabad from 1989 to 1990. Jafri also has studied in various universities, including National College of Arts (Pakistan), Chelsea College of Arts (England), University of Brighton (England) Concordia University (Canada), Université de Montréal (Canada) and Algonquin College (Canada). Jafri has a PhD in Fine Art, Bachelor of Fine Arts and a Master of Arts degree.
|Born||7 March 1958|
Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.
|Education||National College of Arts, BFA (1982–1986)|
Chelsea College of Arts, MA (1996–1997) University of East London, PhD (1998–2002)
|Known for||Principal of National College of Arts, Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture, Fine Art|
|Movement||Pop Art, Traditional Art|