PARTICIPANT / Sajad Malik

  • Name Sajad Malik
  • Country India
  • Vocation Not Available
  • Education Not Available
 

Sajad Malik (Srinagar)
Sajad studied at the Institute of Music and Fine Arts in Srinagar and currently works as Daily Editorial Cartoonist of the Greater Kashmir Newspaper and its Urdu-edition Uzma. He has designed the cover for Combat Law – International Human Rights Magazine and worked as a cartoonist-animator and designer for Doordarshan in Kashmir and Al-Safa newspaper. He has been invited to show his work by the Public Service Broadcasting Trust in an international film festival about peace and conflict. In August 2008, Sajad participated in the South Asian Cartoon Congress 2. Sajad Malik (Srinagar)
Sajad studied at the Institute of Music and Fine Arts in Srinagar and currently works as Daily Editorial Cartoonist of the Greater Kashmir Newspaper and its Urdu-edition Uzma. He has designed the cover for Combat Law – International Human Rights Magazine and worked as a cartoonist-animator and designer for Doordarshan in Kashmir and Al-Safa newspaper. He has been invited to show his work by the Public Service Broadcasting Trust in an international film festival about peace and conflict. In August 2008, Sajad participated in the South Asian Cartoon Congress organsied by Himal South Asia Magazine in Kathmandu. His film ‘Kashmir in Black and White’ showed at a national students film festival organized by Anhad, an NGO in Gujarat and Kashmir. His work was also exhibited in an international exhibition at the Zemex Museum organized by the Iran Cartoon House. Publications include ‘Identity Card’, a non-fictional graphic novel and ‘Snowmen and Kalashnikovs: An anthology of dispatches from Kashmir’ (being published by Picador, UK in 2009). Also under publication is ‘Terrorism of Peace’ a non-fictional graphic novel.
organsied by Himal South Asia Magazine in Kathmandu. His film ‘Kashmir in Black and White’ showed at a national students film festival organized by Anhad, an NGO in Gujarat and Kashmir. His work was also exhibited in an international exhibition at the Zemex Museum organized by the Iran Cartoon House. Publications include ‘Identity Card’, a non-fictional graphic novel and ‘Snowmen and Kalashnikovs: An anthology of dispatches from Kashmir’ (being published by Picador, UK in 2009). Also under publication is ‘Terrorism of Peace’ a non-fictional graphic novel.

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