The lack of attention to the arts, particularly engraving and painting, is a cause of concern for artists in the country.
They said that in the current situation, some artists are leaving the country, and those that remain face many challenges.
They said that if attention is not paid to this area, the arts of painting and engraving will be lost in the country.
Frozan is learning to engrave and she is concerned about the future of this art.
"Nobody recognizes engraving, nobody has information about it, but it is appreciated in foreign countries," said Frozan.
"Our country has lots of arts so girls can show their talents with them," said Tabsom, an engraver.
The art of painting also faces the same fate as engraving, artists say.
Painters in the country also complain about the lack of attention to this art.
"Art shows a country's identity, like today if we know about a country's history it's because of art," said Jawad Poya, a painting teacher.
"I am so happy doing art and I want to continue working," said Khatera, a painting student.
The art of engraving in the country has more than a thousand years of history and goes back to the Timurid dynasty.