The organisation helps 300 people, mostly in Islamabad and Rawalpindi, and has plans to expand to other areas of Pakistan.
Writers welcome the initiative, which seeks to provide training, a platform and an online network for writers in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
The northern areas of Pakistan are known for their picturesque scenes.
The government is giving Rs. 30,000 ($300) per month to 500 artists, many of whom have suffered at the hands of militants.
Tourists from across the country and outside visit the alpine lake during the summer months.
Numbering only 4,100, the Kalash people inhabit a scenic valley surrounded by the Hindu Kush.
The centuries-old water mill method of grinding grain into flour remains popular, despite the advent of modern flour mills.
The three-day event showcased the work of local artists and featured traditional music and foods.
Authorities have planned three months of activities meant to underscore the defeat of militancy.
Residents are demonstrating their resilience after years of terrorism and fear by organising cultural, music and fashion events.