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  • Bangla Academy holds seminar on Bangabandhu

    Marking the 44th death anniversary of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and National Mourning Day (August 15), Bangla Academy held a seminar at their Abdul Karim Sahitya Bisharad Auditorium on August 19.
  • A unique art camp under spotlight

    It was a wonderful experience to become a part of the unique art camp that recently concluded in Rangamati –the blissful place that offers the bounty of natural beauty, cultural diversity of various indigenous communities, their diverse cuisines, colourful costumes and the cornucopia of artistic themes and subjects to depict. Bangladesh Ethnic Artists’ Forum truly deserves accolades for organising the three-day art camp, joining hands with Abinta Gallery of Fine Arts and Berger Paints Bangladesh Limited.
  • SAF 2019 in the offing

    Samsara Art Festival (SAF) simultaneously features visual art and music. Aiming to create an interactive and diverse artistic realm within a public sphere, the festival sheds light on the unconventional approaches, strong views, individualism and dynamism of the artists. The first edition of SAF took place at Santiniketan Society of Visual Art & Design (SSVAD) on November 23rd, 2018. SSVAD was founded by the eminent Indian artist Jogen Chowdhury.
  • Many happy returns Murtaja Baseer and Monirul Islam!

    Today marks the 88th birthday of the multifarious genius Murtaja Baseer, whose six-decade career takes up a unique place in the modern art history of Bangladesh. But what makes this prolific artist stand out is his continuous attempt to learn, grow and evolve.
  • Sharmin Rahman Rauma: A versatile singer and journalist extraordinaire

    Prominent singer and devoted journalist, Sharmin Rahman Rauma has successfully made her mark in both the entertainment and journalism industries in Bangladesh with her promising work. Her father, AKM Bazlur Rahman, was the inspiration behind her