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- 17th Young Artists' Art Exhibition 2010 begins
Event organized by:- GroupFineartsbd, (fineartsbd.com)
‘Dubshatar’, the latest feature film by Nurul Alam Atique, will be shown in Shilpokola Academy Chittagong & Social Science Auditorium, Chittagong University on special 3-day screening program at 08-10 April, 2011 Friday to Sunday. There will be twice show everyday at both venues. Please come to attend the screenings.
...Eventually, a workshop will be conducted by Nurul Alam Atique on effective ‘Script Writing’ capacity building. Interested aspirants are requested to contact soon with the number provided below.
Call for submissions
“Baasher Ghor” translates as Bamboo House in Bengali.
By Saif Osmani
Wheels of Shah Jalal
By Saif Osmani
Art Exhibition 1st July ~ 6th October 2010
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17th Young Artists' Art Exhibition 2010 begins
177 works by 156 artists on display
Riveting images at Shilpakala Photo: Mumit M.Staff Correspondent
A fortnight-long art exhibition, featuring works of young artists from across the country began at the National Art Gallery, Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy on April 2. The exhibition features 177 artworks of 156 artists in different mediums -- painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, graphics, and installation.. Information Minister Abul Kalam Azad inaugurated the exhibition.
Organised by the Department of Fine Arts, Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy (BSA), the exhibition will continue till April 19.
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First of all, we the team members of fineartsbd.com are now going to work full time. Main co-editor level member’s are now agrees to working as full time employ. Is not good news?
Our team decides to make this site as e-commerce too. We are working on this. Hope you all enjoy our new policy.
Monica Jahan Bose is an artist who is not quite familiar in the Dhaka art circuit. Her first exhibition in Bangladesh, titled “Drowning: Is there time for Love?” is now on at Alliance Francaise, Dhaka.
The artist has lived in many countries and has acquired diverse experiences throughout her career. At present, she lives and works in Paris. Though she lives abroad but her umbilical cord with Bangladesh is still seemingly intact.
Bangladesh : Museums
National Museum: Established as Dhaka Museum in 1913. It has been renamed as the National Museum and was shifted to its new building at Shahbag in 1983. It is a four storied building and has forty galleries under four departments, namely.