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আমিনুল ইসলাম তরুণ শিল্পী পুরস্কার ২০১৫ -এর জন্য আবেদন আহ্বান Friday 29 January to Thursday 31 March 2016
at Bengal Gallery of Fine Arts

আমিনুল ইসলাম (১৯৩১-২০১১) এদেশ

জীবনানন্দ দাশের ‘মূলানুগ পাঠ ভূমিকা ও কবিতা’র জন্য বাংলা একাডেমি প্রদত্ত ‘মুনীর চৌধুরী স্মৃতি পুরস্কার ২০১৬’ অর্জন Monday 29 February to Thursday 1 January 1970
at Bengal Gallery of Fine Arts

বাংলা একাডেমি আয়োজিত অমর একু

We mourn for the passing of Khalid Mahmood Mithu
at Bengal Gallery of Fine Arts

রাবির আন্তর্জাতিক সংগীত সম্মেলনে প্রশংসিত বেঙ্গল পরম্পরা সংগীতালয়ের শিক্ষার্থীদের পরিবেশনা
at Bengal Gallery of Fine Arts

রাজশাহী বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়ের (রা


Dhaka Club Bengal Art Lounge


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Part of our success in energising the local arts scene and in bringing global attention to Bangladeshi writers, singers, painters and stage artists is attributed to our organisation of workshops and art camps that include both local and international participation.

They represent our attempts to portray and document the richness and diversity of the country’s rich artistic wealth.

In the last decade, we have organised 16 art camps that bring artists of different genres together to help them explore new techniques, ideas, and forms of expression in fields such as printmaking, sculpture, and the use of natural dyes and indigenous pigments. Venues have included local institutions and international, as with the Wide World of Colour in Florence in 2005.These art camps usually result in a rich crop of innovative artwork that is then housed at the Bengal Foundation Art Repository, which forms the backbone of the Bengal Foundation Collection.

Our Parampara workshops, run over five years, have delivered music to the public, been instrumental in raising awareness of the role of classical music, and establishing faith in rigourous training.

Workshops, seminars and talks that were organised from 2002 until 2007 under the banner of the Theater Development Project (Natya Unnayan Prakalpa), in collaboration with Bangladesh Group Theatre Federation, continue to strengthen and sustain the country’s theatre movement.

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