A discussion on student politics on campus in Bangladesh
Our students displayed various traditions food and handicraft items and explored their export potential.
Students represented products from various districts of Bangladesh
"‘Dhaka Summer: Deo Volente' a two-day art exhibition made its first mark in the capital on the 26th of July, 2017. The exhibition pulled in crowds from all ages as they showcased various ranges of artworks. A total number of 17 artists were part of the exhibition, amongst who, 15 were debuting in the art scene for the first time.
While the entire arrangement consisted of various works belonging to different groups and mediums, it was encouraging to see collaborative exhibitions being arranged in Dhanmondi. Prominent artist Abdus Shakoor Shah, the chief guest, inaugurated the event at the Drik Gallery, while Farida Yasmin, general secretary of the National Press Club, Imdadul Haq Milon, editor of the daily Kaler Kantho and Naem Nizam, editor of the daily Bangladesh Pratidin, attended the ceremony as special guests.
Mahir Abrar, the core organiser, when asked about what made him put this list of artists together, says, "I saw a post on Facebook which was actually an advertisement to sell art. I talked to a few of my artist friends and decided to organise an exhibition -- which basically kicked off with the Dhaka Summer: Deo Volente exhibition.""...
Full article: https://www.thedailystar.net/change-makers/exhibiting-young-ideas-1443400
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