On July 20, 2016, ULAB arranged a seminar titled ‘Where Art Meets the Masses’ to provide expert advice to the students for their ‘Voiceless Bangladeshi’ project. The keynote speaker was Syed Rashad Imam Tanmoy, editorial cartoonist at Dhaka Tribune and associate editor of Unmad magazine. Morshed Mishu, editorial cartoonist at The Bangladesh Today and assistant editor of Unmad magazine, was a guest. Aquib Ul Wadud Alam and Md Ata Islam khan Mojlish, students of ULAB, were the other speakers of the event.
The ‘Voiceless Bangladeshi’ project is an initiative to teach the students of public relations about how to apply theory into practical projects, and also see the power of their message leaving a mark in the community. It is a student led community outreach project with a social media phase and a street art phase. To learn more, visit www.facebook.com/Voiceless-Bangladeshi