• Supplementary Programmes

    VAST Bhutan VAST Bhutan, a children’s NGO in Bhutan, will bring the the pressing issue of climate change to the attention of the youth by holding a workshop on the last two days of the Summit. ...

    Arts & Culture - 7 February 2016
  • Passages

    The film programme aims to give the spectators an exploration of certain colonial and postcolonial conditions, like belonging, differences, exile, and displacement – all parts of the regions, hi ...

    Arts & Culture | by Promiti Prova Chowdhury - 7 February 2016
  • The river is my master

    Every artistic piece, be it painting, literature or film, can be considered an attempt of the creator to reach his roots. In line with that practice, 50 pieces by 50 Bangladeshi artists are being pres ...

    Arts & Culture | by Promiti Prova Chowdhury - 7 February 2016
  • Samdani Art Awards

    The Samdani Art Award is a crucial part of the Dhaka Art Summit. Fresh local talent from the artist community between the ages of 20-40 are selected and featured in an exhibit at the summit.  ...

    Arts & Culture | by Sabah Rahman - 7 February 2016
  • Border crossing

    This exhitibition is a unique opportunity to view and experience art history and historic arts. The project assembles works from public and private collections in Europe, South and Southeast Asia, and ...

    Arts & Culture | by Saqib Sarker - 7 February 2016
  • To find a common cultural identity

    In the current era of globalisation, the primary challenge of architecture in Bangladesh is to find a common cultural identity. This exhibition, “The Legacy of Mazharul Islam,” pays tribut ...

    Arts & Culture | by Promiti Prova Chowdhury - 7 February 2016
  • Don’t you know who I am?

    This exhibition will feature works that have roots in the South Asian region including Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Myanmar, India, Nepal and Tibet. In this age of globalization, when most informa ...

    Arts & Culture | by Syeda Samira Sadeque - 7 February 2016
  • The Newlyweds

    As a Bangladeshi reader, I started reading Nell Freudenberger’s most recent novel with some reservation. In the recent years, there have been quite a few novels in English featuring Bangladeshi ...

    Arts & Culture - 17 October 2015
  • Types on Valentine’s Day

    The nocturnal Their plans comprise of a single beloved object, called the bed. No boy/girl will snuggle more than them on this special occasion, which they probably forgot about. They know how to p ...

    TMAG | by Rad Sharar Bin Kamal - 22 February 2015