Artist Gulshan Hossain has received the prestigious Bengal Foundation at the 20th National Art Exhibition, organised by the Bangladesh Shilpakala
Aranya has opened a new retail outlet in Dhanmondi, in House 33, Road 27. They offer a wide range of
The Bengal Foundation has signed an MoU with artist Aminul Islam's family to declare and administer the 'Aminul Islam Young
Craft and Design Fair from 1 -4 August 12.00-7.30 pm. at Bengal Art lounge. Pebbles, Jute, Jewelry, Saris Mehendi, T-shirts
A 4-day classical music workshop conducted by Suchisree Ray was held at Bengal Shilpalaya from 3 July. The free sessions
The Bengal Gallery of Fine Arts, the Bengal Art Lounge and our sponsored galleries showcase the works of local and international artists, publish catalogues, and produce films on art.
They also organise local and international art camps, workshops, and seminars, and they support the work of local art organizations.
Preserving the tradition of printing with ink plates onto handmade paper.
The Bengal Foundation is the country's biggest producer of films on art, artists, and singers.
Craft and Design Fair from 1 -4 August 12.00-7.30 pm. at Bengal Art lounge. Pebbles, Jute, Jewelry, Saris Mehendi, T-shirts and much much more A fair with a flair. 60 Gulshan Avenue, Circle 1.
When one enters the exhibition space, he or she will immediately notice a harmony between two distinct art forms – paintings, displayed along the walls and sculptures, strewn about on the floor. The two artists
The advent of television in the sixties opened up a new world for viewers in Bangladesh. The first transmission of Bangladesh Television (then Pakistan TV) took place on December 5, 1964. What was previously the
The Dhaka Printmakers, a group of seven artists—Rokaya Sultana, Ahmed Nazir, Rafi Haq, Rashid Amin, Mustafa Zaman, Humayra Rahman and Ashok Biswas— first collaborated on an exhibition in January 1993, at Alliance Française. Behind their
A country in limbo. Between here and there. Between then and now. LIMBO is a photography exhibition about transformation and metamorphosis. LIMBO is the fine line between destruction and creation. Featuring works by Shumon Ahmed, Sayed Asif
Printmaking has a strong tradition in Bangladesh. It is practiced widely and seen as a form of high art, where skill is matched with creative talent. It is a challenging, physically strenuous, and somewhat a
Our publications include high-quality books in English and Bengali for the domestic market, international publications such as the arts quarterly Jamini, and Bengali magazines such as Kali O Kolom, Shilpa O Shilpi, and ICE.
Our workshops and art camps bring together artists of different genres and give them opportunities to explore techniques, ideas and modes of expression.
Bengal Foundation is the leading promoter of the arts and cultural wealth of Bangladesh.
The Bengal Foundation works to retain the musical traditions of Bengal and make them available to the public through album productions, recitals, festivals, concerts and workshops.
The Foundation's music events add a priceless energy to Dhaka's music circuit.
Reviving the Bengali traditions of natural, non-toxic, eco-friendly dyes, and promoting their employment-generating potential.
Breakfast. Coffees. Sandwiches. Burgers. Available from the Haritaki Lounge beneath our Aranya Crafts shop on Kemal Ataturk in Banani everyday until 22:00.