Bengal Parampara SangeetalayBengal Foundation, a private trust promoting the arts and culture of Bangladesh, has formed the Bengal Parampara Sangeetalay ...
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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.
Our theatre programme now focuses on small workshops with children and marginalised groups.
It attempts to help people to use theatre as a tool to understand their bodies through movement and through speech, to find freedom of expression, and to overcome societal boundaries.
Bengal Gallery of Fine Arts requests the pleasure of your company at the inaugural ceremony of Abstract Serenity, an exhibition of paintings by Syed Hasan Mahmud.
Bengal Gallery of Fine Arts requests the pleasure of your company at the inaugural ceremony of an exhibition of paintings by Gopal Ghose (1913-1980), a member of the renowned Calcutta group.
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.
We help artists, writers, and researchers to pursue higher studies and receive better training.
Breakfast. Coffees. Sandwiches. Burgers. Available from the Haritaki Lounge beneath our Aranya Crafts shop on Kemal Ataturk in Banani everyday until 22:00.
Bengal Foundation organized the biggest classical music festival in Bangladesh. A total of 50 renowned maestros performed throughout the four-day festival.
Bengal Foundation’s new arts venue will provide a platform for the delivery of a new level of critical and educational infrastructure to complement and extend the work of the Foundation in Dhaka.
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.