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12:00 AM, January 09, 2016 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:00 AM, January 09, 2016

Six-day art camp concludes in Kushtia

Six-day 9th CRACK International Art Camp CIAC (CIAC) 2015, ended in Kushtia last week.

The camp, held at Smaran Matshya Beej Khamar in Kushtia started in late December. Around 20 artists from India, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh took part in the art camp, led by Tapat Chowdury from India.

The participants included Ram Maharjan (Nepal), Ritesh Maharjan (Nepal), Anil Subba (Nepal), Chirantan Mukhopadhyay (India), Jyotirmoy Saha (India), Rajarshi Dasgupta (India), Erandi Chandima (Sri Lanka), Renu Bariwal (India), Srimoy Roy Chaudhury (India), Suman Majumder (India), Suresh K. Nair (India) and several artists from Bangladesh -- Mahadi Masud, Tahmina Hafiz Lisa, Raihan Rafi and Farah Naz Moon.

Fiona Cheng, an art researcher from Taiwan, joined the camp as an observer.

The theme of the camp in this year was “Deho Tori” (The vessel that is the human body). The participants used local materials and surrounding environment in their projects.

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