Lubna Marium

The author is a Dancer, Cultural Activist and Researcher.

July 8, 2017
July 8, 2017

The Politics of Art: Chaumtoli Huq's Documentary 'Workers Voices'

“What do you think an artist is? An imbecile, who only has eyes if he's a painter, ears if he's a musician...

June 17, 2017
June 17, 2017

Ideology in Representation

While talking to Amit Patra, the scholar and independent filmmaker from Kolkata, invited to conduct a workshop on Documentary Film Production..

June 3, 2017
June 3, 2017

Frames of Identity

The death of the soul through the mechanism becomes doubtful at the moment the mechanism becomes ensouled.' (Thomas Mann, Rede über das Theater)

May 27, 2017
May 27, 2017

The Scrolls and Song of Gazi Pir

In a country with scant patronization of the folk arts, eminent thespian Ramendu Majumdar's Expressions Ltd is to be congratulated

May 20, 2017
May 20, 2017

Requiem for a Dream: Bot Tola's 'Crutcher Kornel'

'What you do in this world is a matter of no consequence. The question is what can you make people believe you have done.' Arthur Conan Doyle

May 13, 2017
May 13, 2017

Redefining the world through Music

At the first Rector's Forum of the just completed 'Inaugural Conference of Music Education Alliance Across the Silk Road (MEASR)' held in

May 6, 2017
May 6, 2017

An Eternity in One Night

Theatre group Teerondaj's choice of Badal Sircar as the playwright to be presented during their agitprop event at 'Beauty Boarding', on April 28, 2017, Friday, was appropriate for two reasons.

April 29, 2017
April 29, 2017

OF LOCATIONS AND DISLOCATIONS

As a riposte to 'Brexit', award-winning British theatre director Marianne Elliott states, “I feel that art, somehow, has to be at the heart of what's happening now.

April 22, 2017
April 22, 2017

Revisiting Critical Thinking

At the beginning of yet another new year and then, yet again, coining of new resolutions, it will certainly be worth our while to resolve to critically evaluate where the world is heading.

August 20, 2016
August 20, 2016

Dancing away boundaries

The thought of three young Bangladeshi dancers in North America immediately conjures up images of distance, of 'otherness', of struggle.