National Award-winning actress Tamalika Karmaker has been a part of theatre for almost 30 years. She began her journey with “Pathor”, directed by Azizul Hakim and produced by Aranyak Natyadal. For the theatre troupe’s 50th anniversary, Tamalika is all set to return to the stage and is already taking part in rehearsals.
Famed theatre troupe Aranyak Natyadal is gearing up to celebrate its 50th founding anniversary with a plethora of cultural programmes and theatre plays. Noted actor Mamunur Rashid, a member of the event organising committee, confirmed the news at the press conference for the event, held yesterday at Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy’s Seminar Hall.
For many years now, BotTala has been a popular performance space. They will soon be staging a new show, after six years, titled “Shokhi Rongomala”, which will be directed by Mohammad Ali Haider.
Amidst the shivering cold in the capital, there was a long line of young, cheerful girls and boys on the premises of the Bangladesh Shilapakala Academy, to attend the last day of the month-long 19th Asian Art Biennale today. The closing ceremony of the exhibition was held at the National Theater Hall of the Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy (BSA).
The “4th Bangla Art Fest 2022, Mymensingh”, dedicated to Shilpacharya Zainul Abedin, recently successfully concluded at the BGB Park in Mymensingh. The four-day festival featured an international art camp; art activities by the children, promising artists, contemporary artists and renowned artists both local and foreign.The festival was, organised by Art Bangla Foundation and was jointly inaugurated by renowned artist Shahabuddin Ahmed and Shilpacharya Zainul Abedin’s youngest son, engineer Mainul Abedin.