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  • “Celebrating Nature” — a virtual group art exhibition at Galleri Kaya

    Beginning Friday, 26 June 2020 renowned art gallery, Galleri Kaya, at Uttara has started their first virtual art exhibition.

  • Collector's Exhibition 2

    In 2018, the trio — Gholam Abed, Md Robiul Islam, and Shakil Huq — tried their hand on a pilot project where each showcased their respective 'higher calling' for a pastime. With the phenomenal success of the first event to inspire them, the three are now set to present their second showcase, 'Collector's Exhibition 2', which not only promises to overcome the limitations that they faced the previous year, but also hopes to provide something unprecedented in the exhibiting circle.

  • Sharmin Rahman's exhibition at Manas

    Growing up, Sharmin Rahman, Associate Vice President – Creative at Asiatic JWT, always had a passion for fashion designing. From an early age she embarked on a journey to create beautiful clothing by working with a local boutique for 11 years. This journey was the beginning of the path to self-discovery for great passion in fashion design and intense amount of talent in excelling in it.

  • Beyond the sewing machine – ILO Exhibition

    Igniting the blazing trail towards promoting gender equality, a photo exhibition, Beyond the Sewing Machine, was arranged by the International Labour Organization (ILO) on Wednesday, 7th March, 2018.

  • D's Fine Jewelry Exhibition

    Numerous prominent retail outlets and online stores gathered together for an eventful exhibition known as Fashion Volume on February 17, 2018, at Gardenia Hall, Gulshan 2.

  • Masuda Kazi's jewellery endeavours

    Jewellery has been the must have accessory in every fashion forward individual's wardrobe. These are not just limited to precious

  • When M F Husain comes to town

    In the last 14 years, Galleri Kaya, one of the leading art galleries in Bangladesh, has arranged almost a hundred shows. As organisers of various art trips, camps and workshops they are also active in promotion of Bangladeshi art.

  • Art for the soul

    While one can think that art is only for professionals willing to make it big with their numerous masterpieces, Madiha Athar Khan

  • A day in Vancouver with Arts and Flowers

    My husband and I were planning to take a trip to Vancouver for some time. Vancouver offers so much to see and to do, so our itinerary for the trip was long.

  • The splendour of watercolour

    Bangladesh predominantly boasts a culture based on the extensive network of waterways that run across the country.

  • Experiencing art

    To appreciate art, all that one requires, is a keen pair of eyes. Of course the earnest student does his/her 'bookish' study but everything boils down to one thing – having an eye for the details.


    Amidst the depths of darkness, comes the light of hope. When in despair, uncertainty and hopelessness, we are at times thrown into a sea of positivity.