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Thank god it's frIday


Date: Tuesday, 14 February 

Time: 5 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Venue: Abahoni Matth, Dhanmondi

This Valentine's celebrate love in a novel way - by launching a paper lantern in the sky. This event is surely going to be the talk of the town this love season. Participate with your loved ones, and invite all your friends as well. 


Date: Tuesday, 14 February 

Time: 6 p.m. - 3 a.m. 

Venue: The Westin Dhaka 

This is one of the most eagerly anticipated events of the season, which will include a fashion show, to be followed by a party that will feature famed DJs like Sonica, Jenifar and Sunny. Buy tickets, priced at Tk3500 and Tk5500, from while they last. 

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Date: Tuesday, 14 February 

Time: 7 a.m. - 8 p.m. 

Venue: Robindro Shorobor, Dhanmondi 

As winter draws to an end, it is time to relish the delicious pithas for the last time. This is the perfect opportunity to have the most delectable pithas from across the country. The event will also feature a cultural show. 


Date: Saturday, 18 February

Time: 7 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Venue: EMK Centre, Midas Centre Building (9th Floor) House 5, Road 16, Dhanmondi 27

Vincent, a French singer and guitarist, has put together a small band from Bangladesh, called "The Vincent Meyer World Music Quintet". It comprises a back-up vocalist (Humayra Jahan, sometimes playing the harmonium), a bass player (Arif Sadab Khan, sometimes playing the electric guitar), a tenor saxophone (Rahin Haider, sometimes playing the bass) and a tabla player (Sanjib Mazumder), giving support to Vincent's voice and acoustic guitar.

Together, they will perform Vincent's musical experiments. Tickets are priced at Tk100 and will be available at the venue before the musical soiree. (Free for EMK Centre and American Centre Members upon showing ID card).


Date: 14 February to 17 February

Time: Daylong

Venue: La Galerie, Alliance Francaise

For Tilottama Bhowmick, what started as a hobby soon translated into a four-year certificate course in drawing and painting at Bulbul Academy of Fine Arts. In those initial years, her work comprised experimentation with charcoal, pastel, watercolour, acrylic, oil and mixed media. However, for the 35 paintings in this upcoming exhibition titled 'The Naked', Bhowmick used acrylic and mixed media. Through this exhibition, she endeavoured to portray the essence of living— simply naked. There are also congruent concept series with titles such as 'Behind the Scene', 'Trifling', 'Power of Eternity', 'Quest in Rebirth', 'Domestic Animal', 'You and I've Come to Face Consequences' that are going to be exhibited.

Nature, scent, sound, and texture have appealed to Bhowmick since her childhood. The confluence of spirituality with mythology intrigued her deeply, as well. Her conscious and subconscious mind speak about this marriage between the two through symbolisms like lotus, snake, representation of entity, masks, human beings, creatures, water, and textures.

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