Esscre was founded two years ago, during the COVID-19 pandemic, to create a talent ecosystem. When the idea was conceptualised, a team of like-minded young individuals began gathering knowledge about the industry and identify how their new endeavour could be impactful. With months of hard work and brainstorming, Esscre came into existence with a mission of curating creativity and making it accessible to everyone.
She was a central leader of Bangladesh's craft industry – of its Jamdani revival, and for the small but strong niche that it had begun to carve out for itself within the subcontinent's field of crafts.
Creative fields that involve music, dance, and art do not require competitions.
Some attendees have raised questions over why one would hesitate to pay for a literary event if they already spend money on watching films and going to restaurants. Students, however, have expressed opposing views.
Andy Warhol suggested they tape their conversations on his Sony Walkman, to which Truman Capote agrees.
On 17 November, Kuhu Plamondon hosted her 3rd art exhibition at the Bay Edgewater Gallery, Gulshan Dhaka. Finding inspiration from the simplest of things, Kuhu’s art collection this time was a sheer reflection of her thoughts. Sponsored by City Bank Limited, Mercedes Benz, and Bay Developments Ltd, the event exhibited some of the mesmerising arts of Kuhu Plamondo.
Pictures are really the most basic form of story-telling, aren’t they? I imagine our ancestors sat around fires doing shadow theatre. They painted on cave walls long before writing came along.
The process of designing a book is a combination of the practical and the creative.