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  • Women in arts of Bangladesh
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  • Farida Zaman’s painting.

  • From Left: Ferdausi Majumdar in Kokilara, Shimul Yousuf in Binodni and Lucky Enam in Ami Birangona Bolchhi.

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Women in arts of Bangladesh

Farida Zaman’s painting.
Women have always created art. They have used visual language to express themselves. The concepts of high art and low art, minor art and major art, folk art and fine art, have been developed resulting in marginalising the art of the many... Full story

Depicting women issues in contemporary theatre

From Left: Ferdausi Majumdar in Kokilara, Shimul Yousuf in Binodni and Lucky Enam in Ami Birangona Bolchhi.
In the contemporary theatre arena, a number of theatre productions highlighting women’s issues, inspired by feminism, gained popularity among the audience. The issues of women’s aspirations, on the backdrop of a male dominated... Full story


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