SCREENING OF THE "LEGEND OF THE LOOM"
Date: Wednesday, 2 August
Time: 4:10 PM - 5:30 PM
Venue: University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB), House 56, Rd 4/A, Satmasjid Road, Dhanmondi
The film presents the tale of the legendary Muslin fabric and the effort that is now being made for its revival.
SUMMER SMARTPHONE & TAB EXPO 2017
Date: Thursday, 3 August – Saturday, 5 August
Time: 10 AM – 8 PM
Venue: Bangabandhu International Conference Center (BICC), Agargaon, Sher-E-Bangla Nagar
This is one great opportunity to find the latest smartphones and gadgets under one roof. The kiosks will not only showcase the new designs but also make exciting offers.
For more information log onto — http://bit.ly/SSTE2017
FIRST NATIONAL CHILDREN'S PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL 2017
Date: Friday, 4 August – Saturday, 5 August
Time: 10 AM – 8 PM
Venue: Bishwo Shahitto Kendro, Kazi Nazrul Islam Avenue
For the first time in Bangladesh, Kashful Factory is about to arrange a Photography Festival exclusively for children. For more information on how to attend the event, visit the Facebook page: facebook.com/kashfulfactory or send emails to email@example.com
BATTLE OF THE
Date: Friday, 4 August
Time: 11 AM - 1 PM
Venue: ULAB Auditorium, Dhanmondi 4A
The Department of English and Humanities at the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh invites people to engage in an event where our 'five senses' are up for a dissection. The list of speakers includes Professor Syed Manzoorul Islam (Sight), Professor Kaiser Haq (Taste), Professor Fakrul Alam (Sound), Professor Azfar Hussain (Smell), Professor Shamsad Mortuza (Touch), and Professor Golam Sarwar Chowdhury (the Sixth Sense).
THE SKIN OF A LIVING THOUGHT: AN EXHIBITION BY NARGIS POLY
Date: Friday, 4 August to Wednesday, 16 August
Time: 11 AM – 6 PM
Venue: Alliance Francaise, La Galerie
Nargis Poly's paintings bear in mind the conviction that the essence of art is very subjective. As a painter, her inquisitive mind explores diverse creative and intellectual avenues, yet she never loses sight of the snowball effect of painting's pre-empting corruption. Always aware of her surroundings, Nargis's selection of subject and the media to express her inner self becomes clear to every watchful observer.