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Thank god it's frIday

BLOWING IN THE WIND - A MUSICAL DEMONSTRATION

Date: Saturday, November 25

Time: 7 PM - 8:30 PM

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

Air. Wind. Atmosphere. We, the mortal beings, live this life, this very moment, in an envelope of air. A quiet disruption in this regular flow would have stopped us that very second. This ever so curious life flies high and higher for the unread, unseen, not felt. Rahul Ananda, theatre artist, musician, instrument maker and visual artist is set to capture a fragment of this curiosity. Most of his works are based on socio-cultural issues and interpretation, especially with an appreciation of nature and human relationships. Ananda is a founder member and current associate creative director, writer, director and actor of 'Prachyanat', a well-known theatre company of Bangladesh. Music being his passion, he has formed a band 'Joler Gaan' which is warmly received and appreciated in Bangladesh.

Tickets will be available at EMK Center before the event at Tk 100. (Free for #EMKCenter and #AmericanCenter Members upon showing ID card).

 

ANKHI HALDER AND ANUSHREE BHATTACHARIYA MUSICAL CONCERT

Date: Friday, November 24

Time: 6:00 PM

Venue: Auditorium Nouvelle Vague, Alliance Française

A student of doyens like Rezwana Chowdhury Bannya and PijushBarua, Ankhi Halder is an award-winning BTV-enlisted musician. She has performed at numerous prestigious venues at home and abroad (such as Germany, Czeck Republic, Austria, Switzerland, Indonesia, and India). She currently teaches Music at ShurerDhara, a school of music in Dhaka. Anushree Bhattachariya, also a student of Rezwana Chowdhury Bannya, is a Bangladesh Betar and BTV enlisted musician. Both Halder and Bhattachariya will perform Tagore songs on November 24 at Alliance Française de Dhaka's Auditorium Nouvelle Vague.

 

COMMUNITY CLAY DAY -- MAKE CERAMIC TOYS FOR ROHINGYA CHILDREN

Date: Saturday, November 25

Time: 11 AM - 8 PM

Venue: Clay Station Dhaka, House 28, Road 20, Block K, Banani

A lot of passionate and humane organisations, philanthropists and unofficial groups are working diligently to have ends meet at the grounds of Rohingya community. We want to focus beyond the basic needs which is to provide ceramic wares and toys to the Rohingya children who although has went (and still is) through traumatising conditions ARE still children. Therefore, we will be working with either BRAC or UNICEF to provide ceramic wares/toys carved with messages at their Art School camps for children. Why is this special? You and your children will be making these toys or ceramic wares yourselves and leave a message on it for those children at the Rohingya camps. Walk-in anytime of the day and spend an hour to make it individually or as a group. No registration. No booking.

Entry Fee of Tk 500 for each person.

 

WORKSHOP ON ACTING FOR FILM AND TV

Date: November 25 - 26, 2017

Time: 3:00 PM to 7:30 PM

Venue: Pathshala Cinema Department, House 58, Road 15A (New), Dhanmondi, Dhaka

Shampa Reza, one of our country's eminent media personalities, will be conducting a 2-day workshop on Acting for Film and Television at Pathshala Department of Film and Television. Successful participants will receive workshop completion certificate and will get a 15 percent discount upon the admission fee of next semester's courses at Pathshala Department of Film and Television. Interested participants must fill a registration form to be a part of this workshop. Registration fee: Tk 2,000.

Contact: 01780379399

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