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A Thousand Tales: 4th group art exhibition on 27 July

Update : 26 Jul 2022, 21:51

Amader Art Class presents 'A Thousand Tales Part 4' taking place at Safiuddin Shilpalay, House 21, Road 4, Dhanmondi, from 27th July to 30th July 2022. The opening ceremony will be held on 27th July 2022 from 5pm to 8pm. 

In August 2017, the journey of “A Thousand Tales” began with 15 artists exhibiting 45 paintings. It was opened by the renowned artist Mostafa Monowar. The event was considered successful. A Thousand Tales Part 2 was held in 2019 with 29 artists exhibiting 80 paintings, this too was a flying success. 

Due to the COVID 19 pandemic which is culpable for the drastic change had to face, A Thousand Tales Part 3 had to be held online. Mr. Ripon Kumar Das kept the light shining scintillatingly on top of us young artists amidst the darkness of the pandemic. 

19 artists have participated in this group art exhibition where different tales were narrated in the form of artworks. At this exibition, Kanak Chanpa Chakma will take part as the special guest and Jamal Ahmed as the chief guest who will be supporting the creative minds of today. 

Amader Art Class said, Our voices and our stories are going to be reflected into our paintings. We create while pouring our hearts into our artworks which deserve to be portrayed to everyone. We depict our lives in our paintings. This event will open doors for us and will make a stairway for us to emerge into better artists.

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