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21 February, 2020 10:37:58 AM
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Shilpakala celebrates its 46th founding anniv

Independent Online/ UNB
Shilpakala celebrates its 46th founding anniv
Artistes perform a group dance on BSA premises on Wednesday. Photo l courtesy

Country’s leading cultural organisation Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy (BSA) celebrated its 46th founding anniversary on Wednesday. Marking the prestigious occasion, BSA organised several programmes throughout the day.


 
A special exhibition was inaugurated at 3pm at the National Art Gallery’s first floor, featuring all the notable activities under all departments and sections of BSA since 1974.

500 Students who are enrolled in 14 departments of BSA including flute, violin, sitar, sarod, staff notation and piano, kathak dance, bharatanatyam, gauria, odissi and the rest showcased their talents through attending mock classes in BSA field from 4 pm onwards, as part of the special segment titled ‘Sangskritir Pathshala’ (School of Culture).

The founding anniversary seminar took place at the academy’s ‘Nandan Mancha’, joined by the Parliamentary Standing Committee of the Ministry of Cultural Affairs member Asim Kumar Ukil as the chief guest. Presided over by the Director General of BSA Liaquat Ali Lucky, the seminar was also joined by BSA Secretary Badrul Anam Bhuiyan.

A musical event took place following the seminar, featuring performers of BSA and popular band Spandan.

Founded on February 19, 1974, by the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, BSA has been fostering and promoting the arts and culture of Bangladesh ever since its foundation.

Being the only national institution of cultural practice in Bangladesh, BSA was established by a special law in order to study and develop the arts in all the districts and upazilas of Bangladesh. Dr Mustafa Noor-Ul- Islam was the first director general of the academy.

 

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