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By Winnie Lim
<de>confine 2021, was a South Asian Digital Arts Festival that ran from the 10th to 30th of November 2021 across South Asia and online. Curated by Media Art South Asia, <de>confine ...
By SJ Armstrong
Art transcends borders. Physical borders, mental boundaries, transnational highways that bind us in place. Travel has been savaged by the ‘new normal’.
By Veeranganakumari Solanki
This article by Veerangana Solanki looks at various art funding models that emerged in three South Asian ASEM countries – Bangladesh, India, Pakistan – to support artists and art practices ...
By Valentina Riccardi
ASEF culture360 is delighted to launch a new research on contemporary photography in Bangladesh. Commissioned to the multimedia organisation Drik and researched by Mr Imran Ahmed, Chobiwalas of Bangladesh maps ...
ASEF culture360 is delighted to present a new report on the status of contemporary music in Bangladesh titled: Contemporary Music: Tuning into Bangladesh
By Claire Wilson
Poets Translating Poets is a project of the Goethe-Institut/Max Muller Bhavan Mumbai that brings together poets from Germany, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka to translate each other’s poems in ...
ASEF culture360 is proud to launch a new research titled "Arts Management: challenges and learning from 7 cultural organisations in Bangladesh, India and Pakistan".
Dhaka Literary Festival co-director and producer Sadaf SAAZ discusses with Claire WILSON how literary festivals can build bridges and mutual understanding.
By Kerrine Goh
Contributed by Vanini Belarmino Female Factory Worker: “I think I am special. That’s why I am here.” Supervisor: “You think you are special. You have to be more than ...