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Exhibition on PM Hasina extended again for visitor’s demand

Show now to be continued till December 15
DL DESK, Dhaka
Exhibition on PM Hasina extended again for visitor’s demand

Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy’s special exhibition on the life and works of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, titled ‘Sheikh Hasina – Bangladesh Er Shopnosharathi’ has been extended for the third time due to visitors’ demand. It will now be concluded on December 15.

Beginning from September 28, the exhibition was supposed to end on October 27.

But due to visitors’ demand, the exhibition was first extended till November 15. Based on positive crowd reaction, Shilpakala authorities decided to extend the timeline twice till November 30.

Portraying the eventful and celebrated life, struggles and notable works of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, the exhibition is featuring 231 artworks, 133 paintings, 4 sculpture arts, 5 video installations, 10 discussion meetings and a 32/43 feet long portrait painting of the PM, completed on 72 canvases.

The exhibition was inaugurated by Speaker Dr Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury on September 28 at National Theatre Hall of Shilpakala.

The ongoing exhibition is taking place at galleries 1 and 6 of the National Art Gallery complex at Shilpakala every day from 11am to 8pm and on Friday from 2pm to 8pm.

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