The 80-year-old writer-turned-painter’s third solo exhibition comes to Yangon’s Bahan Township.
Artists, sculptors, installation artists and photographers showcase work that reflects on political changes in Myanmar over the past decade.
An international boxing tournament, a European food festival, and photo exhibitions—all in Yangon this week.
Premiering at Yangon’s human rights film festival, the 85-minute movie features shorts by 14 different directors.
New documentary celebrates the fortitude of artistic expression under dictatorship in Myanmar.
Festivals for film, music and entrepreneurship are taking place in Yangon this week.
Exhibition displaying works by celebrated leader of Burma’s modern art movement Kin Maung Yin marks third anniversary of the artist’s death.
Community music center Gitameit is taking new, bold steps in its efforts to protect and promote music in Burma.
Two-week art festival brings public art installations to Burma’s commercial hub with the theme ‘Memories, Objects and Spaces.’
Over 3,000 lanterns will be lit in the streets of Chinatown and pandals will offer traditional food and host lion and dragon dances.
A showing by German conceptual artist Wolfgang Laib is set up in Rangoon’s Secretariat building.
A DJ fueled group run, the symphony orchestra, a gospel music festival, Latin Christmas, and several art exhibitions.
More than 500 works of art by Burmese women will be on display in the Myanmar Ladies Art Exhibition at the Yangon Gallery.
In addition to the usual wealth of art exhibitions and musical concerts, this week it’s Thadingyut festival, the perfect excuse for a street party.
Winning director Ko Hnaung Eain Thit, who received US$6,000, got the idea for the film after seeing children sniffing glue in Rangoon.