Artist Ko Sid’s latest series of paintings depict the feelings of confinement and estrangement he has experienced at home during the COVID-19 restrictions.
Many of the Peacock Generation troupe are already in jail for ridiculing the military last year. They now face further charges in each township where they performed.
Marking its 10th anniversary—and the 50th Earth Day—amid the COVID-19 restrictions, this year’s Green Future Art and Environment Festival has moved online.
“Tempo(rary)” is an exhibition by Myanmar artist Maung Day and Singaporean artist Marc Nair, featured at Singapore Festival 2020 and now on display at Rosewood Yangon.
The Yangon Photo Festival awards have honored photographers who brought attention to the poor and forgotten across Myanmar.
At the Yangon Photo Festival, Hkun Li’s exhibition ‘The Price of Bananas’ chronicles the human and environmental cost of illegal banana plantations in Kachin State.
Showcasing work by photographers from Myanmar and beyond, the 12th Yangon Photo Festival addresses issues like environmental threats, peace-building and social justice.
Movie fans in Naypyitaw got an early look at the 8th Japanese Film Festival this year, before it heads to Yangon and Mandalay.
A major book sale is returning to Yangon’s Myanmar Expo Hall for a second year with organizers offering discounts of 90 percent.
The fifth ‘Voices of the Youth’ festival takes place this Saturday in Yangon. It aims to encourage young residents to express themselves through music.
A Myanmar-French-German hip-hop collaboration will hold its final concert on Saturday night in Yangon at the French Institute.
A four-day exhibition at the Secretariat is looking to address contemporary issues through art, poetry, film and discussions.
The internationally funded Myanmar Script Fund has singled out young filmmakers to boost the country’s movie industry.
The ongoing MEMORY! Festival features screenings of foreign and local films—including the classic ‘Mhone Shwe Yi’—at Yangon’s Waziya Cinema and Mahabandoola Park.
Nowadays in Myanmar, some people are using social media the wrong way, not hesitating to troll celebrities about personal matters or judge other people’s lives, bodies or funny photos,