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,
The seventh MEMORY! Film Festival in Yangon aims to inspire cinema lovers and filmmakers with the theme ‘Life Together’.
The painter Khit Bhone Mo passed away less than two weeks before his exhibition ‘Saffron’ opened at Yangon Book Plaza this month.
Local music, Turkish food by chefs straight from Istanbul, a performance art film and farmers and makers markets are all on in Yangon this week.
In a bid to boost Yangon’s reputation as an art hub, a major auction has showcased the work of Myanmar’s artists.
‘Leonardo Da Vinci: Opera Omnia’ exhibition in Yangon to display HD digital reproductions of 17 masterpieces by the Renaissance artist to mark 500 years since his death.
Myanmar’s oldest foreign film festival, the European Film Festival, will be held this month in Mandalay for the first time, launching on Sept. 13 at the Mingalar Cinema Central Point.
Known for his modernist paintings of cityscapes, street scenes and depictions of Myanmar traditions, Zaw Mong exhibits his first collection of nude paintings this week.
Documentary on Shan State opium farmers, short film about a man struggling to cover cost of treating a sick friend among this year’s winners at WFF.
In just its 2nd year, the University Students Film Festival has become an important incubator of young filmmaking talent; 10 shorts competed for the top prize this year.
At Myanmar’s Aung Clinic, patients struggling with mental illness find a path to wellness in painting. JoSaZo is displaying their works in a new exhibition, ‘The Room’.
‘08:06:06’ exhibition comprises 28 pieces by six of the country’s brightest young talents.
A dizzying array of global artistic talent in a range of new media exhibits is on display at Building Bridges Yangon. Writer Myint Myat Thu shares some favorites.
Yangon-based artist Kaung Kyaw Khine expresses both the anguish and the hope of the waiting masses.
Magazine launches, wine tastings and Yangon’s first-ever Spanish film festival make this a particularly good week to go out and enjoy the city. Just bring an umbrella.