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.
Be sure to bring your smartphone and earphones to the punk rocker and painter’s second solo show, ‘Micro’
Photographers from Dhaka and Yangon come together to create a book of visual narratives discussing cultural, societal and identity realities on both sides of the Naf River.
National Museum show is the best-attended it has ever put on
A Kafka-themed festival, photography workshop, education fair and reggae night are just a few of the interested and informative events happening in Yangon in the coming week.
In the coming week, Yangon has lots of cool events for the party people among us and music, poetry and art events for the artistically inclined.
This weekend in Yangon, there’s plenty of art to be seen as well as an artisan workshop, a robotics competition and a Fab club night for the LGBT crows and friends.
Yangon Heritage Trust, in collaboration with architect Aung Soe Myint and artist Htein Lin, launched an exhibition of historic objects as a glimpse of Yangon’s rich past.
Bart, 23, who made his name as a graffiti artist, has produced seven paintings for his first exclusive exhibition, ‘God Complex’.
From parties to performance art to exhibitions by renowned and up-and-coming artists, there’s plenty to keep you entertained in Yangon in the coming week.
Through the voices of prominent local artists, video magazine Silence is Golden records contemporary art in Myanmar since the transition to democracy began.
In the coming week in Yangon see a controversial art exhibition, attend an international startup competition and enjoy plenty of partying and networking opportunities too.
Artist Htein Lin’s bold new exhibition, ‘Skirting the Issue’, invites participants to question whether and why they follow discriminatory customs.
In the coming week in Yangon, you can attend a free Star Wars-themed climbing session, relive the 90s through music or simply head over to the ICT fair.