Talks on investment, gender and the environment, a poetry reading and exciting market pop-ups are just a few of the things to do in Yangon in the coming seven days.
With a number of St. Patrick’s Day parties and the international Gout de France food event in the coming seven days, there is a truly international buzz about Yangon this week.
This coming week, Yangon has lots of opportunities to enjoy fun and lively entertainment through live music, performance art, theater, art exhibitions and more.
Myint Soe’s latest installation at the Nawaday Tharlar Art Gallery suggests Myanmar’s charter is a poor recipe for democracy
International Women’s Day and the Myanmore Awards are celebrated in the coming week, as well as opportunities to learn and share skills or simply to relax with live music.
The next seven days in Yangon sees plenty of photography-related events lined up as part of the Yangon Photo Festival and lots of art, music, environment and social occasions too.
Overlooked in favor of foreigners since colonial times, local photographers left a rich legacy of images, Austrian photographer and historian says
Exhibitions and photo essays by local, international photographers to sound alarm over threats to the planet
After 40 years as a doctor, Daw Khin May Kyi has swapped her stethoscope for brushes and pencils. Her latest solo exhibition opens in Yangon this week.
If you’re looking for local art and photography or feel the need to strengthen your networks, Yangon has a full lineup of exciting events for you as outlined in our weekly guide.
The four-day festival is in Myanmar for the first time and features works by more than 100 local and international artists.
Street-style fashion photographer has appeared in Vogue and Forbes, and does fashion shoots for other top publications
Event features both practical objects and works of art created from discarded materials
Music, art, string games, an open mic night, a play, a kids’ fair and more – all in Yangon this week as picked by The Irrawaddy.
Taking recycling one step further, show features beautiful, durable objects created by international and local designers from waste materials