CGSD, Nina Munshi Foundation hold art camp in city
Publish- March 07, 2020, 06:51 PM
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Update- March 07, 2020, 06:56 PM
The Chittagong Grammar School Dhaka (CGSD), in collaboration with Nina Munshi Foundation, held an art camp in the city's Banani on Saturday.
Students of CGSD Community School and renowned artists joined the camp and took part in activities such as origami, recycled art project, handicraft workshop and painting.
The theme of this year's art camp was 'Bangabandhu', as part of the birth centenary celebration of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
Waseqa A Khan, MP, was present as the chief guest and handed over prizes to the winners. Amir Farid Dato' Abu Hasan, Acting High Commissioner of Malaysia, also graced the event.
Waseqa Khan said the art camp will help children understand the cultural impact of the life of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
An art exhibition was also held at the CGSD rooftop.
The hosts also honoured 10 renowned artists. They are – Ahmed Shamsudoha, Jamal Uddin Ahmed, Sheikh Afzal Hossain, Farida Zaman, Taslima Jahan, Naima Haque, Moloy Bala, Iqbal Ali, Kamal Ahmed and Krishna Rana.
CGS provides a holistic education to poor children free of cost. Besides free education, health, hygiene and nutrition need of these children are also addressed by CGS.
Nina Munshi Foundation is a subsidiary of the Munshi Group and works with the objective of empowering Bangladeshi citizens through social engagement and activities.