Focusing on empowering the aspiring wildlife researchers, leading environmental conservation organization WildTeam’s two-day workshop titled ‘Integrated Tiger Habitat Conservation Programme’ was inaugurated on Sunday at the Padma Conference Room, Cosmos Centre in the capital’s Malibagh. The workshop aims to provide participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to plan, design and conduct successful wildlife research projects, covering a range of topics including the principles of research design, field data collection techniques, data analysis, and report writing. The workshop is also designed to provide the participants with the latest tools and technologies used in wildlife research, including GPS tracking, remote sensing, and camera traps. On Sunday morning, the workshop was formally launched with an inaugural speech session, followed by the introduction to the course module. Imran Ahmed, Conservator of Forests, Wildlife and Nature Conservation Circle, Bangladesh Forest Department joined the introductory session as the guest of honor. Read more: Integrated Tiger Habitat Conservation: WildTeam hosting workshop at Cosmos Centre on Feb 26-27 Chaired by Enayetullah Khan, Founder of WildTeam and Chairman of Cosmos Foundation, the introductory session was moderated by Dr Md Anwarul Islam, CEO and spokesperson for WildTeam and also joined by.Caren Blume, Head of Development Section, the Embassy of Germany in Dhaka, and Dr Elke Hellstern, Member of the Programme Council, Integrated Tiger Habitat Conservation Programme at the KFW Development Bank, Germany.
Pakistan High Commissioner to Bangladesh Imran Ahmed Siddiqui on Monday said he is working on an album on Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman putting together his photos taken during Bangabandhu’s visit to Pakistan in 1974.
US Ambassador to Bangladesh Earl R. Miller on Saturday visited the ongoing two-month long group art exhibition titled “Sheikh Hasina: On the Right Side of History” and appreciated the artists for taking forward the history of this “extraordinary country”.
Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh Vikram K Doraiswami on Saturday laid emphasis on an increased collaboration between Bangladeshi and Indian young artists to put together new ideas of art and reach out to more people through art.
Information Minister Dr Hasan Mahmud on Tuesday said artists have done a fabulous job by pouring their hearts and souls in their artworks on Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
British High Commissioner Robert Chatterton Dickson and Turkish Ambassador to Bangladesh Mustafa Osman Turan on Saturday highly appreciated the artists for capturing Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s life and achievements.
A two-month-long exhibition on Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will begin from Saturday (Dec 12) at the Cosmos Centre in Malibagh of the capital.
Gallery Cosmos’ day-long art camp ‘Sheikh Hasina: On the Right Side of History’ commenced on Friday at Cosmos Centre (Studio, Books and Rooftop) in Malibagh. It has been organised in collaboration with Cosmos Atelier71 and supported by the Cosmos Foundation. Twenty-one leading and promising painters of the country are participating in the camp, which commenced just after 12pm. Renowned artists Alakesh Ghosh, Jamal Ahmed, Ahmed Shamshuddoha, Sheikh Afzal, Nasir Ali Mamun, Bishwajit Goswami, Raneshwar Shutradhar, Rasel Kanti, Monjur Rashid, Sourav Chowdhury, Maneek Bonik, Jayanta Sarkar, Azmol Hossain, Fida Hossain, Amit Nandi, Didarul Limon, Tamanna Afroz, Fahim Chowdhury, Miskatul Abir, Proshun Halder, and Shurovi Sriti are participating in the camp. Read Also: Gallery Cosmos hosting art camp on PM Hasina Friday