Curriculum Integration Visual Art Exhibition of Summer 2019 Held

Curriculum Integration Visual Art Exhibition of Summer 2019 Held


Chief Guest Tropa Majumder inaugurates the Visual Art Exhibition


The Curriculum Integration Visual Art Exhibition of the Summer 2019 semester was inaugurated at Gallery 2 of the Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy on September 7, 2019. The Department of Media Studies and Journalism of the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) organized this exhibition with the works of students from the outcomes of various courses.

The theme of the three-day exhibition was The Social Norms theory and was dedicated to the memory of prominent media personality and adjunct faculty of ULAB, Muhammad Jahangir who passes away recently.

The exhibition was inaugurated by TropaMajumder, Director & Creative Head of the EXPRESSIONS Ltd. The exhibition continued till 5 pm on September 9. Several photos, posters, masks and other performances by the students of the department were exhibited.

After inaugurating the show, TropaMajumder walked around the gallery and enjoyed the works of the students along with the faculty members of the department. In her speech she said, “Before coming here in this program, I had a stereotype idea about the students of the private universities. After seeing your artworks and performances I must say that my earlier idea about you has changed. You have changed it by your works”.

‘Along with theoretical discussion, practical learning helps students to a great extent in their professional life’- Tropa added.

Tropa Majumder also praised the faculties and the standard of education of the MSJ pedartment.  Professor Jude William R. Genilo, the head of the department, thanked her for her presence on the occasion. He also handed a token of appreciation to the chief guest.

The Chief Guest and the Head of the Department observe the artworks at the Exhibition.

The Universityof Liberal Arts Bangladesh and its curricula are accredited by the University Grants Commission (UGC) of Bangladesh, and approved by the Ministry of Education, Government of People's Republic of Bangladesh.