Original films on human rights could win a US$1000 prize at the fourth Human Rights Human Dignity international film festival. Festival organisers have invited competition entries from both local and international film-makers by 8 April.
She stared at me, the smiling white-skinned alien who had crash-landed into her world. I stared back, at the epitome of the Myanmar citizens who likely never get a chance to ride a hot air balloon over the ancient temples of Bagan.
After years of experimenting with various mediums, artist Zaw Tun finally found one that is smooth as silk – silk. A collection of his colourful works will be on display in what will be his first silk-only solo exhibition, titled “Silk Paintings by Artist Zaw Tun (Pyin Oo Lwin)” at Yangon Gallery from February 13 to 16.
DJS across the country have been honing their mad mixing skillz in anticipation of the 2016 Myanmar DJ Championships. The preliminary rounds will be held at Hatrick Inya Sports Bar in Yangon January 8 and 16, and at Ace Bar in Mandalay on January 15, with the finals returning to Hatrick Inya on January 22.