A Qualitative Study on Advancement of Scholastic Arts and its Observances: The Perspective of Bangladesh

Arafat Hosen


The study has attempted to provide information how academic system has been initiated in fine art practices in Bangladesh, geographically which was a part of the greater of Bengal in Moghul era and thereafter in British colonial period, was a province of the South Asian Indian sub-continent. The history of art practices in Bangladesh eventually involves the sub continental perspective. Our cultural tradition has an admirable heritage compared to the general identity of Bangladesh in the world map as a country afflicted by poverty and crises. The artists working in various media and cultural workers of this country are earning out the responsibility to keep this honor continuing. It can be said without doubt that our fine artists are playing a visible and leading role in the contemporary world of cultural activities in this country. The tendency to experiment and to accept the context of our country is gradually beginning to be instilled within young artists through various encouraging effort. In the field of sculpture and printmaking, the desire to create has overcome the shortage of materials and is being expressed in many ways.

Keywords: Scholastic, Historical Integration, Practices and Scrutinizing, Arts and Culture

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