As the 15th annual Crack International Art Camp is just around the corner, artists across the globe are preparing to join the small sanctuary of Smaran Matshya Beej Khamar in Kushtia, Bangladesh from December 25 to 30.
This unique event is about to unite various groups of artists for creation and experimentation.
Since its inception in 2007, the camp is known as a unique and inspiring room for the artists, including photographers, filmmakers, musicians, writers, and actors.
The camp takes place at Smaran Matshya Beej Khamar, a former fish seed farm that has been transformed into a sanctuary for artists by its owner, a multidisciplinary artist himself, located at Rahimpur of Kushtia.
This unique venue provides the perfect backdrop for the camp, inviting participants to connect with the natural world and immerse themselves in local culture.
On the end day of Crack International Art Camp, the local art community is invited to visit the camp and see the artwork produced during the week. This open-door policy allows villagers, artists, writers, critics, and students to experience the most creative works.
The organizers of this Art Camp are a group of enthusiastic volunteers who are passionate about art and culture. For more information, visit the camp's website at www.crackbd.org.
BDST: 1846 HRS, Dec 24, 2022