The 24 hours of the COP21 climate make a detour in Bangladesh

Apu Dhar, student in Arts and teacher at the Alliance française de Chittagong

30 Nov 2015, All Day

Alliance française de Chittagong, Chittagong



30 Nov 2015
All Day


Alliance française de Chittagong
123, K.B Fazlul Kader Road
Chittagong,  Panchlaish R/A
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COP21 thinks big: on 30th November, the opening day of the UN Conference on Climate Change, artists from around the world will offer a global performance on "Urban Art and Climate. The "24h Climate" also goes to Bangladesh!

Abu Dhar is a Bangladeshi artist from Chittagong, southeast of Bangladesh. Student in Arts at the University of Chittagong, is at this that he took knowledge of France and its culture.

In 2010 he decided to join the French Alliance Chittagong before joining the artists residency at the Fine Arts Institute of Besançon (ISBA), where he stayed from February to May, 2015.

The effects of climate change, Apu Dhar sees them daily. In a duet with French artist who will stay at the artists residency Chittagong from November, this young Bangladeshi will not hesitate to put his body forward and expose the reality of his country.

No constraint is to quote. You just hope it does not rain, though this is rare in November. Climate change has upset the Bangladeshi seasons, so do you never know!

The Embassy of France in Bangladesh and the Alliance française de Chittagong support this performance.


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