Maiyesh Kumar Tamang

Maiyesh Kumar Tamang
Born on 26th March 1983
Phone +975-2-327248/mobile +97577206929, e mail [email protected]

EDUCATION

1993-2005
Higher Secondary School, Thimphu, Bhutan.
1999-2008
Attended VAST Visual Art Courses

EXHIBITION AND SHOWS

1998-2007

  • Participated in the 12th Asian Art Biennale in Bangladesh,
  • Helped organized and participated in the VAST Annual Exhibition, Thimphu, Bhutan.
  • Participated in the VAST Annual Exhibition, Thimphu, Bhutan
  • Participated in the 60th UN anniversary art competition and exhibition, Bhutan
  • Participated in the group exhibition in the VAST Annual Art Show, Bhutan.
  • Participated in the group exhibition on Bhutanese Contemporary Art, Bhutan
  • Participated in the group exhibition ‘Art Now’, Vast Studio, Thimphu, Bhutan.
  • Participated in VAST Annual Exhibition, Thimphu, Bhutan.
  • Assisted in design and organized the VAST studio opening exhibition, Bhutan.

RESIDENCY/WORKSHOP/CAMP/FESTIVAL

1998-2007

  • Participated in a 10 day full time Visual Art Training Workshop, Bhutan.
  • Participated in the group exhibition during the World Intellectual Property day
  • Participated in the Youth and Environment Art Camp for 3 days, Bhutan.
  • Participated in art exchange program with young Bangladesh artists, Bhutan
  • Participated in the first Visual Art Exhibition (outcome of visual art workshop)
  • Participated in summer art camp at Dochula, Bhutan
  • Participated in a mass tree planting program at Sangay Gang. Bhutan
  • Participated in full time special course on tonal drawing and painting, Bhutan
  • Participated in summer Art camp and trek, Thimphu, Bhutan
  • Participated in the first printmaking training workshop, Thimphu, Bhutan
  • Participated during the 5 day summer camp for VAST members, Bhutan
  • Attended HIV/STI workshop organized by (YDF) and funded by UNICEF
  • Attended Youth Expedition Project (YEP) organized by Singapore International Foundation (SIF) at Youth Information Center.

SPECIAL AWARDS AND GRANTS
2008 Awarded Merit Prize in Department of Ceramic.

2 thoughts on “Maiyesh Kumar Tamang”

  1. Dear Director/ Coordinator/ Concerned Officer:
    Basically I am an artist- painter obtained Bachelor of Fine Art, M.A. in Fine arts and Ph .D. in Traditional Folk Art. The area of my research field is Traditional Artifacts its relevant archaeological, historical and ethnological findings,cultural & social background.
    I am a regular practicing Artist- Painter/ researcher, would like to join in Visual Art Residency program to work on Creative painting especially in blending Nature-quality viz. the style of school of Bengal art will mix up with the trends of contemporary school/ folk traditional style of your state/ country which may come out in light in a new horizon of art style in blending nature. I am optimistic that by this the artists, teachers and all concerned will be significantly benefited from its findings. Besides this, I am also interested to work with artists to learn the method, technique and the style of the school of your country’s art by which the artists of our country also will be significantly benefited that I hoped and optimized.
    Work will be done in different style also. I have especial interest to study on traditional folk arts of your state/ region.
    I wish to give classes to the students of concerning dept.(if the authority permits me) to teach the style, method of the Bengol-school of Art which is noteworthy.
    It may be mentioned that our govt. is not in a position to sponsor me to such a study & work due to financial constraints.
    Hence, I would be grateful to you if you kindly make arrangement for such program(residency) for me with support-awarding grant/ fellowships. Thanking you with best regards. Sincerely yours,

    Dr. Shahariar Talukder, Dated: 25/9/2011 E-mail: [email protected] Cell: 880-31-01731897845
    Professor, Institute of Fine Arts, University of Chittagong ,Chittagong 4331, Bangladesh, and Regional Director Shanto-Marium Univ. of Creative Technology, Chittagong Center.

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