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‘Art is Power’ on display

‘Art is Power’ on display

‘Art is Power’; an artistic outcome by the girls who are asking for an equal world through their art work for the equal representation has begun at Siddhartha Art Gallery, Baber Mahal Revisited. One week long exhibition kicked off on September 22 that features around 150 representative artworks by girls.

E-Arts Nepal to honor artist Uttam Nepali

E-Arts Nepal to honor artist Uttam Nepali

- by Republica

E-Arts Nepal, an online gallery is honoring artist Uttam Nepali at their annual event, ‘Himalayan Art Festival’ for his determination, dedication, and contribution to the Nepali art scenario.

‘NAAER Australian Education Fair’ concludes

‘NAAER Australian Education Fair’ concludes

- by Republica

'NAAER Australian Education Fair’ has been concluded in the capital on Thursday. Organized by Nepalese Association of Australian Education Representatives (NAAER) at Hotel Annapurna, the education fair welcomed hundreds of students, who came to know about various Australian colleges and universities.

Old Nepal in Ed Van der Kooy’s reel

Old Nepal in Ed Van der Kooy’s reel

- by Republica

In coordination with The Saraf Foundation, The Taragaon Museum is organizing a photo exhibition titled ‘Nepal Then’ at its premise located at Boudha. The exhibition started on Wednesday.

Art exhibition enhances Nepal-Russia friendship

Art exhibition enhances Nepal-Russia friendship

- by Republica

Russian Center of Science and Culture in collaboration with Nepal Russia Art Club has organized an art exhibition ‘Friendaversary’ at the premises of Russian center of science and culture.

Awareness through art about climate change

Awareness through art about climate change

- by Republica

With an aim to raise issues regarding climate change to a larger audience using art, the event entitled ‘Disrupting Climate Disruption: A Global Day of Creative Action’ is going to be held at Utpala Cafe, Boudha on Saturday.

4 things about divine architect and craftsman: Lord Vishwakarma

4 things about divine architect and craftsman: Lord Vishwakarma

- by Sangita Shrestha

According to the ‘Rig Veda’, Vishwakarma is the personification of creative power of the Supreme Being and the divine architect of the universe who invented many architectural wonders along with tools/weapons for gods/goddesses. And here’s a list of five things about him and his invention:

‘Amalagam’ on display at SAG

‘Amalagam’ on display at SAG

- by Republica

Siddhartha Art Gallery (SAG) established by eminent artist Shashikala Tiwari and Sangeeta Thapa in Pratap Bhawan Complex in Kantipath has been showcasing artworks of talented artist since September 28, 1987.

Are you ready for Kumari Rath Jatra?

Are you ready for Kumari Rath Jatra?

- by Sangita Shrestha

The first day begins from Kumari Ghar, Basantapur and heads toward Chikanmugal, Jaisi Dewal, Lagan, Hyumat, Bhimsensthan, Maru and halts at Kumari Ghar. Lord Ganesh’s chariot is pulled first, followed by Lord Bhairab and then Kumari.

Paintings that speak history of Nepal

Paintings that speak history of Nepal

- by Prasanta Lamichhane

Nevertheless, if you wish, you were able to see them in clear picture, then the ongoing exhibition ‘Nepal through the ages’ by 82-year-old, veteran artist Hari Prasad Sharma at Nepal Art Council, Babermahal is the place to visit.

Creating dialogue through art: ‘Object in Focus’

Creating dialogue through art: ‘Object in Focus’

- by Sangita Shrestha

The artist who believes that he is a bridge between traditional and contemporary art says art is similar to journalism. He adds, “Art gives us identity and we should acknowledge the value of art. And through art, an artist tries to create dialogue and depict the picture of society and current happenings as journalism does.”

To Remember: Mix media exhibition concludes

To Remember: Mix media exhibition concludes

- by Anwesha Khadka

Remembrance is what makes memories alive throughout life. A mix-media exhibition ‘Space A’ by Iranian artists Farshid Davoodi, Maryam Ashkanian and Sima Shahmoradi began on August 28 at Siddhartha Art Gallery, Baber Mahal Revisited.