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‘BFA Show 2019’ on display
A group art exhibition by BFA graduates from Sirjana College of Fine Arts, ‘BFA Show 2019’ kicked off on August 29 at Nepal Art Council, Baber Mahal.
The exhibition features paintings, prints, sculptures, installation arts, graphic communication works and photographs. The graduating students who created the artworks are Litish Shakya, Manjila Rijal, Parmeshwor Khadka, Prasamsha Kunwar, Rinchhen Nurbu Shrepa, Samip Shakya, Sanjay Dangi, Sharmila Devi Tamang, Sujit Maharjan, Sujita Chaudhary, Yugal Shakya, Birochan Malla, Dawa Lama, Dipen Limbu, Mrigendra Narayan Shrestha, Nipurna Bajracharya and Sushan Maharjan.
The ground floor of the gallery is garnered by graphic communication works. The works in the exhibition are quite impressive which is not less than a professional’s work, if one has to compare. The students have used their creative approach to brand products, create a product and run a campaign utilizing their graphic communication skills.
Likewise, the paintings, installations and more are created on the themes of human expression, society, religion, among others.
About the graduate show, Madan Chitrakar, principal of Sirjana College of Fine Arts shared, “All the works have been accumulated over a period of full one academic year. So, we describe the event as the new edition of our BFA—‘Graduate Show:2019’. In each show, we’ve ensured that the students are able to reveal their best, creative strength and the level of thoughts—all spread over in a single common platform. This is to make the show an actual reflection of their learning. To achieve it , therefore, we’ve encouraged our students to bring their best, from their respective academic learning,. Also, we’ve sought that the event must reflect the skills and the knowledge they have gained during their entire learning period.”
The exhibition continues till Wednesday.