14 July 2016

NEPAL-QATAR: THE VOID AND THE FULLNESS Artist Talk by Frédéric Lecloux 5:30 PM | THURSDAY, 14 JULY 2016 YALA MAYA KENDRA, PATAN DHOKA Nepal is being emptied. Before the earthquakes of 2015, driven by a lack of job opportunities at home, each day, 1500 Nepalis were going abroad to work, mainly to Malaysia, Qatar and […]

11 March 2016

It gives us great pleasure to invite you to an evening with Rahaab Allana, Curator of the Alkazi Foundation for the Arts in New Delhi and Akshay Mahajan, photographer and publisher of Blindboys; FRIDAY, 11 MARCH  2016 5 – 7 PM YALAMAYA KENDRA, PATAN DHOKA The Afterlife of an Image by Rahaab Allana This talk will look at representative works […]

11 September 2015

We have just completed our summer Intro to Storytelling workshop and it gives us great pleasure to invite you to a screening of the works produced by the 12 participants; Aashish Limbu, Biken Ranjit, Bikki Basnet, Bivek Raj Shrestha, Deepa Shrestha, Karma Tshering Gurung, Mahendra Khadka, Neha Hada, Obhaso Shakya, Pawan Joshi, Subin Gurung and […]

8 August 2015

Please join us this Wednesday for a presentation by Rohan Thapa as he speaks about his creative process behind his new experimental exhibition titled IN VISIBLE that is showing this week at Nepal Art Council. IN VISIBLE is an exhibition that attempts to bridge the gap between the visually impaired and sighted through a sensory […]

6 July 2015

We are pleased to invite you to a showcase by Bangladeshi photographer Sarker Protick. He will be sharing his works from Bangladesh and also a curated slideshow of students work from Pathshala South Asian Media Academy . Sarker Protick is a documentary photographer based in Bangladesh. He is a member of VII Photo Agency and […]

Shooting with Gun and Camera:- Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Este visiting Nepal

11 January 2015

An illustrated talk by Regina Höfer This talk introduces the Nepalese and Indian collection of the Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Este. During his world tour in 1892/93 he visited South Asia and brought back amounts of all kinds of artefacts, ranging from miniature paintings on ivory, ethnographic clay models, weapons, botanical and zoological objects […]

Nepal 1975 – 2011: An illustrated talk by Kevin Bubriski

7 January 2015

Wednesday, 7 January 2015 5:00 – 6:30 PM The Bakery Cafe, Sundhara Photographer Kevin Bubriski has been visually documenting the country and people of Nepal since his first visit in 1975. Sent as a young Peace Corps volunteer to the northwest Karnali Zone, the country’s remotest and most economically depressed region, he spent three years […]

21 December 2014

We are pleased to invite you to a showcase by Spanish photojournalist Omar Havana who will be sharing works from Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam, and Nepal. Omar Havana is a Spanish freelance photojournalist represented by Getty Images. He started his career in 2005 during a trip to Cuba as Hurricane Wilma hit the Cuban capital, La […]

24 November 2014

Philip Blenkinsop is due to be back in Kathmandu soon! Philip Blenkinsop has been described as “one of the most essential photographers of his generation” – Christian Caujolle. He is adamant that the photographer should never censor scenes through the camera. “Photographers are both witnesses and messengers. Our responsibility must always lie with the people […]

WHERE ART MEETS SCIENCE: New ways to explore change in the Himalayas

13 November 2014

An illustrated talk by climber, photographer and film maker David Breashears. David will share with us his exciting collaboration with Microsoft, through which we are allowed vivid explorations of mountain landscapes that he has documented over the years. David’s talk will be followed by a conversation with David Molden, Director General, ICIMOD and Kunda Dixit, […]