Kathmandu University, School of Arts, Center for Art and Design cordially invites you the Angelo State University Faculty Art Exhibition in Nepal Mr. Phillip P. Hoffman, Interim Executive Director, USEF Nepal kindly consented to inaugurate the exhibition on 25th November, 2016 Friday at 4pm at The Taragoan Museum, Bouddha, KathmanduREAD MORE
Presentation by Dr. Marta Flisykowska was held at Kathmandu Univeristy, School of Arts, Center for Art and Design on 17th October, 2016.
Students from fourth year who opted for Graphic Communication was present in the presentation. Dr. Marta is one of the faculty members from the Academy of Art and Design, Gdansk, Poland. She briefly discussed about the trends and development of design in Poland. She also discussed with the students about the design and their ideas and their progress.[gallery columns=”2″ READ MORE
Presentation by Madeline Peckenpaugh was held at Kathmandu University, School of Arts, Center for Art and Design on 29th September, 2016 at 2pm. She briefly talked about her experience and the journey of her emotions thought her works. Her intuitive thoughts and expressions were articulated during her presentation. She interacted with the students about her individual approach and communication with her abstract works.
Madeline Pekenpaugh was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and graduated with a Certificate and a Bachelors of Fine
School of Arts
Center for Art and Design
invites you to the opening of
Nepal Art Council
Babar Mahal, Kathmandu
5pm, 22 July 2016, Friday
Prof Dr. Ram Kantha Makaju Shrestha
will grace the occasion as
our Guest of Honor.
This BFA Exhibition Project 2016 showcases a wide-ranging art
practice by graduating batch of 2012-16 from the Kathmandu University,
School of Art, Center for Art and Design. This confirms KU Art+Design
team’s commitment to excellence and innovation in the art practice and
illustrates the rigorous program taught under a teamREAD MORE
Kathmandu University, School of Arts, Center for Art and Design Invites applications for Admission for Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) Program.
Bachelor of Fine Arts BFA degree is designed to prepare students for careers in their preferred creative discipline or for succeeding in master programs. KU Art+Design’s curriculum highlights intensive studio practices, with foundation in basic techniques, followed by stages of innovation and critical learning, and culminating in the development of an independent visual idiom. Students earn a BFA degree in Graphic CommunicationREAD MORE
Shelley Warren who earned an MFA in Sculpture from Yale University and a BFA from the School of Visual Arts, NYC articulated her views on the work. She shared the works with the students of Kathmandu University, School of Arts, Center for Art and Design on 29th June, 2016. The described her influences and her inspiration for her installation and performance based works through the visual elements. There was a brief question and answer session with the students to knowREAD MORE
Kathmandu University, School of Arts, Center for Art and Design cordially invites you to the talk program by Shelley Warren at the premises of KU, School of Arts, Center for Art and Design, Hattiban, Lalitpur on 29th June, 2016, Wednesday at 12:00pm.
Visual Artist Shelley Warren will present an overview of her multimedia installations, sculptures and videos. She will provide a glimpse of her studio practices – use of materials, methods of making and ideologies that inspire her work.
Warren willREAD MORE
26th June, 2016
Rebuilding Bungamti project which was initiated by Kathmandu University, School of Arts, Center for Art and Design with the support of individuals and other organisation with their activities were showcased at Park Gallery, Pulchowk. The team build a temporary shelter located at Bungamati and different other activities were done. Activities like outreach program for children and sanitation program were approached. Collaborative performance art was achieved with Mr. Salil Subedi and the Students of KU art +
You are Cordially invited to the exhibition Kathmandu University #Rebuilding Bungamati in Park Gallery, Pulchowk, Lalitpur on 26 June, 2016 at 5:00 pm.
The Exhibition includes photography taken of rebuilding process at Bungamati and the works based on the theme Bungamati. The fonts developed by the Students of Kathmandu University, School of Arts, Center for Art and Design will also be released.
Kathmandu University, School of Arts, Center for Art and Design cordially invite you to the art talk by Elisabeth Nickles on June 27, 2016 at 12:00 pm in the premises of KU Art + Design, Hattiban, Lalitpur.
Elisabeth Nickles is an artist in residence at KCAC, Nepal.Elisabeth Nickles is a mixed media sculptor living in Philadelphia. She has produced bodies of work in bronze, glass and paper. She attended the Boston Museum School and The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art andREAD MORE
An interaction session was held at Kathmandu University, School of Arts, Center for Art and Design by Elizabeth Nickles on 16th June, 2016 at 2:00 pm. BFA Third Year Second Semester (Graphic Communication) students were present at the interaction session. Elizabeth briefly viewed the works of the students and motivated them through her experiences. Her motivational talk and involvement was a great help for the students to develop their concepts in their design sense.READ MORE
The opening celebration of Atelier for artist was held at Bungamati on 4th June, Saturday at 3:00pm. The atelier is located at Bungamati- Khokona road near Peace Garden School.
Artists’ training in Bungamati is an academic program provided by Kathmandu University School of Arts at an off-campus atelier in Bungamati. The First phase of this program shall be overseen by One to Watch. This pilot-project, developed by One to Watch in academic collaboration with Kathmandu University School of Arts, will provideREAD MORE
A travelling exhibition “Stories of Climate+Change” has arrived at KU SoA premises for two day show 23-24 May, 2016. As part of this exhibition photographers Kishor Sharma and Narendra Mainali shared with us about their experiences from different communities in Dhankuta, Sindhupalchowk and Rasuwa.
Kishor Sharma and Narendra Mainali produced two powerful stories from communities in Dhankuta, Sindhupalchowk and Rasuwa with support from PC Grant 2015. This photography was established by photo.circle in 2015 and provides Nepali photographers financial,
Eminent Artist Mr. Jatin Das visited at Kathmandu University, School of Arts, Center for Art and Design on 23rd May, 2016. He shared his experiences and his works among the students. The interaction session was a motivational approach for the students for the further execution of works.
He shared his emotional vibes and his styles of his painting techniques.
Mark Graham, an associate professor of art education and the students (Film making, Visual Arts, Psychology) from Brigham Young University visited to Kathmandu University, School of Arts, Center for Art and Design on Friday, 13th May, 2016. There was an exchange of ideas and concept among the students of both the university. The works of Ku Art + Design was viewed by the Students of Brigham Young University and shared some of their thoughts on it.READ MORE
BFA Exhibition Project 2015, a group art exhibition by the graduating students of BFA program at Kathmandu University, School of Arts, Center for Art and Design will be on show at Taragaon Museum. The opening is scheduled on 26 September 2015 at 3:00 pm and the show will be continued until 29 September 2015.
A oneday workhop was held at Kathmandu University School of Arts, Center for Art and Design, Hattiban, Lalitpur with the
twenty one BFA students of Kathmandu University.The workshop was mentored by Doug Beube who explores his ideas through the collage, mixed media, paper, photography and book itself. He also explores a seemingly antiquated technology that is still purposeful in a digital age. The workshop began with an interesting presentation on his voyage and experience about hisunique creative concept and manipulation of books
KATHMANDU: The top floor of the Siddhartha Art Gallery, BaberMahal Revisited was packed with curious art enthusiasts on January 27. There were different questions about what was going on at the venue. The crowd was not sure about the happenings till they reached the top floor where visual artist Sujan Chitrakar was in action working on his performance art titled ‘The Marks of our time …”
Chitrakar donning blue jeans and a tee-shirt sat on a straw mat. Then a barberREAD MORE