KT Progress: Collaboration with Kathmandu Valley Preservation Trust – kathmandu triennale

KT Progress: Collaboration with Kathmandu Valley Preservation Trust

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The Kathmandu Triennale Team, Sharareh Bajracharya (from Srijanalaya), and Rishi Amatya (writer/researcher based in Nepal), discussed plans for a child-friendly interactive map of Patan Museum's chowks, and other educational outreach programs, with Rohit Ranjitkar, conservation architect, from Kathmandu Valley Preservation Trust (KVPT), at the offices of KVPT, Patan Durbar Square.
Ranjitkar also showcased the various research, maps, and models developed by KBPT for an enhanced artistic and educational experience. Amatya and Bajracharya detailing the procedures to create programs while respecting the heritage, architecture, and preservation of the area.
The team even discussed potential program that could be held at Mulchowk, Sundarichowk, and Bhandarkhal which have gone recent renovations.
KT 2017 also aims to coincide the inauguration with the completion of Sundarichowk renovation, which will be completed by mid-March.
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Rohit Ranjitkar, conservation architect, from Kathmandu Valley Preservation Trust (KVPT) discussing potential educational outreach programs at the offices of KVPT, Patan Durbar Square.

The team discussing potential program that could be held at Mulchowk, Sundarichowk, and Bhandarkhal which have gone recent renovations

Plans were made with detailed maps for an enhanced artistic and educational exprience.

Ranjitkar also showcased the various research conducted by Kathmandu Valley Preservation Trust that could aid the educational plans..

Plans were made with detailed models for an enhanced exprience.

Amatya and Bajracharya detailing the procedures to create programs while respecting the heritage, architecture, and preservation of the area.

Kathmandu Triennale also aims to coincide the inauguration with the completion of Sundarichowk renovation, which will be completed by mid-March.