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KT 2017 Progress: Call for Proposals

On January 10th, 2017, Srijanalaya, Kathmandu Triennale’s educational outreach partner, introduced the selected artists of the Triennale to various arts institutions of Nepal. Together, they will create multiple encounters, workshops, and seminars with the artists. The meeting was attended by Quixote’s Cove, Room to Read Nepal, Bindu Bindu, Drawing Room KTM, Nepal Art Council, Bikalpa […]

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KT Progress: Collaboration with Kathmandu Valley Preservation Trust

  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, […]

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NEW ENCOUNTER: Pop-up Schools of Architecture

  FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE View pictures from the encounter here. Green Tree Developers cordially invites you to join 9 cognitively creative, teenage girls in the 1st “Pop-up School of Architecture” where unique pieces of architecture will be created via a discovery by experimentation and imaginative improvisation. A final exhibition will be held on January 3rd, […]

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Become A Kathmandu Triennale Ambassador

Do you love art? Do you love Kathmandu? Do you want to transform the arts and cultural landscape of Nepal? As a KT Ambassador, you will work closely with international artists visiting Kathmandu to help produce artworks, gain exposure to Nepal’s vibrant, contemporary art scene, and even build your leadership, networking, and presentation skills. Get […]

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NEWS: Kathmandu Triennale is out on e-flux.

Pictured above: Peter Downsbrough, HERE, 2016. Bird’s eye view of Kathmandu valley. The news of the upcoming Kathmandu Triennale 2017 is out on e-flux. Click here to read the article on their website. e-flux is a publishing platform and archive, artist project, curatorial platform, and enterprise which was founded in 1998.Its news digest, events, exhibitions, schools, journal, […]

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NEWS: KT 2017 is hiring!

Kathmandu Triennale is looking to the fill the following vacancies:    – Program Manager (full-time) | Read job description here. – Capacity Building Manager (full-time) – Design Understudy (full-time) – Website Designer (full-time) – Intern-Animator (part-time) Please email info@artmandu for details. We work at Maligaon, Naxal, Kathmandu and have a friendly working environment. Please find the directions here. […]

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UPDATE: Visiting Kirtipur for Amrit Karki’s Project

Today, I and KT 2017 Artist Amrit Karki visited Kirtipur. We traveled to the city to meet with a local club.  This first contact was meant to expose to locals Amrit’s envisioned project. A project which would require almost 40 odd houses to agree to a 8 feet thick line of red paint across shouldering […]

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NEWS: Artnet News covers KT 2017

Artnet News has covered the forthcoming edition of the Kathmandu Triennale. Read more here. The article quotes KT 2017 Curator Philippe Van Cauteren, saying “The Kathmandu Triennale will celebrate the artists through an exhibition, and a series of encounters and exchanges. The project will praise the artist’s fragile and critical vision in a world in […]

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UPDATE: Exhibitions and Artists

For much of the past 5 years I have produced many exhibitions, each unique in their use of particular media or disciplinary approach. Most of these efforts, within the scope of curatorial practice, were focused on output rather than the artists. With Kathmandu Triennale, this position is changing. The inaugural edition will focus on artists […]

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