- COMING SOON: ‘Being in a Body Performance’
16 Mar 2017
Ashmina Ranjit, a Kathmandu Triennale Performance Art Curator, has invited four artists, as LASANAA resident artists: Marie Julia Bollansée, (Belgium), Monali Meher (India-the Netherlands), Alice Fox (Britain), and Ryan Elisabeth Reid (United States), to create a collective performance and lead a workshop entitled ‘Being in a Body’. The five artists from different geographical origins will have a conversation in Kathmandu, which will root the creation in individual and collaborative response to the city. The group’s performance will be based on their own current experiences, in the present, at this moment, in Kathmandu. In addition, each artist is creating an individual performance for the Triennale. Details coming soon!!!
- Spread the Love
9 Feb 2017
NexUs, LASANAA & Abiral – The Arts Group would like to invite you to experience and be part of the “One Billion Rising Revolution” movement with an exhilarating youth performance titled Light in Darkness . The performance depicts contemporary problems faced by the adolescence and youth in the world. Followed, is a live painting and art exhibition featuring the artwork of prominent artist Pramila Bajracharya. Her work incorporates several social-cultural themes derived from her prominence as an accomplished female artist, as well as her perception of the 2015 earthquake. Finally, you will be treated to a live music session by … [READ MORE]
- INNER DANCE HEALING
14 Jun 2015
Welcome to the Inner Dance process. A journey into awakening your power to change yourself and your community. The Inner Dance is a global movement of healers, artists, medical practitioners, ecologists, transformation experts and community leaders who are experiencing change from inside themselves as they bring change to the world around them. SCHEDULE FOR THE WORKSHOP ———————————————————————————– June 16, 4 to 6pm – Talk and Dialogues on Healing Work. A two-hour journey into healing, transformation and energy. What is healing, and how does transformation happen? What is energy and how do we bring a system of observing it in our … [READ MORE]
17 Feb 2013
An event by LASANAA and Himalayan Readers’ Book Club! Facebook Event Page Come and Join ScrawlTrawl#1! We had discussed about feminist poetry in this session, as well as wrote and drawn something of our own. You can download the WebZine produced from this workshop here. Links for the texts we’d discussed: ‘Girl’; Jamaica Kincaid http://bcs.bedfordstmartins.com/virtualit/fiction/Girl/story.asp?p&font=sans “Helen of Troy Does Countertop Dancing”, Margaret Atwood http://nevernotsad.tumblr.com/post/26040957991/the-world-is-full-of-women-whod-tell-me-i-should Vagina Sonnet http://kl3pt0.tumblr.com/post/21691584750/while-researching-latina-feminism
- ‘I say NO to Corruption’ Art Exhibition
1 Dec 2012
Please attend the exhibition of artwork from our ‘I say NO to Corruption’ ACT2012 Art Competition! Facebook event page Inauguration: 11 am Display: 9:30 am to 4:30 pm Date: December 9 Venue: Basantapur Durbar Square, Kathmandu Download Flyer
- LASANAA Special Art Talk:
11 Jul 2012
Creativity/Challenges/Discoveries in Building New Art Spaces and their Communities, from Artists to Visitors We’ll be joined by two representatives from the Qatar Museums Authority, Grace Murray and Laura Fox. Date: 13th July, Friday Time: 4 pm Venue: LAH/LASANAA, Martin Chautari Premises, 27 Jeetjung Marg, Thapathali. Join us for an insightful discussion on Friday.
- LASANAA Art Theory Workshop II
6 Jul 2012
Coverage of Art Theory Workshop 2 on Artudio.
- LASANAA National Workshop 2012
6 Jul 2012
Art Perspective Across Nepal Building Artists’ Network for Positive Change
- Review: National Exhibition of Fine ATRS – Kanchan G Burathoki
29 Jun 2012
Review: National Exhibition of Fine ATRS – Kanchan G Burathoki
- Film Show and Discussion
28 Jun 2012
5 July 2012 / 21 Asar 2069 (Thursday, 3pm) @ Martin Chautari Samrath Kharel’s Nhuchhe Sir (Nepal, 2012) Samrath Kharel, Director About film Nhuchhe Sir is an effort to understand the relationship between man and his music, between the art and the artist. It is not an academic endeavor, a news report or a historical documentation of Jyapu music but an attempt to capture the passion of man who has for centuries communicated with the gods through music. Nhuchhe Bahadur Dangol is a son of the Valley, keeper of the primordial sound and this is the way he knows.