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Bikalpa Art Center is a non-profit, non funded and non government organization lead by a group of vivacious and self-motivated youth who are entirely devoted to introducing art to the general public of Nepal by increasing access and providing innovative art experiences for a variety of audiences.

In today’s era of modernization, our society is gradually trailing its ethnicity, values and norms. Regardless of the affluence of culture and various forms of local arts and architectures, they are yet to be cherished, esteemed and appreciated. But the verity that the scope of intervention as such local roots still remains overlooked. Thus, Bikalpa Art Cener’s core intent is to fortify such local form of arts and utilize them to inspire the art lovers and practitioners to come up with something creative, innovative and imaginative.

The main goal of the center is endorsement and promotion of the Nepalese art and culture through diverse forms of contemporary art practices. Bikalpa Art Center strongly believes in long term impact of any of its activities at the targeted areas.

Beard Of Harmony

January 5, 2019 |

Beard of Harmony is an acoustic duo based in Bangalore, on a journey to create music and share what they love with the world. Their repertoire consists in original songs and a selection of covers reworked with their personal touch. … Read More

Open Studio Exhibition by two Korean Artists

December 28, 2018 |

It turned out an amazing one night exhibit! The work was produced in two weeks of their visiting artists residency program. One of the artists ‘Enuk Lee’ collaborate with another Nepali Artist ‘Prabod Shrestha’. Prabod wrote poem on Enuk’s work. … Read More

Welcome Visiting Artists

December 19, 2018 |

Bikalpa Art Center is pleased to welcome two very exciting visiting artists, Eunuk Lee and Chosun Hong from South Korea. They are visual artist and sound engineer/ filmmakers. They are going to work at Bikalpa for next two weeks and there … Read More

Art Camp at Bikalpa Art Center

December 10, 2018 |

Bikalpa Art Center offers seasonal camps every year. This time around we are doing it again. The camp offers the perfect opportunity for your child to bring out the creative side inside them. With tons of activities to offer such as … Read More

Friendship concert Nepal Germany Switzerland

November 15, 2018 |

FRIENDSHIP CONCERT Viva con Agua comes to Nepal with the plan of creating water through the music of some great international and Nepali artists. Music creates water – celebrating friendship at Bikalpa Art Center on Saturday, November 24th 2018, Viva … Read More

Welcome Intern

October 9, 2018 |

Namita Kandel is joining the BAC family as an intern. She’s a finance graduate from Tribhuvan University and hails from the scenic city of Pokhara. Interested in art of DIY-ing and upcycling, she’s keen to learn about the different art … Read More

Open Call for participations for Trans Studio Project 4.0

August 13, 2018 |

Bikalpa Art Center is calling for applications from anyone interested in participating in the Trans Studio Project 4.0. We encourage applicants with different professional backgrounds to apply, from Artists and Writers to Engineers and Scientists and everything in between; we … Read More

Live Vocal Looping workshop with Larry T Hill

August 9, 2018 |

Bikalpa Art Center is happy is host Larry T Hill and organize a workshop about live looping. This workshop will not just teach abut also lead to a final performance on Friday, 17th August 2018. Live Looping … Read More

In Memoriam of Manuj Babu Mishra

August 9, 2018 |

Sadly yesterday we learnt the news that Manuj Babu Mishra passed away. The Bikalpa Art Center would like to express our deepest condolences to Mishra’s family and friends. His death is a great loss to the entire arts community of … Read More

Modern Nepali Art; Abhi Subedi

August 7, 2018 |

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In conjunction with Bikalpa Art Center’s latest exhibition ‘Panorama 60’s: Pioneers of Nepali Modernism’ the esteemed Dr Abhi Subedi wrote the long-form essay ‘Modern Nepali Art: Bangdel and after … Read More