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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.

World Music Day (Fête de la Musique)

June 16, 2018 |

It first took place during the summer in 1982 in Paris, popular as ‘Fête de la Musique’. Fête de la Musique transforms the streets of Paris into the world’s biggest performance stage. Hundreds of people gather to celebrate the joy … Read More

Trans Studio Project 3.0

May 18, 2018 |

BAC Trans Studio Project 3.0 (21st of May – 8th of June 2018)

The Trans Studio Project 3.0 is a three-week – from Monday the 21st of May until Friday the 8th of June – intensive transdisciplinary project, that aims … Read More

‘Nepal: Then and Now’ Photography Exhibition

May 17, 2018 |

‘Nepal: Then & Now’ is a photography exhibition that juxtaposes historical and contemporary photographs of Nepal, examining how the physical and social landscape of Nepal has changed over time. This exhibition will take place on 25th May 5:30pm and will … Read More

Talk & Presentation by Abhi Subedi on Modern & Contemporary Art in Nepal

May 16, 2018 |

As apart of the Trans Studio Project 3.0 the BAC is hosting a lecture by Professor Abhi Subedi on Modern & Contemporary Nepalese Art on 25th May 2018 (2pm-4pm)

This is an excellent opportunity for anyone interested in Nepali Art … Read More

Trans Studio Project 3.0: Open Call

April 8, 2018 |

Bikalpa Art Center is calling for applications from those interested in participating in the Trans Studio Project 3.0. We encourage applicants with different professional backgrounds to apply, from Artists and Filmmakers to Engineers and Scientists; we want you to bring … Read More

Open Call for photographers!

April 7, 2018 |

Bikalpa Art Centre is looking for 10 to 13 photographers to participate in our upcoming exhibition ‘Nepal: Then & Now.’

The concept for this show is to juxtapose historical and contemporary images of Nepal, to examine how the physical … Read More

Welcome Intern

April 5, 2018 |

We are excited to welcome Miss Bronte Isabella from Australia. Bronte Isabella is joining the BAC from Australia where she has recently graduated from a Bachelors of Communication, majoring in Public Relations, and a Bachelors of Art, with an extended … Read More

Winter Camp 2018

December 11, 2017 |

Winter is here! And so is the Winter Fun Camp at Bikalpa Art Center. Winter camp offers the perfect opportunity for your child to bring out the creative side inside them. With tons of activities to offer such as Drawing, … Read More

Dashain Bash 2074

September 15, 2017 |

Bikalpa Art Center opens the floor to celebrate Nepal’s biggest festival Dashain together with versatile musical sets (Live Band, solo performers and DJs)

Along with the talented acts and performances, delicious food and special offers from the cafe makes the … Read More

Deep sorrow by the loss of art historian Dina Bangdel

July 26, 2017 |

Bikalpa Art Center and team would like to send our condolences to Dina’s family and share the sorrow of her loss. We are moved and filled with sadness today. Dina’s work enlightened us on Nepali and South Asian culture. She … Read More