Stories By 'Nhooja Tuladhar'
As the play Laati ko Chhoro progresses, Kishan Shrestha can be seen constantly changing tunes—and beats—as he switches between instruments. In one scene, he is singing along with one of the play’s characters;
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Ask artist Nabendra Limbu about his painting process and he’ll give you a detailed rundown—from canvas stretching to the final layer of paint—as if he is talking about life incidents.
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Pranisha Gurung, a fourth year student at Sirjana College of Fine Arts, Uttar Dhoka, felt something like panic when her teacher reminded the class that their BFA final-year exhibition was to be held in a month-and-a-half’s time.
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At the low-brow mix-media exhibition, currently on at the Siddartha Art Gallery, you see two very young artists trying to find a voice that they can stick with
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A series of art festivals is lined up for enthusiasts in the months to come. Jazzmandu is right around the corner, so is Photo Kathmandu—an international photography festival that is going to be held for the first time in Nepal. The Nepal Music Festival will be held in November and the Nepal Literature Festival is all set to take place too. A new addition—and the opening act to this list—is The Gharana Music Festival, which starts from October 8.
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Hundred-year-old Namgyal Dolma’s face tells many stories. The lines on her face--seen on a black-and-white portrait photograph of her, currently ondisplay at the Siddhartha Art Gallery, Babermahal--tell tales of lost identity, of struggle and survival.
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