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KU BFA Art Exhibition at Art Council

Kathmandu University, School of Arts, Department of Art and Design is pleased to organize BFA Exhibition Project 2021 entitled UN/CONFINED. The exhibition project of BFA final year students will be inaugurated from Wednesday, November 17, 2021, at 3:00 pm at Nepal Art Council, Babar Mahal, Kathmandu by Ganesh Aryal, Chief Administrative Officer of Lalitpur Metropolitan City in the presence of Prof. Dr. Bhola Thapa, Vice-Chancellor of Kathmandu University.

Former Kumari of Kathmandu looking on arts exhibited on art expo.

The BFA Exhibition Project, 2021, showcases practices in different genres of art by the graduating class of 2017 – 2021 major Graphic Communication and Studio Art of the Kathmandu University, School of Arts, Department Art and Design.

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The exhibition includes the ideas of 26 graduate students of the Department of Art and Design. The students have explored various materials and mediums to reflect their ideas that are rigorously practiced in their four-year academic journey. The artworks and designs are a testimony of their hard work and passion.

The works also demonstrate discernible various strands of creative approaches and ideas of the students. The creative approach and the ideas of the students can be weaved through the works displayed. Various ideas and concepts of the creative language are conveyed in different artistic forms. Illumination of the journey and culmination of thought processes can be revealed in this exhibition project.

The students showcasing the works, Aishworya Shakya, Anusha Gurung, Ashish Shrestha, Nilima Maharjan, Sumit Dangol, Sofiya Maharjan, Riaaj Narsingh Thapa, Sanju Thapa Magar, Kripa Tuladhar, Sujata Khadka from Studio Art and Swornim Bajracharya, Thinley Lama, Tsewang Lama, Aman Maharjan, Milly Maharjan, Nija Maharjan, Kirti Prajapati, Manjil Rijal, Arshia Shreshta, Ashok Shrestha, Saroj Shrestha, Spriha Shrestha, Richene Singh, Shulab Thapa, Johnson Limbu from Graphic Communication.