Established in 2010 as Nepal's first international contemporary arts centre, KCAC facilitates dialogue and exchange opportunities for Nepali and international artists.
KCAC's International Artist-in-Residency scheme was created to help foster links between artists and the local community, as well as creating a platform for critical discourse between artists from Nepal and the rest of the world. Through this residency scheme KCAC is able to run their scholarship programme supporting up to four contemporary Nepalese Artists per year providing studio space and materials, culminating in a catalogued exhibition.
KCAC welcome direct applications from international artists and researchers to rent one of their three studios based in the Patan Museum.
For information on cost, availability and how to apply, please contact:firstname.lastname@example.org
STUDIO APPLICATIONS - we encourage international artists to apply to rent studio space with us. For information on cost, availability and how to apply, please email@example.com To see photos of the studios available to rent CLICK HERE
HELPING YOUNG NEPALI ARTISTS: The funds raised by hosting international artists in residence with KCAC directly support Nepali artists with studio space, scholarships, and other opportunities.
Artists in Residence are asked to be flexible with changes that may arise with regard to space and facilities, in order to more directly serve the centre’s mission.
We have a flat near the centre for artists to rent, or we can find artist accommodation on several different levels. If you would like to see photos of the flat, CLICK HERE
+44 (0) 7789 351144
Kathmandu Contemporary Arts Centre
Durbar Square, Kathmandu