21st May 2023, Kathmandu
Nepal Internet Foundation is pleased to announce the successful completion of its highly anticipated art workshop held on 20 May 2023.
The workshop, aimed at fostering creativity and providing a platform for self-expression, witnessed a resounding success with the participation of esteemed Chief Guest Erina Tamrakar, Co-Founder, EArt Nepal, and special guests Mr. Deepak Bohara, General Manager, Utpala Cafa, and active local foster home volunteer community.
The event brought together aspiring artists, art enthusiasts, and volunteers who share a passion for art and its transformative power. Participants were immersed in a series of engaging sessions and activities, led by renowned artists and experienced facilitators, to explore various art forms and unleash their creative potential.
The highlight of the workshop was the presence of Chief Guest Ms. Tamrakar. She graced the occasion with her inspiring words, emphasizing the importance of art in personal growth, community development, and fostering empathy. The Chief Guest’s insightful remarks resonated deeply with the attendees, leaving a lasting impact on their artistic journey.
In addition to the Chief Guest, the workshop was honored to have special guests from the local host Utpala Café and the Subha Shree Bal Udhyan/Subha Shree Children Garden foster home volunteer community.
Their presence added a meaningful dimension to the event, highlighting the importance of inclusivity and empowering individuals from diverse backgrounds through art.
The art workshop showcased a diverse range of artistic expressions, from painting and drawing to sculpture and mixed media. Participants were encouraged to experiment with different techniques, unleash their imaginations, and share their unique perspectives.
The atmosphere was filled with creativity, collaboration, and a sense of community as participants exchanged ideas, received constructive feedback, and formed lasting connections.
“We are thrilled with the overwhelming response and success of our art workshop,” said Tazanna Shrestha volunteer at Nepal Internet Foundation.
“The workshop not only provided a platform for individuals to express their creativity but also fostered personal growth and a sense of belonging. We are immensely grateful to our Chief Guest, special guests from Eart Nepal and Utpala Cafa with Subha Shree Bal Udhyan/Subha Shree Children Garden
foster home volunteer community, and all the participants for making this event a truly remarkable experience.”
NIF would like to extend heartfelt gratitude to all the supporters of JCI Budhanilkantha and Worldlink Communication, partners – Lajga.com and Utpala Cafa, and volunteers who made this event possible.
Their unwavering commitment to empowering individuals through art has made a significant impact on the success of the workshop.