Mindful Movement & Community Connection at NexUs Culture Nepal
29th April 9am-11am
Mindful movement is to gently move the body with conscious, refreshing movements. The facilitation process brings in mindfulness. It is similar to Tai Chi, yet more of a soft dance. It is between yoga and dance.
This program is designed as a workshop that incorporates a gentle activity where people can move their bodies and get a little exercise.
The moves bring in awareness of the body and mindfulness in life. Participants feel more energized, refreshed and focused.
This will be a 2 hour session with 1 hour of dance and the rest of the time is to build community with tea, coffee and muffins.
Check out this Video for an example of the class:
This program can also be great for team building!
Questions – email us or call # 981-916-2480
About the teacher, Katrina Zavalney. Katrina is from San Francisco, CA, USA. Katrina has been involved in dance and theater for over 20 years. She is trained in Zumba and teaches as well as Nia Dance. Dance is a great passion and creative out let for her and she wants to share this with the world! Katrina is the Founder of the nonprofit Aranya Solutions, with the mission to enrich the quality of life within targeted economically challenged and developing areas. Aranya Solutions develops systematic changes with focus on localization serving as a bridge to resources. Learn more at: www.AranyaSolutions.com
NRS 1,000 – includes tea/ coffee and a muffin
@ NexUs Culture Nepal – Maitri Marg, Patan, Lalitipur
Explore Creativity within your Child
Lets Make REMARKABLE Spring Holidays for Children by involving your child in this special oppertunity!
10.00 am to 3.30 pmLOCATION: NexUs Culture Nepal (Bakhundole, Lalitpur (in front of Old Radio Sagarmath Building // way to Norwegian Embassy)http://goo.gl/maps/0Zi7g
fill out the online registration form HERE:https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1WSDuWrjbuGswNs9GHMYvefRdWu-biThlXjd4lKnlT0Y/edit
call: 01 55222393 / 9860314470 (Kreetika Pradhan)
Traditional Nepali Kite Making (18th March 2018)
The purpose of the workshop is threefold: to produce the kites that will become a part of my artwork for an exhibition at LASANAA, to pass along knowledge from an older generation to a younger one, and to add an additional lesson of my own about how designers and artists can understand material and form from a human-centered technical, social, and environmental point of view.
* All participants must confirm attendance in advance as the number of seats to join are limited.
The workshop will run 12pm to 3pm on Sunday, March 18th
All materials will be provided
All participants will be compensated for commute expenses to attend and lunch will be provided.
About the instructor/Artist
Mark Bechtel is an artist in Residence at LASANAA. He is an Assistant Professor of Product Design who has been teaching in the undergraduate Product Design and graduate Industrial Design programs at Parsons School of Design in New York for the last twelve years. During this time, he has held multiple roles in design education, including Interim Director for the Product Design program and Chair of the curriculum committee for the School of Constructed Environments. Additionally, other activities have included acting as a panelist for an exhibition, Private Choices, Public Spaces, by the feminist architecture collective, ArchiteXX, and presenting at the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education conference in Los Angeles.
Storytelling in Sound (6th & 7th January 2018)
A two-day event/workshop that is open for all audio enthusiasts who want to learn the art of storytelling in sound and basics of producing podcast.
Hosted by Nexus Culture in collaboration with Bimina Ranjit and Elyse Blennerhassett from New York.
Bimina Ranjit is a multimedia Journalist in New York and has produced an award winning documentary film “Reviving Nepal Bhasa” in 2015 focusing on endangered culture and language of community of Newars, original to Kathmandu, Nepal. Bimina graduated from Columbia Graduate School for journalism in May 2017 with focus on long-form video and audio production.
Bimina is Kathmandu native, who left her hometown as a teenager to pursue her dream of independence in the United States. Most of her stories focus on immigration, education, social issues and religion.
Her personal work can be found here: http://bimina.net/
Elyse Blennerhassett is a sound artist and audio producer for radio, documentaries, podcasts, film, and space. Recording sound, from oral histories to soundscapes is one of her obsessions. Or perhaps it is the other way around, her obsessions compel her to record sound. With sound she seeks to address alterity.
Elyse is currently completing an MA in Oral History at Columbia University, where she is creating an audio documentary featuring the voices of men (who she has been recording since 2015) who were sentenced to die in prison as youth. She is co-founder of Brown Planet Productions, an independent multimedia documentary house based in Chicago, with experimental filmmaker, Carlos Javier Ortiz. Their work has been published by various media platforms, including: The New Yorker and The Atlantic, and screened in cities at festivals across the US, including Tribeca.
Her personal and collaborative work can be found here: http://www.comfortofconstellations.space/