Former Stop Press articles:
The NIAP is very pleased to support internationally renowned UK-based Nepali painter, and NIAP senior team member, Govinda Sah ‘Azad’ in his ‘Let’s Burn the Burden; Burn the Paintings’ arts protest for Peace on 4th October 2015.
NIAP mobilising support for victims of the 25th April Nepal earthquake:
Images from the destruction caused on 25th April by Nepal’s worst earthquake in living memory:
The NIAP through the UKNFS is fundraising online and through events (these will start from 23rd May at a major Nepali arts promotion event at Boscombe Bournemouth, and be continuing throughout the rest of 2015). You can donate online by visiting www.uknfs.org, where a PayPal donate link is provided.
The NIAP is a multi-organisational UK-Nepal arts and creative communities international friendship, awareness raising and global citizenship through the arts, initiative (please visit our UK & Nepal projects page, and our UK Projects page for information about our first major global citizenship through the arts project at Bournemouth & Poole College). We have created a page for general use and information to not only publicise our own [NIAP] awareness and fundraising Nepal earthquake disaster relief and recovery supporting events and work, but also those of other UK-Nepal arts and creative communities/collective initiatives in both countries, that are fundraising for disaster victims support and profiling specific arts-related activities and campaigns. Visit page
The first arts organisation that the NIAP is very pleased to be providing fundraising activity for is the Bikalpa Arts Centre (BAC), Pulchowk (Lalitpur, Kathmandu) that suffered major damage and destruction in the earthquake. You can learn more about the BAC by visiting their website.