Nippon cinema

Nippon cinema, A two-day Japanese film festival organised by the Embassy of Japan in association with Japanese Language Teachers’ Association of Nepal. 27 and 28 February, Tribhuvan Army Officer’s Club, Tundikhel, (01)4426680,

Indo-Nepal, A joint exhibition by Nepali artists from Banaras Hindu University. Till 18 February, 11am to 5pm, Siddhartha Art Gallery, Babar Mahal Revisited, (01)4218048,

Clean up, Talk by Rabi Karmacharya on the use of technology to maximise the impact and presentation of household waste management survey by Krisha Sthapit. 7 February, 11am onwards, Café & Shop Mitini, Lazimpath, 9843547288

10 minutes drama, An innovative concept giving an opportunity to theatre aficionados and people with no theatrical backgrounds to showcase their artistic potential. 22 to 28 February, Sarwanam Theater, Kalikasthan, (01)4011027,

Saturday Bazaar Local organic producers come together to host this weekend market. 7 February, 1 to 5pm, Maan Nam, Naxal, (01)4415613,

Curation 101, A workshop with Veerangana Solanki to discuss the role of a curator through dedicated material on exhibition design and documentation. 20 to 24 February, Siddhartha Arts Foundation, 984-9519933,

Sustainable art, An interactive session with artist Samar Singh Jodha on the topic of “Sustainability and Capacity-building through Art,” moderated by Kunda Dixit, Editor of Nepali Times. 6 February, 5.30pm, Himalayan Bank Auditorium, Kamaladi, 984-9519933

Journeying for art, Painting exhibition by a promising young artist-Dhwoj Gurung. Till 12 April, Park Gallery, Pulchowk, Lalitpur, (01)5522307,

Slam Finale, After two rounds of workshops and auditions, the top 20 poetry slammers compete in the final round of QC Awards – Youth Poetry Slam. Rs 50, 7 February, 12pm, Mandala Theatre, Anamanagar, (01)5536974,

Art market, A place to sell and buy paintings, prints, posters and design products, live gig by Herbal People. 7 February, 12 to 3pm, The Yellow House, Sanepa, (01)5006665,

Talk and Slideshow, A talk by Jan Banning, Dutch photographer, whose works have a socio-political focus: state power, consequences of war and injustice. His anthropological documentary portrait series Bureaucratics won a 2004 World Press Photo Award. Banning is currently working in Nepal as part of a series about communism. 10 February, 5 to 6.30 pm, Yala Maya Kendra, Patan Dhoka,,

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