King’s day, A special flea market where you can sell or buy new and second hand goods, books, clothes plus promote projects, show off your talents and participate in traditional Dutch games. 25 April, Summit Hotel, Kupondole, 9851023251, 9818233101, (01)5523444, (01)5521810
Up-cycling training, A workshop to teach volunteers how to present ‘upcycling’, a form of recycling that creatively turns waste into useful items, to teach school children. Open 25 individuals, 29 April, 9am to 11am, Clean up Nepal office, Minbhawan, 9841381046, [email protected]
Radiant Women, An exhibition of photographs by Natalie de Oliveira celebrating women fighting against trafficking.
Till 25 April, Manga Hitti, Patan Darbar Square, (01)5011221, [email protected]
Tattoo convention, The 5th International Nepal tattoo convention. Rs.200/day or Rs.500 for 3 days.
24 to 26 April, 10am to 8pm, Yak & Yeti Hotel, Darbar Marg, www.nepaltattooconvention.com
In retrospective, An exhibition of the works of Nepali draftsman, Birendra Pratap Singh, from 1971 to 2015.
Till 26 April, Nepal Art Council Gallery, Babar Mahal, (01)4218048, www.siddharthaartgallery.com
Pablo, A solo performance by Najir Husen, which tells the story of a man whose desire can never be fulfilled. Touched, grieved and frightened by his desire, Pablo loses his mind. 27 April, 2pm and 5.30pm, Mandala Theatre, (01)41268130, 9803247787, 9840071934
Tour de Lumbini, A four-day cycle rally to Lumbini. 1 to 5 May, 9841303867, [email protected]
Etched art, An exhibition of etchings by recipients of the Australian Himalayan Foundation Art Award Program 2014, Saurganga Darshandhari and Surendra Maharjan. Till 5 May, Siddhartha Art Gallery, Babar Mahal Revisited, (01)4218048, [email protected]
Objects in the Mirror, An exhibition of diverse media through which Kurchi Dasgupta tries to decipher her location as an anthropocene vis-a-vis failing states, war and economic inequality. Inauguration on 2 May at 5pm, exhibition till 9 May, 10am to 6.30pm, City Museum, Darbar Marg, 9808563570, [email protected]
Remembering the Lost sculptures, A series of photo-realistic paintings by artist Joy Lynn Davis documenting community response to the theft of stone sculptures from Kathmandu Valley, and research about the sites where the sculptures originated. Till 22 May, Nepal Art Council, Babar Mahal, (01)4220735, [email protected]
Women power, Nine Nepali artists get together for a group exhibition, Kedar Bhakta Mathema. Till 30 April, Newa Chen Art Gallery, Kulimha, Kobahal, Patan, (01)5533532, www.kalavoice.com
Root Down, A festival of urban culture with film screenings, live music, skateboarding and free workshops on breakdancing and djing. 12 to 16 May, Alliance française of Kathmandu, Tripureshwor, (01)4241163, [email protected]