Nepal Children’s Art Museum (NCAM) will be the first of its kind; a creative space where children can learn, play, create and just be children. The project was developed by Blindmanche Studios as a multidimensional space with three main objectives: to provide hands-on art experience to children, encourage literacy through art, and empower youth in the community. The new museum will be constructed on a rooftop in Hattisar, Kathmandu across just 1200 square ft of space. The new design will include a two-rooms that will serve as exhibition spaces and learning areas with a mini library and a media corner for film screenings.
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