A Grand Show For Art & Culture “International Conference For An Accessible Mind” is being organized by ACCAC (Accessible Arts and Culture Association) Nepal from 11th December to 14th December at Hotel Yak & Yeti, Kings Way, Kathmandu, Nepal. Artists from different countries are performing live in the event, whereas participation from more than 15 countries is already confirmed. According to Mr. Sushil Phuyal, President of ACCAC Nepal, the event is being organized in association with ACCAC Global, ACCAC Global Growth Centre: ACCAC Finland, ACCAC Korea, ACCAC Morocco, ACCAC Egypt.

Accessible Arts and Culture Association (ACCAC) was founded in 2011 to carry out international performance and training exchanges, and to actively build a network around accessibility. ACCAC movement was established by the co-founder of ACCAC Global, Kirsi Mustalahti.

The conference marks the one year anniversary of ACCAC Nepal. ACCAC Nepal is organizing the first of the events of this kind in Nepal. The conference will focus on diversity and social inclusion. After working with different individual and social partners at local level for an year, this conference is an attempt of ACCAC Nepal to create a platform for international arts and culture exchange.

Highlights of the event

ACCAC Nepal is organizing an international conference and cultural exchange program on 12th-13th December, 2018.

  • Participation from 15+ countries
  • International Delegates
  • Two day event with accommodation facility¬†for its participants.
  • Special performances from Nepali Artists
  • Participation of 500 guests (from national and¬†international level)
  • Performances by national and international¬†artists.

For more information please visit: www.nepal.accac.global

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