Sabita Dangol, a visual artist based in Kathmandu, Nepal has earned an MFA degree in painting from the Central Department of Fine Arts, Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu in 2013. She is the recipient of Araniko Youth Art Award’ Youth Service Fund, ‘Best Nature Artist’ award during Art for Nature 4th International Art Workshop & Exhibition organized by RFWV (Relief Fund for Wildlife victim),WWF & Art Club, ‘Special Fine Art Award’ during the National Exhibition of Fine Arts by Nepal Academy of Fine Art, Awarded from Camlin Art Foundation in Kolkata India, ‘Kumari Honors of Fine Art’ by Kumari Publication and JCI. First prize in ‘creative week’ Tri-Chandra College & Second prize in by NFSU, Lalitkala Campus.
She has done five solo exhibitions in her credit. ‘Embraces’ at Image Ark in 2019, ‘Interconnected Affection’ at GG Machaan in 2018, ‘Solemn Odyssey’ at The Taragaon Museum in 2016, ‘…of life that does not freeze’ at Patan Museum, Lalitpur in 2013, ‘Insight of Foliate’ at Nepal Art Council Gallery, Kathmandu in 2012. Her painting was selected to exhibit in the prestigious ’18th Asian Art Biennale’ at Shilpakala Academy, Dhaka Bangladesh and ‘India Art Fair 2018’ (IAF) held in New Delhi from 9-12 February 2018 representing Nepali Artist from Nepal art Council, Kathmandu. She was selected and had a residency art project in AIR_MCUBE hosted by Gallery M CUBE, Lalitpur in 2014, and ‘Artist Residency Program’ at Bindu, space for artists’, Lalitpur in 2012. She has been taken part in several group art exhibitions including National and International since 2007. She has been Affianced in various performance art shows including organized by Bindu, space for artists’ in 2013/14/15/16, Kolkota International Performance Art Festival (KIPAF) in India in 2013/17, ‘Women identity, transformation and power’ by Asmita & LASANAA in 2013. She has been participated in art workshops like; Botanical Art Workshop by Park Gallery, NCELL Kalajatra by Kathmandu Contemporary Art Center (KCAC), Graphic design workshop by Kathmandu University, Virginia Commonwealth University Qatar and Lasanaa, CRACK International Art Camp in Bangladesh, ‘Techne Kala: enriching art practices through research’ by Lasanaa.
She has visited and participated in various art exhibitions, workshops and camps nationally and Internationally.