The hidden myth of the deity, their deeper symbolism and its function in Tibetan Buddhist practice.
Come and learn how to draw the beautiful Manjushri (Tib.: Jampel-yang), according to the Tibetan Buddhist tradition or thangka (scroll paintings)
This is a unique opportunity to attend a guided tour of the Rubin Museum of Art and get a a closer look at the Rubin’s collection and explore it's Buddhist context close-up.
All Buddhist art is considered by practitioners as “ten.pa”, which translates to ‘objects of support’. “Ten” meaning support and “pa” object. The question is: how do they support us exactly. This lecture series will shed light onto the sacred art of Tibetan Buddhism and, ultimately, the nature of our true existence.