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Since 1st June 2017, the Museum of Contemporary Tibetan Art in Emmen, Holland, is open to the public. Showing, displaying, preserving, and promoting the Artistic, Cultural and Historical matters of Tibetan Art, coming from the roof of the world, to embrace the West. Tashi Norbu’s, Marjanne Timmerman's and Team’s aim, this Museum to be the cradle of Tibetan Contemporary Art; and this is everyone’s Museum with a continuing activity, projects and displays. Preparations are still going to achieve the best for the
Inauguration Day held
On Sunday, 23rd July 2017, at 14:00 hrs.
Letter to All our Museum Friends
Some time ago, we greeted and welcome you in our Museum of Contemporary Tibetan Art in the Creative People's Park in Emmen. You expressed your interest about the present and future activities in the Museum, and we are now happy to forward to you an overview of the workshops that are due in the following two months in the Museum. We also encourage those Museum friends who have indicated their interest to a workshop, not to wait too long for their task!
Tashi Norbu, and Marjanne Timmerman
Basics of Tibetan painting and Sculpture techniques.
Under the guidance of Tashi Norbu
Please email to us for your enrollment or any questions Tibetanfirstname.lastname@example.org.
22nd July, or 19th August, or 26th August.
HOURS 12:30 – 05:30
Workshop scheduled for the 22nd July is almost fully booked (please ask us) or you may apply for the workshop of 19th August.
The 22nd July and 26th August workshops are dedicated on how to paint a Buddha and a Mandala, technique based on the Traditional and Contemporary Tibetan Art.
The 19th August Workshop is dedicated on the Art of Sculpture. You will be taught how to create a small Buddha sculpture.
VENUE: Museum of Contemporary Tibetan Art
Paviljoen Hoofdstraat 16, 7811 AE Emmen, The Netherlands
There is a donation fee of 55 Euros for each (5 hours du
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1) workshops Tibetan Classical art as Thangka painting.
2. Live Painting Performance of Tashi Norbu
Tashi Norbu will perform live painting, accompanied by Tibetan Monks singers. Traditional Buddhist chanting in rhythm with musical instruments. A live painting performance, radiating to the viewers and audience, peace and beauty not only through the Artist’s creation, but through the chanting and the soothing sounds too. Held twice a week, it will also be live, to all means of media.
3. The Sculpture Gallery and Studio
Tashi Norbu’s inspiration for the Art of Sculpture. It will be housed in an appropriate elegant room with light and colour, which will also be Artist’s laboratory studio for this purpose. This will be a permanent collection, particularly rich in Buddha’s sculptures of life size, created from metal, wood, clay, as well as used or reclaimed materials; an aim to send to the viewers messages of environmental awareness, as well as issues and concerns about the planet, highlighting the Artist’s oeuvre and philosophy.
4. Contemporary Tibetan Art Gallery
A Gallery space dedicated to house brilliant Contemporary Tibetan Artworks for the general public to view.
This will also be permanent collection curated by Tashi Norbu and Tenzin Rigdol.
5. Art Workshops Classes and Retreats
A weekend Workshops. Intensive classes on how to follow the drawing techniques, in order to paint and create Buddhist motifs and Buddha portraits. Giving skills, to create dynamic pieces of Art, using mixed media on canvas, such as Collage or Paper cuts; tutored workshops freed from too many rules, welcoming beginners, intermediate and advanced Artists; expressionist as well as realistic paintings of Buddhist subjects.
6. Tibetan Film Festival
Annually, we would like to host a weeklong film festival that would host culturally rich and brilliant films.