Workshops

ONLINE ART Challenge in Corona virus Era


WORKSHOP/TUTORIAL by TASHI NORBU - Venerable Karma Choeying Tashi 

The renown Tibetan Artist and recently a Monk as well, is giving a live online workshop on how to make a Buddha amidst a beautiful landscape or amidst a Tibetan Calligraphy. Techniques used are based on traditional and contemporary Tibetan art. 
During the session the deeper meaning of Buddhist art and details of the figure are explained. Interactions and Tibetan Buddhist rituals are practiced during the art session, such as is traditionally done in Tibetan monasteries whilst creating murals or statues.

Sunday 17th May

Workshop lasts up to 2 hours (without break)

Clock in live at

10:00 – 12:00 San Fransisco Time  
13:00 – 15:00 New York Time  
19:00 – 21:00 Amsterdam Time 

You can fit at the above hours of our workshop, made to cover different times of our participants and their locations across the world.
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This Workshop is applied to all, beginners as well as experienced painters. Ven Tashi will be using his Art talents and will motivate you to paint a Buddha, bringing peace in your mind, making you feel the confidence and victory of creating! 

Prepare yourself for this painting experience, guided by the valuable instructions of one of the most popular Tibetan Artists in the West.   


WORKSHOP/TUTORIAL – How to paint a Tara - by TASHI NORBU - Venerable Karma Choeying Tashi 

Saturday 23rd May

The renowned Tibetan Artist and recently a Monk (named Karma Choeying Tashi) well, is giving a live online workshop on how to make a Tara amidst a beautiful mountainous landscape. Techniques used are based on traditional and contemporary Tibetan art.

WHAT TO HAVE:

* Take a thick drawing paper and coloured pencils, eraser, ruler.

* Or Canvas 50x50 cm., easel or your paint on the table, set of acrylic paints, 3 flat brushes, few lining brushes for black ink or black paint, eraser, pencil, ruler, cloth to clean brushes while painting, a bowl of water.

DURATION: 2 hours

LOCATION: Your own workplace/home – check your time to clock in on https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html?iso=20200523T080000&p1=1301&p2=176&p3=248

From 10:00 – 12:00 Amsterdam Time / 13:30 – 15:30 New Delhi Time / 17:00 – 19:00 Tokyo Time

This Workshop is applied to all, beginners as well as experienced painters. Ven Tashi will be using his Art talents and will motivate you to paint the Tara. She is the Tara, the Madonna of Rafael, yet the Primavera of Sandro Botticelli. They all act as the bridge between the world of matter and the world of spirit and all show that enlightenment is possible for us all and that all are capable of healing the world through their compassion.

Ven Tashi paints the significance of her name and personal symbols and all those qualities associated with the 'feminine' as well as the significance of Tara's vow, to work for the benefit of sentient beings in the form of a woman. She is the archetype of our inner self, presented naked to the waist, with a lower piece of garment only flowing to her hips, because she is unconditioned by discursive thoughts. Her pure compassion for our suffering, is thought to be greater even than a mother’s love for her child. She rose from a lotus blooming, in the lake that formed from the first tear of compassion of great bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara.

She is full of life force energy and beauty, bringing the air of freshness into the skies and lands, whispering moral values into the Cosmos and protecting from danger and fear. A magnificent attempt of the Artist to remind us to cultivate a compassionate heart thus becoming able to transform consciousness during our own personal journey to freedom!

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There is a symbolic payment and a cultural meaning in the fee of this workshop €25,- (USD $ 27) during these crucial times for all, for supporting our Museum of Contemporary Tibetan Art, thus preserving and expanding the Tibetan Art and Culture worldwide.
 

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