Exhibition of artwork in all media and from all artistic traditions that will explore the values represented by the Tibetan people, including nonviolence in a world where other values are prevalent. For further information contact 213-627-7849.
Of Arts Downtown Los Angeles
Over 45 Tibetan sculptures in bronze, ivory and terracotta plus Tibetan Tan-ka paitings and wood block prints. For further information contact Dr. John Listopad at the Museum.
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
The following galleries wish to express their support for the Tibetan culture and will have literature about the Tibetan cause available at each gallery.
Robert Berman Gallery
Bergamot Station Art Center
Banner Arts will be sponsoring an open banner workshop led by master craftsman, John Dugger. Open to the public. For further information contact 415-512-7627 phone/fax or 800-4-ART BANNERS.
For further information contact Joshua Trileci at 213-730-1722.
City of Santa Monica endorses World Artists Human Rights months.
July and August
Tibetan Portrait and his exhibit Enduring Spirit. The Enduring Spirit exhibit is for a celebration, with Amnesty International, of the 50th anniversary of the signing of the declaration of human rights. Please call me if you have any questions.
Barry Singer Gallery
The Studio Gallery
Photography exhibition of Tibetan nuns in Dharamsala, India, exhibition of Tibetan masks, and paintings specifically created in response to the Tibetan plight. Also included will be an exhibit of deities used in meditation and a large selection of high-quality sacred art reproductions. For further information contact the gallery at 800-909-6161.
Display of Tibetan children’s art coordinated by Sarah Lucas. For further information contact Jennifer Demello at 213-385-0228.
603 South Rampart Blvd., #71
The 750 Gallery will be holding an exhibit of over 20 Sacramento and San Francisco Bay Area California artists. There will also be an educational exhibit and a series of poetry readings and lectures. The reception will be held July 11th, 6-9pm. Gallery hours: Friday-Sunday: 12-3pm. For information on the show and the specific events to be held in conjunction with the exhibition please contact Barbara Milman at BarDan@compuserve.com or call Gallery 750 at 916-446-7410.
Great Leap, Inc. one of the most respected Asian American performing art companies in the country, celebrates 20 years of art and community with a gala concert at 8pm. In the course of the concert, Great Leap will spotlight and educate their audience about the Tibetan cause. For further information contact Nobuko Miyamoto or Jennie Kuida at 310-264-6696.
Japan American Theatre
Art exhibit dedicated to the Tibetan cause. Participating Artists: John Baldesary, Bruria Finkel, Noa Purifoy, Wallace Berman, Carl Chew and others.
Santa Monica Museum Of Art
Monks of the Mystical Arts of
Tibet, Drepung Loseling Monastery will be creating a sand mandala
for world healing. From the artistic tradition of the Tibetan Buddhism,
this painting with colored sand ranks as one of the most unique and
exquisite in Tibetan art.
Slide presentation of “The Way Home: Tibetan Children in Exile” by Friends of Tibetan Women’s Association and a video preview of excerpts from “Tibet: Cry of the Snow Lion”. For further information contact Peggy Oki at 805-684-3573.
Great Pacific Ironworks
A collaboration between inner city kids and the exiled Tibetan community in Los Angeles and around the world. Building a dialogue through the Internet and transcribing these messages onto strips of cloth and hung at various Los Angeles locations.
Key Locations in Los Angeles,
Music from many nations and cultures, as well as, art work by a varied group of artists, celebrating our diversity. Opening reception July 12 from 3-6pm. For further information contact the museum.
Museum Of Cultural Diversity
Sacred performances from various traditions featuring the Drepung Loseling Monks.
For further details call 310-829-5436.
August 3 at 7pm
Group exhibition of works by local artists and video by Garthwait & Griffin for the International Campaign for Tibet. For further information contact Peggy Oki at 805-684-3573.
Karpeles Manuscript Library
Phil Borges Tibetan Portrait Tour exhibition.
The Studio Gallery
Lama Surya Das, a poet, translator, storyteller, activist, and full time spiritual teacher will lead this spiritual retreat with a special dedication to the Tibetan people. For further information call 408-667-3005.
An exhibit of original woodblock oil prints of Wang Bing, an artist of the Tibetan Highlands. The rice paper works depict scenes of the real and mythical realms of Tibet. This is Wang Bing’s first exhibit in the United States. For more information contact the gallery at 310-391-3883.
Marilyn Pink at TRI-ART