Roof Of The World: Voices And Images From Tibet

Students will look at images, listen to music, engage in written and spoken dialogue and attend lectures, workshops or exhibitions relevant to the course. Each participant will make a creative response to the material to be presented at the end of the session.

Evergreen State College
Olympia, WA
July 27 – August 29


Tibet Fest ’98

Exhibit and Auction of works by members and prospective members of the World Artist for Tibet. Competition for singers and dancers. Contact: Tsoltini N. (T.N.) Shakabpa, Chairman & Principal Organizer at 425-456-0825.

Tibetan Association Of Washington (“TAW”)
Seattle Center
Seattle, WA 98006
August 8 & 9


Miko: Riverflower

Butoh dance performance based on the subjugation and exile of shinto priestesses by Buddhist priest in Japan.

The Midnight Sun Gallery
Columbia Street
Olympia, WA
August 7 & 8 at 7pm


World Artists For Tibet At Whidbey Island

An exhibition dedicated to the plight of the Tibetan people featuring over 50 artists. Opening Reception will be held Saturday August 8 from 6-10pm. For more information call 360-321-8414

Bayview Studios
5603 South Bayview Road
Langley, WA 98260
August 8 – 16


Bell Ringing In The Empty Sky

Students show, perform, exhibit and speak their creative responses to study during Roof of the World class.

The Midnight Sun Gallery
Columbia Street
Olympia, WA
August 22 at 7pm


Kawa Kano (River Flower)

A Butoh performance by Laura Johnson, Anna Ford, Isabel Milenski and Doranne Crable honoring Tibetan nuns in exile and in prison.

Location TBA
August 23


The Roof Of The World: Voices And Images From Tibet

Presentation/ Exhibit/ Performance evening by students in summer program at Evergreen State College.

The Midnight Sun Gallery
Columbia Street
Olympia, WA
August 27 from 7–9pm


Flagging Prayers/Prayer Flags

KAGAMI Butoh and community people who wish to participate will walk for peace and plant prayer flags by the water from noon to sunset. Will also include a prayer circle and blessing. To be followed by an afternoon picnic. From the Midnight Sun Gallery to Priest Point Park.

August 30