Join students and faculty from the History of Religions at UTM in this immersive hands-on workshop to learn about some of the techniques associated with making religious material objects in Tibetan Buddhist contexts. In this workshop, led by trained traditional artist Urgyen Gyalpo, we will have a chance to encounter and experiment with some of the forms of Tibetan Buddhist religious arts: thangka paintings and their preparation, sand mandalas, and torma (offering cakes), learning through doing under the guidance of trained artist Urgyen Gyalpo.
January 22, 2019
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
University of Toronto, Mississauga – IB 220
3359 Mississauga Rd
For more information please write to firstname.lastname@example.org
For more about the artist Urgyen Gyalpo see: http://ugyalpo.wordpress.com
With support from the Robert H.N. Ho Centre for Buddhist Studies at the University of Toronto
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Featured image: Photo courtesy of the Robert H.N. Ho Centre for Buddhist Studies at the University of Toronto