Tibetan Calligraphic Arts with Mipham Namgyal Rinpoche

Saturday, September 29, 2012 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Calligraphy by Mipham Namgyal Rinpoche

Join us in celebrating the beauty of the Tibetan written word with world-renowned artist Mipham Namgyal Rinpoche. We will explore traditional and artistic styles of Tibetan calligraphy with a talk, exhibit, and demonstrationby Rinpoche and special guests, calligrapher Phuntsok Dhumkhang and library director Pema Bhum.

Highly regarded for his skill and creativity in Tibetan calligraphy, art, and design, Mipham Namgyal Rinpoche of Wamlung Dongak Chökorling Monastery in Kyekudo, Qinghai, devotes much of his time to promoting Tibetan culture and art around the world. Through his artwork and publications, he has raised funds to support the growth of Tibetan communities in his home region. Over the last decade, he established the Norling Library and the Wamlung Monastery Dharma Institute and made possible the restoration and renovation of the monastery and construction of monk dormitories, among other projects. A book of his calligraphy was recently published.

Artwork will be available for purchase.

See our Facebook page for pictures of Mipham Namgyal Rinpoche doing calligraphy for Trace.


Mipham Namgyal Rinpoche

Wamlung Dongak Chökorling Monastery

Highly-regarded for his skills and creativity in Tibetan calligraphy, art, and design, Mipham Namgyal Rinpoche of Wamlung Dongak Chökorling Monastery in Kyegudo, Qinghai, devotes much of his time to promoting Tibetan culture and art around the world. Through his artwork and publications, he has been able to raise funds to contribute to the support and growth of Tibetan communities in his home region. In the last decade, he established the Norling Library and the Wamlung Monastery Dharma Institute, and made it possible for the restoration and renovation of the monastery and construction of monk dormitories, among other projects. A book of his calligraphy was recently published.


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