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Tibet House Holland foundation, brought to light in 2010 thanks to an initiative of the Tibetan Artist Tashi Norbu and to the work and dedication of many, aims to:

  • raise awareness for the preservation and development of the Tibetan culture and identity
  • contribute to the development of Tibetan contemporary art
  • establish a cooperation with Tibetan contemporary artists living in Tibet
  • promote cooperation among several artists inspired by the Tibetan culture
  • organize exhibitions of Tibetan artists, possibly in combination with artists inspired by Tibet and coming from other countries
  • organize Tibetan cultural and/or Tibetan Buddhist events
  • organize, develop and carry out educational programs like Tibetan painting lessons, and workshops, both for artists and non artists, lectures on Tibetan art and culture
  • organize Tibetan language courses for Tibetans and non Tibetans
  • organize lectures and teachings on Tibetan Buddhism

To achieve the above mentioned aims, the Museum of Contemporary Tibetan Art is founded by Tashi Norbu and Marjanne Timmerman on 1st June 2017 in Emmen. The museum and its activities became the sole focus of Tibet House Holland. For more information please read the Museum’s policy plan or go to the website: https://www.mocta.org/.  









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Tashi painting