Our Museum is following his Holiness 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet principle commitments in life one of which is to encouraging harmony among the world’s religious traditions. Despite philosophical differences between them, all major world religions have the same potential to create good human beings. It is therefore important for all religious traditions to respect one another and recognise the value of their respective traditions.
Our Museum of Contemporary Tibetan Art at an epic event in CBK art spacies in Rensenpark, collaborating with Janning Museum.
On Sat. 29 July the opening ceremony was performed in a circle, by Artists of Museum of Contemporary Tibetan Art who gave meditation to the audience under the beautiful sounds of the Tibetan Singing Bawls which they were playing.
They opened this way, the Gala Exhibition of the Museum Janning in the CBK Art spaces. Their exhibition named HIDDEN MYSTIC talks about treasures of Christianity from the past, never shown to the public before.
Museum of Contemporary Tibetan Art, Artist Lama Tashi Norbu created a Traditional Mandala on 5-6 Aug., which will remain until 10 Sept., and will be then destroyed, showing in this symbolic way, the impermanence of all in life!
“Museum Janning” received its name by its Founder Janning a Pastor of the Christianity and a great Painter.
What a story, similar to Museum of Contemporary Tibetan Art where its founder Lama Tashi Norbu is a monk of Buddhism and an Artist too.