Lama Tashi Norbu, a Tibetan Buddhist Monk and artist, embodies a unique fusion of tradition and modernity. Tashi served as a Thangka Painter under His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama’s residence. He was recognized for his gifts and sent to the west to study contemporary art evolving then into a contemporary Tibetan artist who skillfully integrates traditional and modern elements to create art in support of his culture. His paintings, rich in magical tales and vibrant imagery, offer insights into Tibetan Buddhism’s living qualities.

Tashi’s life is a profound commitment to alleviate the sufferings of all sentient beings, rooted in the teachings of Buddha. He actively advocates for the preservation of Tibetan art and culture. He is the Founder and Creative Director of the only registered Tibetan Museum in the world, the Museum of Contemporary Tibetan Art based in the Netherlands. His global activities and support for women’s rights in Tibet highlight his dedication to compassion and service.

Lama Tashi is joined by Jordan Loder on harmonium, vocals, and percussion.


Upcoming Programs

Yoga Vacation Program
December 21, 2024 — January 2, 2025
Swami Swaroopananda, Snatam Kaur and Sopurkh Singh, James Twyman, Daniel Matt, Lama Tashi Norbu, Imam Jamal Rahman, Acharya Mangalananda, Jose Stevens, and Lena Stevens

During this special time of year we invite you to join us in celebrating wisdom, love, compassion, and the transcendence of artificial barriers.


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