The Development of Modern Art in Tibet

When 18 Jul 2020 - 10 Oct 2020
Where W.Ming Art
200 East 94th Street
New York, NY 10128
United States

This summer, W.Ming will open an online PEMA lecture series: The Development of Modern Art in Tibet, led by Dr. Tsewang Tashi, curator, professor and PhD advisor at the Fine Art College of Tibet University. This lecture series has 7 classes in total, and each class will be held via Zoom on every other Saturday morning from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. (Eastern Standard Time). It will shed light on the development of Tibetan art for more than half a century from the macro and micro perspectives.

On July 18th, 2020, the FIRST lecture – The Development of Modern Art in Tibet: Introduction – will be live on Zoom. This will be a FREE OPEN CLASS for everyone who loves or is interested in Tibetan art and art history. Please join us!

Zoom Room ID: 965 9051 8773
Password: wmingart

For the lectures 2 to 7, there will be a charge of $25 per class. Students can have a 20% discount. If you are interested in our PEMA Lecture Series, please register on our Eventbrite, If you are a student, please use your student email address to send messages to to get the discount code. Once you register for the lecture, teaching assistant will send the Zoom access code to you.

Register PEMA Lecture Series on Eventbrite page:
Lecture 1:
Lecture 2-7:

About Dr. Tsewang Tashi:
Tsewang Tashi was born in Lhasa, Tibet, in 1963. He is an artist, a professor and PhD advisor at the Fine Art Collage of Tibet University and a curator. He received the Bachelor of Fine Art from Minzu University of China in 1984 and later earned a master’s degree from Oslo National Academy of the Arts in 2002 and a PhD from Norwegian University of Science and Technology in 2014.

Tsewang Tashi conducts research mainly in the theory, history and creation of modern and contemporary art and art education. He has published the book Modernism in Tibetan Arts: The Creative Journey of Four Artists. He is one of the founders of Gedun Choephel Artists’ Guild, Deputy Chairman of Tibet Oil Painting Association, Deputy Chairman of Lhasa Artists Association and a member of the Committee of Tangka Art Exposition.

Tsewang Tashi’s work has been included in many books, including The Museum on the Roof of the World: Art, Politics and the Representation of Tibet (Clare E. Harris, 2012, University of Chicago Press), The Condition of contemporary Oil Painting in China (Leng Lin, Zhao Li, 1993, Beijing, Jinri China Press), periodicals and medias, including The New York Times, Orientations, ArtAsia Pacific, CCTV, among others.

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Image courtesy of the event organizer.