There’s always something exciting happening at the Museum of International Folk Art! Join us for our many programs listed below.

Demostration, Hands-on & Lecture
Workshop Demonstration Lectures and Talks

Demostration, Hands-on & Lecture

August 13, 2016
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Sand Mandala construction and community Sand Painting

His Imminence Khentul Rinpoche from the Drepung Loseling monastery visited MOIFA in 2015 to select and interpret objects from our Asian collection to install on the exhibit’s Tibetan Buddhist altar.

The Drepung Loseling monks who will be leading the program decided that an Amitabha Mandala and a Tara Puja will be most appropriate, based on the exhibit’s cross-cultural nature and wide-ranging ideas of blessings. The Amitabha mandala represents boundless light for healing and longevity; the Tara Puja will offer our community protection from harm, success, and guidance in personal development.

10am to 3PM- Amitabha Sand Mandala construction & viewing 10 AM to NOON and 1 Community Sand Painting for all ages (3 to 103)

1 to 4PM Community Sand Painting

2PM Tara Puja- Museum Auditorium

Saturday August 13, 2016 7:30pm The Monks will be performing at the James A. Little Theater.  Tickets available at  AMP Concerts

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