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SINGAPORE – Thangka Weekend Course, Jan. 5-7, 2018

Offering Goddesses

In this weekend course you will learn how to drawOffering Goddesses according to the Tibetan tradition, and learn all about the offerings they are connected to.

Offering Goddesses
Strongly connected to the offerings are the Offering Goddesses, or Dakinis, beautiful female deities playing an instrument, or holding flowers or perfume for example.

Drawing these enlightened images is a meditation in itself and creates inner peace and joy.

This weekend is suitable for beginners and advanced. It is not necessary to have drawing experience.
Beginners will first draw a Buddha Face before moving on to the subject.

Carmen Mensink will guide students through the cultural/historical context of thangkas and symbolism within Tibetan-Buddhist art through the combination of art, slide shows and meditations. She also offers a lot of individual guidance this weekend.

More Info, Schedule & Registration

Schedule & Course fee
Friday evening Jan. 5:
20.00-21.30 Introduction with Lecture on the subject
Saturday Jan. 6: 10.00-18.00 Drawing sessions with an hour lunch break
Sunday Jan. 7:
10.00-17.00 Drawing sessions with an hour lunch break

Course fee
S$165 for Buddhist Library Members, S$200 for non-members

Paper will be provided and the use of drawing materials (pencil, ruler, eraser) is included as well.

In addition to this you may want to bring your own drawing materials and a good quality colored pencils (such as Prismacolor Premier, Caran d’Ache Luminance or Faber Castell Polychromos)


The Buddhist Library
No. 2, Lorong 24A Geylang Road
Singapore 398526

Website: The Buddhist Library

Please register a.s.a.p. with The Buddhist Library to be sure of your place
Contact Koon Teck via (+65) 6746-8435 (Tues-Sat: 12:00 noon – 9:00pm / Sun: 10:00am – 9:00pm / closed on Mondays) or fill in the form: