Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Tibetan Dolls

The Loseling Dolls and Traditional Costumes of the Tibetan World
Visual Arts Gallery, Emory University - 700 Peavine Creek Drive, Atlanta, GA 30322

This week Emory University in Atlanta has a collection of Tibetan dolls on display that were created by the master dollmakers of Drepung Loseling Monastery. They depict scenes of life in Tibet and various regional costumes, and are part of the ongoing attempt to keep the culture of Tibet alive. Of course, they are much more interesting in person than as captured on my poor quality camera phone.

The exhibit runs through Saturday the 25th and is part of Tibet week at Emory.









5 comments:

tut-tut said...

Did you get over to Decatur, home of Agnes Scott College?

I'm more and more drawn to Buddhism and meditation, I must say.

Lainie Petersen said...

Great doll photographs. Thanks!

Lynn said...

they're awesome! i remembered those dolls dressed in our national costume all of a sudden that i saw in this museum during my younger years. :)

Ragtree said...

They are beautiful. I would have LOVED to have seen that!

Renee :)

DineometerDeb said...

Tut I have been to Decatur before but I don't know for what. Who is Agnes Scott?

Greetings Lainie and Lynn!

Sorry Ragtree, I should have invited you to go with ; )