Pema Rinzin, an Ellen Johnson visiting artist, will be speaking in Classroom I at 4:40 this Tuesday. He is a NYC based artist who specializes in Tibetan Tangka painting, which he studied and then taught in Dharamsala, India. He has shown work internationally in India, Japan, and Germany, among other places. More recently, he was an artist-in-residence at the Rubin Museum of Art. His talk at Oberlin will focus on what being an artist in a cross-cultural context is like. Hope to see you there.
Read up on Tangka art here.