VAST is going to celebrate its new year. With a working dinner at the eve of New Year, as our exhibition Dragon Mania is just on the second day of new year, we will be busy busy preparing for it….that … Continue reading ->
We usually have our annual VAST exhibition on the 17 December, which is also the National Day of Bhutan. This year being the important year and all, we couldnt have our exhibition on the 17 because most of us were … Continue reading ->
Her Majesty the Queen Ashi Tshering Yangdon Wangchuck graced us with an informal visit to our studio this afternoon. Her Majesty met with all the senior members, and offered words of encouragement. Her Majesty pointed out the general lack of … Continue reading ->
Today, 34 of us are leaving for Tsirang for our summer art camp. In Tsirang we will be joined by another 65 students. We will be back in Thimphu on the 14 July.
Tsirang, here we come… … Continue reading ->
Asha Kama is a member of the Bhutanese delegation to the Smithsonian Folk Life Festival in Washington DC. Here are some links to pictures of Asha Kama at the festival (thanks Li-Ping).
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Professor Mark Mancall from Stanford University always visits VAST with his students when he is leading trips to Bhutan. Some of the students visited VAST this afternoon while we were practicing some new games for the upcoming summer camp at … Continue reading ->
An afternoon filled with fun and laughter as Kueron taught us new games; games that we will be playing with the other participants at the summer camp in Tsirang starting from July 8. Kueron, a long time VAST member, teaches … Continue reading ->
On the 23rd of June, VAST was asked to judge an art competiton. The National Commission for Women and Children (NCWC) had organized a nation wide art competition among school children to mark the launch of the State of the … Continue reading ->
a special project managed by VAST members, and other volunteers
– Food aid, debt relief and establishment of Rice Bank in 2 villages of Kabji Gaywog in Punakha: Chorten Nibu and Punlingsum
According to the baseline survey conducted by village … Continue reading ->