An artist’s impression of his awe and marvel at Buddhist cosmology
ART Senses of Sights, a solo exhibition by Dorji Wangchuk, is a Buddhist artist’s worship for the almighty, and his wonderment at the Buddhist cosmology.
The exhibition, currently open … Continue reading ->
— By Britt Jensen
I have always thought that art, in all forms, has a unique ability to bridge cultural gaps that are not met through other forms of teaching and communicating. VAST’s watercolour outreach camp has confirmed my thoughts … Continue reading ->
Sporting a pair of brown trousers, a grey shirt and a matching grey pleat jacket over it, Karma Wangdi, popularly known as Asha Kama, sits on the balcony of the VAST building, sunning himself. His eyes have a gentle glow … Continue reading ->
The Art of Giving Night was a super success. VAST would like to thank everyone for making it a success. … Continue reading ->
I was just browsing through VAST website and saw the news and poster on the new place and since I could not help in making this new studio…I thought I will put down this feeling I am feeling…with the news … Continue reading ->
A very warm birthday wishes to the greatest person in this whole world Asha Karma.
Asha you deserve the best. Wishing you the best of the best.We love you … Continue reading ->
— Written by Saraswati
Five years ago, when he got on a Gary Fisher mountain bike for the first time at Kuenselphodrang in Thimphu, he fell. But he got up and tried again. With every fall, his passion to conquer … Continue reading ->
VAST wishes everyone a very Happy New Year. VAST has achieved so much in 2009 but yet has many things to achieve in this new year. VAST wants to thank all the donors who have sponsored the events planned by … Continue reading ->
He loves the brush and uses it to give life to the white canvass. Rajesh Gurung, 37, a co-founder of the Voluntary Artists’ Studio, Thimphu (VAST) is one of the popular artists in the country.
The self taught professional artist … Continue reading ->
-by Xochitl Rodriguez
and so…this one is by the children.
asked the kiddos at VAST to write about their favorite part of the last two days we spent together. They accompanied me to the workshop on Sunday. We … Continue reading ->