On December 17th, the traditional Tibetan Scroll Painting has gained media attention, as several scholars, artists and entrepreneurs from all over China gathered to celebrate the graduation of the first class of Traditional Scroll Painting at Sichuan Thangka Institute. This important event was held in Jinze, a town near Shanghai, China. Having a lot of well-known and renowned people interested in the event, was indeed a great success. The remarkable program offers new and important opportunities for young people at a disadvantage to find a vocation and expertise.

Thangka is a form of scroll painting originated around the 8th century from Buddhism in the Tibetan region. Every painting is the product of several years of intensive study and dedication, which makes this art unique in its genre. Come on and let’s join this significant event!