Annual Benefit Auction | Art of Freedom Award

Tibet House US Board of Directors
cordially invites you to a holiday reception

honoring
Deepak Chopra MD, FACP and Tenzing Rigdol
with

ART OF FREEDOM AWARD

Tuesday, November 12, 6 – 8pm at Tibet House US

A holiday reception with cocktails and Tibetan hors d’oeuvres

The Art of Freedom Award was created to honor individuals whose outstanding contributions reflect the efforts of Tibet House US’ mission to promote and preserve Tibet’s precious culture. Past honorees include Martin Scorsese, Philip Glass, Roy Lichtenstein, Laurie Anderson, Patti Smith, among others.

Tickets are $175 per person. CLICK HERE to purchase your tickets
SPACE IS LIMITED

For more information, please call 212.807.0563 or email [email protected].


BENEFIT AUCTION ON CHARITY BUZZ
NOVEMBER 12- DECEMBER 5
We will also be launching our online benefit auction at the reception. This auction will be a sure way to find unique gifts this holiday season while also supporting Tibet House US.

Place your bids from November 13th to December 5th on charitybuzz.com/tibethouse.


Deepak Chopra MD, FACP, founder of the Chopra Foundation and co-founder of the Chopra Center for Wellbeing and Jiyo.com is a world-renowned pioneer in integrative medicine and personal transformation. He serves as a Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Diego and is the author of over 86 books translated into over forty-three languages, including numerous New York Times bestsellers. Deepak has been long standing supporter and friend of Tibet House US.

Tenzing Rigdol is a contemporary Tibetan artist whose work ranges from painting, sculpture, drawing and collage, to digital, video-installation, performance art and site specific pieces. His paintings are the products of collective influences and interpretations of age-old traditions; they are influenced by philosophy; often capture the ongoing issues of human conflicts; and have strong political undertones – for him, politics is an unavoidable element in his art. Indeed in recent years Rigdol has become a focus for young Tibetan diaspora precisely because of the political nature of his art.