Art & Material Culture
ENGAGING DIGITAL TIBET
Engaging Digital Tibet is a project created by the Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning, working together with Professor Gray Tuttle, to enhance the teaching and learning of Tibetan material history. The site contains an advanced, searchable repository of Tibetan objects, as well as unique features for creating and sharing descriptive annotations about the objects and their significant parts, allowing for a collaborative decoding and description of Tibetan culture itself.
Online educational resource with over 25,000 images of Tibetan tankas from collections worldwide, searchable by image, data, and lineage, as well as links to other Tibetan art sites. Articles by Tulku Thondup, Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, Peter Della Santina, David Jackson and Moke Mokotoff supplement the images. Maintained by the Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation in collaboration with Tibetan Buddhist Resource Center and Wisdom Publications. An excellent online resource for traditional Tibetan art.
The Huntington Archive
John C. and Susan L. Huntington online photographic archive of Buddhist and Asian art, including more than 30,000 images.
This web site brings an innovative experience to use interactive web technologies and elegant design to experience art and understand its role in expressing the human experience.
Exploring the Mandala
Anything related the Mandala, including many online resouces
Rubin Museum of Art
Interactive site to explore thangka and other artistic images by theme, time, and place. An excellent online resource for traditional Tibetan art.
Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art
Built in 1945, the museum building is the earliest Himalayan style architecture in the United States.
Newark Museum, Tibetan Collection Exhibitions
Newark Museum, Tibetan Collection Exhibitions.
The State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia
The State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia.