Film | Bringing Tibet Home
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FREE | A Lens toward Tibet: Bringing Tibet Home | Aug. 10 | Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Auditorium in Kansas City, MO
Director Tenzin Tsetan Choklay’s 2013 documentary, Bringing Tibet Home, tells the story of Tibetan artist and activist Tenzing Rigdol’s 2011 installation, Our Land, Our People. Rigdol’s work, comprised of 20,000 kilograms of Tibetan soil smuggled out of China, allowed exiled Tibetans to once again step foot on their land. Not Rated. 82 minutes.
Offered in connection with the exhibition Teachers of Enlightenment: Traditions of Tibetan Buddhism.
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