Skip to Content - Skip to Navigation

IUP Home | A–Z Index | Apply Now | Support IUP | News and Events | Find People |

Mystical Arts of Tibet

Mystical Arts of TibetDuring the week of October 19, ten Tibetan monks will visit IUP to create a sand mandala (a geometric pattern constructed of millions of grains of colored sand); make a butter sculpture; give several performances of Tibetan music, chanting, and dancing; and present several lectures on Tibetan Buddhism.

Please join professor Stuart Chandler in welcoming the monks and learn about the cultural significance of the week’s events.

Cosponsored by the Department of Religious Studies, Asian Studies Committee, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, IUP Student Cooperative, Committee for the Study of Culture and Religion, Asian Studies Club, Center for Multicultural Student Leadership and Engagement, Robert E. Cook Honors College, Office of International Education, Office of Social Equity, IUP Punxsutawney Campus, Kipp Seelhorst Memorial Fund, Departments of Philosophy, English, Geography and Regional Planning, Sociology, Economics, History, Political Science, and Anthropology.

For more information, e-mail