Photographs from De long en large Ladakh by Jean Mansion - Édition Findakly. Copyright Lise Mansion
David C. Andolfatto, archaeologist and vice-president of the association will speak at the Tibet Museum of Gruyères on Saturday 21 March 2020 on "Central-Himalayan masterpieces at the Tibet Museum"..
His intervention will be followed by songs, music and dances from Tibet by Tshering Wangdu.
Ground Control as part of their cycle on shamanism has just put online the discussion on medicinal plants with Jeremy Narby, David Dupuis, Vincent Ravalec, Priscilla Telmon, Vincent Moon and Modéré by Maylis Haegel.
Adrien Viel, vice-president of the association, will speak on Tuesday 25 February 2020 at 18H00 at the Grand Salon de la Maison de l'Asie, 22 avenue du Président Wilson, 75016 PARIS, on the theme "The Asian House":
The Ancestors of the Underworld: Myths and Beliefs of the Chepang of Nepal
Hoping for many of you for this event.
Following our last evening on the Roof of the World on the questions posed by the collections of the Musée du quai Branly-Jacques Chirac In January 2020, Nathalie Lamoureux, journalist at Le Point and member of the association's committee, wrote a paper on the subject for le magazine.
A collector of Himalayan art has exhumed beautiful specimens from the catalogue of the musée du quai Branly-Jacques Chirac.
By Nathalie Lamoureux - read the article
A second evening on this theme is scheduled. Others are under consideration.
Next Friday at Porto Burci in vicenza, opens the exhibition
Grokch, esorcisti himalayani d'Emanuele Confortin.
A selection of 25 photos in black and white to know a tradition with great charm. Event organized by Zeppelin Viaggi in collaboration with cai vicenza and Montura.
Pour ces 25 ans, l'association Keta Kéti Népal vous donne rendez-vous le 14 et le 15 mars 2020 au Parc Expo de Mulhouse.
Au programme :
• Humanitarian Associations
• Films & Conferences
• Animations & workshops
• Catering - Infos Trek
• Photo exhibition - Artisanat
Sand Mandala - Zen Garden. An edition sponsored by Bernard Muller.