|Aug. 29, 2016 -- Recently, Tibet Museum will hold various kinds of exhibitions including calligraphy, print, graffiti and statue to welcome the upcoming 3rd China Tibet Tourism and Culture Expo and Shoton Festival. In addition, people from all walks of life will also be invited to watch these exhibitions.
From mid-August to October, exhibitions such as Gemang·Jiagnbai Tibetan Calligraphy Art Exhibition, Zhang Weiyuan Tibetan Black and White Print Art Exhibition, Graffiti Exhibition and Tsega Gold Bronze Statue Exhibition will be held in Tibet Museum.
Tamdrin, deputy curator of Tibet Museum, says, “Different forms of exhibitions can attract different groups of people to come to Tibet Museum to have a visit, letting Tibet Museum go into people’s daily life. At the same time, it is the summer vacation now. Graffiti Exhibition can attract teenagers for its relax and lively form. This kind of exhibition may let teenagers walking into the museum become the norm.”