Bhutan Art Exhibition
For the artists in the exhibit, the Kingdom of the Thunder Dragon is a great source of inspiration. After all, Bhutan evokes a land where myths and legends come alive--a place where one can find the true essence of peace and happiness. The country's picturesque sights spark the artists' creativity, enabling them to produce beautiful works of art that uplift the hearts of the beholder.

Date: 12-17 April 2014
Time: 11:00 AM-7:00 PM
Venue: Sculpture Square (CHAPEL GALLERY)
History of Bhutan - Book Launch
The History of Bhutan is a groundbreaking work, the first-ever to chronicle the entire history of the kingdom in English. Combining traditional perspectives and modern academic analysis, the volume is an account of Bhutan's rich history and includes comprehensive discussions about the land's geography, culture and society.

Written by Dr. Karma Phuntsho, a Bhutanese scholar, social worker and founder of the Loden Foundation, the book is a comprehensive introduction to Bhutan.

DATE: 12th April 2014 (Saturday)
VENUE: Sculpture Square
TIME: 2.00 to 4.30pm

The author will be on site to give a presentation of the book. You will also have an opportunity to purchase an autographed copy of the book and get a copy at a special price.
Conservation & Happiness
Forgotten Treasures - Film Screening
This is a journey where tradition blends with modernity, a fascinating story of an ancient world grappling with change.
The film shows how experts use new techniques to strengthen age-old structures and carefully reveal paintings on walls that have been hidden by centuries of soot and grime.

Date: 13th April 2014
Time: 02:00 - 4:30 PM
Venue: Sculpture Square (CHAPEL GALLERY)
Exhibition is free and open to the public