The Tibet Society of the University of Sussex is organizing a Tibetan art and culture exhibition, in partnership with Tibet Society London, as part of the Brighton Fringe from Sunday 26th to Wednesday 29th of May. The exhibition is a celebration of Tibetan culture, and explores just some of the personal and political implications of living in exile from an occupied country.
There will be free entrance to a mix of work from UK based Tibetan artist, Ugyen Choepell, art work by Tibetan children in exile from Dharamasala and Nepal (from NGO 'Art Refuge UK') and a photo exhibition of contemporary ceramic plates from 'Moving Universe' of words of solidarity with Tibet in 35 different languages.
In the evenings the event will offer a mix of films and documentaries with director Q&A's ('Little Tibet' and 'Escape from Tibet'), poetry, singing and talks.
Full information about all events can be found on the Tibet Society’s website: