Contact Diamond Way Buddhism
The exhibition Space for Mind, Space for Art, running from May 28th to June 3rd 2012 in Lambeth, South London was organised by Diamond Way Buddhism, an established UK charity. Our aims are to provide access to authentic Buddhist meditation methods of the Karma Kagyu lineage and to promote and preserve Tibetan culture especially as it relates to the understanding and practise of traditional methods of working with mind.
Diamond Way Buddhism has previously organised several exhibitions of Tibetan Buddhist art. The longest running was a ten-day cultural programme of lectures, films, and exhibits under the title “Space for Mind” in London. Recently, as part of the Brighton Fringe festival 2012, the Brighton Buddhist centre ran an exhibition about the Art of Enlightenment, which was well received by the public.
If you would like to contact us about cooperating on future cultural events, please use the contact form at the bottom of this page.
Contact the Diamond Way Buddhism Foundation
The Space for Mind, Space for Art exhibition was generously supported by the Diamond Way Buddhism Foundation (Buddhismus Stiftung Diamantweg), which donated many precious statues and provided invaluable help and advice.
The goals of the foundation, a non-profit organisation headquartered in Germany, are preserving the timeless wisdom of the Karma Kagyu through establishing the conditions for its successful study and practice, and through supporting relevant projects of cultural significance. The Foundation has organised many high-level exhibitions of Buddhist art, including an exhibition in the European Parliament.
If you would like to help support these goals, you can contact the Foundation.
Contact Diamond Way Buddhism UK
Please submit any comments, questions or feedback about our events using the form below.