These events are organized by our community partners and many take place off-campus. If you are hosting an event related to the Himalaya Region or Himalayan Community and you would like us to advertise it here, please send us an email at email@example.com with all relevant information.
27th Mar 2017 6:00:pm
Colleagues from UBC Midwifery invite Himalaya Program members to join this event about respectful maternal health care in Nepal, Uganda and Haiti.21st Oct 2016 8:30:am
The 4th annual Heart-Mind conference, hosted by the Dalai Lama Center for Peace and Education, features some of the leading minds in child development, education and mental health addressing the Dalai Lama's question, "How can we educate the hearts of children?"20th Oct 2016 6:30:pm
Join Todd Caldecott, author of Food As Medicine, for a fascinating lecture on the venerable Vajracharya medical tradition of Kathmandu.15th Oct 2016 6:00:pm
The NCSBC invites the Himalaya Program community to celebrate the Nepali harvest festival of Dashain, 2073.15th Sep 2016 4:00:pm
Inspired by Buddhist philosophy, Kalsang Dawa uses, and teaches art for healing and self-awareness. In this talk, he will present his recent contemporary art works. This event its open to all, and free. No registration required.
Picturing High Places in the Anthropocene: Continuity and Change in High Mountains and the Arctic
with Graham McDowell, PhD Candidate, Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability, UBC
12th Sep 2016 5:00:pm
Our colleagues at the Liu Institute for Global Issues invite you to a photography exhibition by Graham McDowell, Liu Scholar and a member of the Himalayan Program Network.2nd Sep 2016 4:00:pm
This multimedia project, performed as part of the Richmond Multicultural Festival, weaves together live music, dance, fractal light projection, and performative painting to explore the five elements and their power to reunite our bodies with our souls.27th Aug 2016 10:00:am
On August 27th, join in a celebration of Tibetan music, dance, food, arts, and more, at the beautiful VanDusen Botanical Garden. All proceeds will go toward the Tibetan Resettlement Project, a humanitarian initiative to resettle 1,000 Tibetan refugees in Canada. This event is hosted by the Tibetan Cultural Society of BC.