A guide to organizations that support study and appreciation of Buddhist art and culture:
Himalayan / Asian Art and Culture — Associations • Societies

Arts Council of Mongolia
The mission of the Arts Council of Mongolia is to advocate and support the sustainable development of Mongolian arts and culture. Mongolia has an extremely rich culture, full of skilled and creative people. Mongolia's talented artists, performers, and writers produce work as unique to Mongolia as Mongolia's cultural heritage is to the world.

Art Knowledge News
Free Online E-zine updated daily. Sponsored by the non-profit Art Appreciation Foundation. Featuring art news, history, quotes, exhibitions, biographies and essays.

Related websites, articles from an art archive and a message board.

Asia Society, New York
The Asia Society is an international organization dedicated to strengthening relationships and deepening understanding among the peoples of Asia and the United States. Founded in 1956 by John D. Rockefeller 3rd, the Society reaches audiences around the world through its headquarters in New York and regional centers in Houston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Washington, DC, Hong Kong, Manila, Melbourne and Shanghai.

Mission is to serve all Asian American communities and to promote and strengthen cultural, educational, and commercial ties between Asia and North America.

Asian Studies WWW Virtual Library
11 years of continuous service to the online community, providing expert information services by and for the Asian study expert.

The Asiatic Society
Established on 15 January 1784, its founder Sir William Jones (1746-1794) began his work with a dream, that visualized a center for Asian studies including almost everything concerning man and nature within the geographical limits of the continent.

Global Art Info
Global art information directory of: Art Library Site, Educational Site, Art Museum Site and Art Organization Site Links.

The Great Stupa of Universal Compassion
Being built in Australia, this monument will be the same size and design as the Great Stupa of Gyantse (Gyantse Kumbum) in Tibet, thus making it the largest stupa in the western world.

Mechak Center for Contemporary Tibetan Art's
The Center's mission is to bring the work of Tibetan Contemporary Artists to a larger world audience, and to be a catalyst in the development and support of their art through exhibitions, cultural events, and publications.

Latest Mongolian news, events and Mongolian art -- includes photo galleries and art

National Institute for Asia and the Pacific, Internet Publications Bureau (IPB)
The Bureau facilitates, promotes and supports the School's professional uses of the Internet for scholarly communication, information storage/publishing, and online research.

Tibet Online — Alphabetical Listing of Tibet Support Groups
Broad listing of groups around the world who directly or indirectly are involved with Tibet. This list is alphabetized by official name of organization.

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