Tibetan Buddhism as Religion and Philosophy

March 19, 2019


Dr. Michael Baltutis introduces the basics of Tibetan Buddhism while accounting for some of the misconceptions that people in the West often have about Buddhism - namely that it is a "philosophy but not a religion."

Focusing on the rich visual culture of Buddhism in which the sand mandala participates, this lecture will provide an overview of the internal diversity within the many cultures that comprise the global Buddhist tradition.

Tibetan Buddhism as Religion and Philosophy

12:00 pm Tuesday, March 19

Paine Art Center and Gardens Carriage House
1408 Congress Ave., Oshkosh

Presented by Dr. Michael Baltutis, Associate Professor of Religion at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

This lecture is included with admission to Mystical Arts of Tibet.

Hours & Admission

Tuesday - Sunday
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
$9 Adults
$5 Youth (ages 5-17)

The Paine will feature special hours and admission during Mystical Arts of Tibet, March 17-24, 2019.

Paine Art Center and Gardens

1410 Algoma Blvd
Oshkosh, WI 54901

(920) 235-6903