Since the first 150 Tibetan objects were displayed here in 1911, the Newark Museum has become a steward of one of the foremost holdings of both secular and religious Tibetan art in the world. Today the collection numbers over 5,500 objects that range from the eleventh to the twenty-first century and is the largest and most important repository for Tibetan art in the Americas.
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Funding for the Tibet Collection Celebration is provided by:
E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation
The Fannie & Morris Sklaw Foundation