On January 1, the first art exhibition festival opened in Lhasa. 10 themed events including the first exhibition of intangible cultural heritage, avant-garde repertoire, a thangka exhibition, and a creative market were presented at the Tibet Intangible Cultural Heritage Museum.
The event lasted for three days. The opening attracted many thangka artists, practitioners, creators of cultural and creative products and Internet celebrities.
According to reports, while satisfying people’s cultural consumption, the event also enhanced the level of popular culture consumption, further stimulated new enthusiasm for the development of cultural industries, and promoted the integrative development of Tibetan culture and tourism. It also contributed to the future of the cultural industry by exploring new models and experiences.