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Buddhadharma : Summer 2019
HALEIGH ATWOOD 101 only demand is that the work be excellent. I feel really lucky to be a part of this.” “We focus on arts and education because I think there is a feeling in this family that these have lasting impacts on society. As a result, we get involved in projects that are directly related to Buddhism,” says Lipman. “Our main criteria is excellence, whether it’s an art exhibition or a postdoc student in Europe.” The foundation also offers a series of grants that target new professorships, research and postdoctoral fellowships, and Buddhist studies programs. Currently, the foundation is funding a program at The Courtauld Institute of Art for the conservation of Buddhist art in collaboration with the School of Oriental and African Studies in London. tsadra foundation A small, familyoperated nonprofit trust, Tsadra Foundation was founded by Tibetan Buddhist practitioners Eric Colombel and Anthony Chapman in 2000. At the time, their mission was to sup port those who were pursuing advanced Tibetan Buddhist study and practice by providing them with access to textual resources and materials. From the start, Tsadra enlisted advanced scholars and translators from around the world to embark on translation projects. Today, the foundation has published more than one hundred translations of Tibetan and Sanskrit texts into either English or French. “Right from the beginning, we have worked with the highest level of translators and practitioners,” says Marcus Perman, director of research. Per man joined Tsadra to help scholars and translators access materials,