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2015 Fest Deals


Details of Festival Package Deals for concerts and workshops

“4 x Workshop Package Deal $85*.
 The Workshop package includes: 1x Painting workshop / 1x Dumplings workshop / 1x Chakra healing workshop / 1x Calligraphy workshop

Evening Session Package Deal $85*. This package includes: 1x Film: Compassion in Exile / 1x Tibet My Story: In Conversation with Ama Jetsun Pema / 1x Beyond Optimism / 1x Mystical Tibet Concert.

Festival Package Deal $160*. This exciting package combines the 4 X Workshop Package Deal and the Evening Session Package Deal.

*An additional $6 fee applies to each Package booking transaction.”

Please call the Brisbane Powerhouse
box office on (07) 3358 8600

Special Event In Melbourne following Festival of Tibet
Folks in Melbourne a very special event for you all. For the first time Ama Jetsun Pema, Meshel Laurie and Kerry Armstrong will be sharing the stage together.  Titled Women with Wisdom, the evening will be one of inspirational conversation along with music provided by Tenzin Choegyal and Tarella strings. Click the flyer below for Tickets.


Jetsun Pema’s biography is extensive, listed here are just a few highlights of her life well lived!
In 1990, Jetsun Pema was elected to Central Tibetan Administration and is the first Tibetan Woman Minister elected to Tibetan Parliament in exile. In 1995 The Assembly of Tibetan People’s Deputies, awarded her the title, ‘Mother of Tibet’, in recognition of her dedication and service to the Tibetan children.
Jetsun Pema published her autobiography ‘Tibet: My Story’ in 1996, in 1997 she portrayed her real – life mother in the film ‘Seven Years in Tibet’.  In 1999 Jetsun Pema received the UNESCO award. Known and loved around the world, Ama la travels and speaks widely about her people in exile and her work for Tibetan Children.

Meshel Laurie is a stand-up comedian of some 20 years’ experience, a radio and television broadcaster and writer.
She is currently co-host of Nova’s breakfast show in Melbourne with Tommy Little, broadcasting weekdays on the Nova Network from 6-9am.  She is a regular panelist on TEN’s The Project.  Other television credits include Spicks and Specks, Can of Worms, Rove, The Circle, ADBC, Adam Hills: In Gordon Street Tonight and This Week Live to name but a few.

In 2013 Meshel released her first book, a memoir titled “The Fence-Painting Fortnight of Destiny” and she continues to blog at MeshelLaurie.com.  The site is also dedicated to connecting charitable people with charitable organizations, and fighting racism.  She is also a regular contributor to Sunday Life magazine
Meshel is proudly an official ambassador for His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama in Australia, and for Reconciliation Australia.

Kerry Armstrong  is an acclaimed award-winning actress who landed her first television role at just fifteen, before appearing in The Sullivans, The Getting of Wisdom and Prisoner.
Kerry moved to New York in the early 1980s to study at the Herbert Berghof School. In 1987, Kerry returned to Melbourne and has established herself an actor winning two AFI Awards in 2001 (for ABC drama series Sea Change and for the feature film Lantana) She became the first actress in Australia to win the Best Performance by an Actress award in both a feature film and television category in the same year.
Kerry Armstrong places a great deal of importance on her charitable work and is extremely proud of her role as official ambassador for Mind Shift – The National Self Esteem Initiative.  She has published two practical empowering self help books.