Pha One Keo Sitthivong, our president, at work at the archive, sits below an early portrait of Pha Khamchan Virachitta Maha Thela, our founder.
Opening of Sangha's exhibition on meditation at Sala Thammavihan of Vat Khili in 2015.
Forest monks from Thailand visit the exhibition on meditation at Vat Khili.
Photographs by Pha Oune Heuane on women's meditation at the archive find the particular interest of ladies from Luang Prabang.
Among the numerous foreign visitors to the archive's exhibition, Hans georg Berger receives his friends Ariane Mnouchkine and Josianne Desloges.
Pha One Keo Sitthivong explaining the Vipassana teaching retreats of the Luang Prabang Sangha to a group of young abbots from the capital Vientiane.
The coordinator of Buddhist Heritage Project, Brian Lingham, shows historical photographs to staff of the Embassy of the United States.
Phakhamlar Inthavongsak, Abbot of Vat Xieng Mouan, and researcher at the archive, shows historical photographs to a novice participating in one of the archive's training programs.
Pha Por Bunpheng, a senior monk from Vat Saen, discovers an early portrait of himself in the collection of the Buddhist Archive.
Senior monks of Luang Prabang look at the monk's portraits in the collection together with Hans Georg Berger, our co-founder.
A joint workshop of the archive with the National Library of Laos, the Preservation of Lao Manuscripts Program and the Asia-Africa-Institute of Hamburg University.
Khamvone Boulyaphonh, the archive's research manager, examines ancient manuscripts at the library of Vat Mai together with the director of the National Library and Ajan Kongkeuane Nettavong, senior advisor to the archive.
Students of Souphanouvong University pose in the front of the archive building after a lecture on historic photography of Laos.
A large format calendar with historical photographs of the archive has been distributed as a teaching tool to more than 80 monasteries of Luang Prabang.
Nuns of Vat Pha Pon Pao receive the calendar of the Buddhist Archive as a dhamma gift, and immediately start identifying people depicted on its photographs.