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Shambhala Arts Day
March 30 / 9:00 AM - March 30 / 9:00 PM
We are planning to offer brief workshops, demos, and lectures on all the arts represented by our community. Arts specific to our community such as Ikebana and calligraphy, as well as poetry, music, dance and more.
We will be offering workshops in the morning and late afternoon. In mid-day the Sakyong is speaking to the community and we expect that this will draw even more people to the event. It's clear that the Sakyong has a vast vision for Shambhala and a great respect for the role that the arts play in creating enlightened society. Let's make our center shine with our natural brilliance!
Attend any workshop you want or stay the whole day. No RSVPs necessary. Workshops are being held in the main shrine room and small shrine room concurrently.
CHILDREN'S ACTIVITIES: The Shambhala Center is offering art and music activities for children, facilitated by Sharon Doetsch-Kidder. 11:00 to 12:00 pm in the Director’s Office. Contact email@example.com for more information; RSVPs are encouraged but not required.
Ikebana, contemplative flower arranging with Linda Montone
Waiting list is available
(spots for Ikebana program are limited)
The Way of the Brush with Tom Semmes
Creative Writing with Lisa Thompson
Lunch. View crafts, artworks and videos on display in the public areas.
Sakyong’s Nyida Day Address
Alexander Technique with Zinnia
Sound, Music and Awareness with Ryan Winger and Steve Wanna
Contemplative Movement: Being Present in Your Body and Breath with Deborah Riley
Please wear soft, flexible clothing.
Space, nothing and silence… an exploration in collage with Karen Van Allen
Glass: A Portrait of Philip in Twelve Parts – Documentary film on composer Philip Glass; hosted by Jerry Webster and Ryan Winger. Bring snacks.
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