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Embodied Mark Making: The Big Brush Experience

Embodied Mark Making: The Big Brush Experience – HIGHLIGHT

Barbara Bash Two hundred people sit on chairs lining the sides of a large room. In the center of the space lengths of white paper stretch down the floor, buckets of ink with large bamboo handled brushes are placed near the cushioned seats, a round rock rests ... continue
Posted May 20, 2019 by alexvangils
The Third Mind Exhibition

The Third Mind Exhibition – HIGHLIGHT

              New River – watercolor series 1981- by John Cage Ellen Pearlman, New York -based writer and editor of the Brooklyn Rail who lives part time in China, writes about The Third Mind: American Artists Contemplate Asia, 1860–1989 at the Guggenheim Museum in New York responding to the influence of eastern thought ... continue
Posted October 16, 2018 by Ellen Pearlman
Finding Vastness

Finding Vastness – HIGHLIGHT

Joining painting, photography, and meditation by Karen Iglehart Some of you have seen my paintings at Karme Choling and know of me as a painter. Many of you reading this may know me through Shambhala programs. I would like to share the photographic aspect of my artistic endeavors. As ... continue
Posted October 13, 2017 by CGH
Visiting Shambhala

Visiting Shambhala – HIGHLIGHT

A five-act comedy that takes us to the court of the Rigden by Walker Blaine A year ago in the spring, I had the most surprising thought: I could write a five-act Shambhala comedy. It was as though a light physically turned on in my head, and within ... continue
Posted September 14, 2017 by CGH
Without Beginning or End, Part 3

Without Beginning or End, Part 3 – HIGHLIGHT

A multi-part series on the trans-temporal art of Yeachin Tsai by Robert R. Shane The Heart Sutra, 2016, sumi ink on Chinese rice paper, 18×30 in V. The Time of Compassion This profound interconnection of all things is expressed in the Buddhist notion of dependent origination (pratīyasamutpāda).  This thesis that ... continue
Posted July 30, 2017 by CGH
Without Beginning or End, Part 2

Without Beginning or End, Part 2 – HIGHLIGHT

A multi-part series on the trans-temporal art of Yeachin Tsai by Robert R. Shane III. Kinesis Hooked, 2017, acrylic on paper, 26×14 in Tsai’s lines—whether circular or straight—move.  While literally static on the paper, they contain within them the energy of the artist’s gesture as they endlessly redraw themselves before ... continue
Posted July 28, 2017 by CGH
Without Beginning or End, Part 1

Without Beginning or End, Part 1 – HIGHLIGHT

A multi-part series on the trans-temporal work of Shambhalian and artist Yeachin Tsai by Robert R. Shane The Contentment of Mr. Orange, 2015, acrylic on paper mounted on canvas, 14×14 in “The circle…is the synthesis of the greatest oppositions. …it points most clearly to the fourth dimension.” (1) —Vassily Kandinsky I. ... continue
Posted July 26, 2017 by CGH
The Need to Feel

The Need to Feel – HIGHLIGHT

A Shambhala teacher explores the meaning of “Environmental Melancholia” and its connection to meditation practice, through the work of artist Regan Rosburg by Shastri Christine Heming I recently participated in Proclaiming Basic Goodness:  Shambhala Meditation with Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche at the Halifax Shambhala Centre. Once again I was ... continue
Posted March 15, 2017 by CGH
Queen Seon Duk of Silla

Queen Seon Duk of Silla

a review by Jay Lippman Korean royal crown In our search for worthwhile television viewing, my wife and I have wandered in many directions and genres from Hollywood to Bollywood, rarely finding anything truly memorable. But now I have discovered a television show so enjoyable that I am ... continue
Posted November 2, 2015 by
Compassionate Brush

Compassionate Brush – HIGHLIGHT

A student’s tone drawing of a lotusContemplative Art Project with the Vancouver School Board article, photos and video by Brian Callahan On October 21st, His Holiness XIV Dalai Lama visited a Vancouver high school to dialogue with students on the importance of educating the heart as well as ... continue
Posted November 23, 2014 by
Making Music Mindfully

Making Music Mindfully – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: Celebrating the Arts Intercultural Improvisation with the OMG by Alex W. Rodriguez, Los Angeles Since taking up the trumpet at age ten — and the trombone two years later — my life as a musician has taken some interesting turns. None of them, however, has been as exciting ... continue
Posted August 30, 2014 by
Listening in Color

Listening in Color – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: Celebrating the Arts article and painting by Christine Labich, Western Massachusetts The inspiration arrived on a late afternoon in October. The New England hardwoods were blazing against a blue sky, and I was standing on the muddy bank of a small brook. Decaying leaves pushed up against ... continue
Posted August 23, 2014 by
Place Your Thoughts Here

Place Your Thoughts Here – HIGHLIGHT

Shambhala Times is pleased to share another new “Summer Read”: Steven Saitzyk’s new book, “Place Your Thoughts Here”. Read below to find out why he wrote this book. article by Steven Saitzyk It is said that most authors end up writing the book they would like to read. ... continue
Posted July 12, 2014 by
Meditation and Irony

Meditation and Irony – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: Celebrating the Arts by Michelle Welch, Phoenix I’m a writer, for those who don’t already know. There’s a big dichotomy between being a writer and being a meditator, namely that writing requires you to be stuck in your head, conceptualizing everything, nearly all the time. continue
Posted June 9, 2014 by
Eyes of the Heart

Eyes of the Heart – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: Celebrating the Arts When It’s Time to Go on Retreat article by Jude Robison I unroll a long piece of paper on the grass. Next, making marks with a found-object brush, moving my body along with the brush, then moving my body without the brush, I conclude by ... continue
Posted May 24, 2014 by


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