Event Date/Time: Oct 6th, 3-5pm

Where do Art and Buddhist practice connect?

Imagination is a faculty that can be developed and refined. The Western idea of the Illumined Imagination can be seen and understood within Buddhist teachings of sraddha and prajna, or faith and wisdom. These are ways of knowing that go beyond concepts or even feeling in the usual sense. The creation and appreciation of art can touch an imaginal chord to awaken deep meaning beyond words.

This show will feature work by artists from the east coast Triratna sanghas including paintings, prints, photography and sculpture. Each artist reflects their practice in their art in different ways. All are invited to meet the artists at the opening reception on Sunday October 6 from 3-5pm. The show will be on display from October 6 through November 25. You may view the showing before or during any of our regularly scheduled events, or by appointment.

To register online, click here.

To register by phone please call 603-659-5456.

Led by: Team
Times: Oct 6th, 3-5pm
Venue: Aryaloka
Fee: Free
Level: Open to All
Directions: Directions Page

* At Aryaloka, we strive to make our programs available to everyone regardless of their financial circumstances. Our fee structure allows you to pay according to your means. The Sustaining price is for people comfortably paying their rent or mortgage, and who can afford the occasional meal out and movie. The Sustaining price level also helps Aryaloka offer lower prices to those who could otherwise not afford to attend. Any payment above this price is a tax-deductible donation. Mid-Level prices are for those who have a regular income and are paying their mortgage or rent. Prices at this level contribute to the range of Aryaloka’s operating costs. The Base-Level price is for those without an income or with an income low enough that making ends meet is a challenge. Those whose circumstances are not included above can call the office to arrange alternate pricing.

* Retreat participants are asked to work together to prepare and clean up after meals and to help with general cleanup at the end of the retreat.