A Time to Go Deeper: Art in Everyday Life

with Anne Saitzyk

March 11th

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    Room: Online

     

    You are invited to come and experience, or play with, one of Chögyam Trungpa’s favorite activities—object arranging. Drawing on the principles of Heaven, Earth and Humanity, we will explore the process of perception as the foundation of the creative process.

    Awareness practice is not just sitting meditation or meditation-in-action alone. It is a unique training practice in how to behave as an inspired human being. That is what is meant by being an artist. 

    ~ Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche, True Perception

    Materials: If you’d like to try your hand at this practice, please have a selection of small objects on hand. For example, various coins, natural objects and other simple forms such as cups, balls and sticks. There is no requirement for any particular skill or need to be artistic.

    Tuition: $20 Full Price / $30 Sponsor / $10 Subsidized / Enter your own donation amount

    Register for Art in Everyday Life: please click here (you will be redirected to the Boulder Shambhala Center website.)

    This offering is part of a five-part series. To register for the entire program or other individual pieces, please click here.

     

    Anne Anderson Saitzyk received her MFA in painting from Claremont Graduate University and teaches painting and drawing at Art Center College of Design (ACX) and occasionally in other locations in the world. She co-founded Contemplative Creativity Lab and is currently Director of Contemplative Arts at Shambhala Meditation Center of Los Angeles.

    Anne met the Shambhala Buddhist dharma through the Dharma Art program in 1997 and has since become a practitioner, meditation instructor, and a Shambhala Art teacher and administrator. She’s dedicated to creative practices that celebrate the spark that community and collaboration provide.


    This program is offered by a collaboration of the following Shambhala Centers: Albuquerque, Boulder, Denver, Fort Collins, Los Angeles, Phoenix and Tucson.

    Denver Shambhala Center contact for more information: [email protected]