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Art CAVE: Community Art Viewing Exchange with Sokuzan Bob Brown
The Interdependence Project NYC
302 Bowery 3rd Floor, Middle BuzzerNew York, NY 10012
Sun, 5/6/2012, 11:00am - 4:00pm
Art CAVE or (Community Art Viewing Exchange), is a chance to share artworks -- physical pieces or short performed excerpts -- with other artists in the NY Community.
Drawing form from the practice of Satsang, where a teacher holds an interview with a student in front of a supporting and attentive community, Art CAVE will be an Open Interview with visiting teacher and artist Sokuzan Bob Brown. The voluntary, personal, face-to-face situation won’t necessarily be a critique of a piece of art but will be a line of questioning about the creator, the act of creating and intentions arising therein. Art CAVE is a container for intimacy and sincerity, sharing and receiving.
All are invited to attend regardless of experience level, please register or email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP.
11am - 4pm Sunday May 6th, 2012.
Sliding Scale $15 - $45
(Note: Bob will be teaching the entire weekend at IDP on Art, Awareness and Meditation practices. To learn more, or sign-up for the full Weekend you can visit this page.)
(Photo from 2010 “Opening The Eye Mind” workshop. Bob leads visual perception exercises, taken by Erick Eiehenseur)
May is Arts Month at IDP. Click here for a full list of Arts related Events, lectures & workshops.
Arts Month is co-sponsored by Pinned NYC: A new website for community-based Activism at the intersection of Art and Spirit.