For centuries, Tibetan thangkas (scroll paintings of Buddhas and mandalas) have been a highly developed and important means of explaining Buddhist philosophy.
This is an application-only course.
Creating images is a primal creative act. It is accessible to everybody, no matter what level of experience. It feels good, and gets us back in touch with an instinctive, nonverbal means of expression.
The Holistic Life Foundation (HLF) has more than a decade of experience teaching yoga and mindfulness to youth classified as “high-risk” or “hard-to-reach” in urban environments.
Making art is about moving back and forth between order and disorder. Artists and makers are the worker bees who make and remake this order and disorder as the impulse arises.
It is not enough that a writer places the best words side by side, or generates lovely images and expressive metaphors. The real art of writing is how we see, and how far we can dip into the deeper levels of knowing.