The Buddha Project

 The Buddha Project

The Buddha Project

Sep 30, 2018, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

What does a real Buddha look like?

How can I find my Buddha nature, have fun with clay, and help all beings at the same time?

For the answers to these questions, you are invited to participate in a buddha-making workshop, open especially to beginners. Bring your beginner’s mind and wear clothes you don’t mind getting muddy (it will all come out in the wash)!

Please register in advance as a courtesy to the organizers.
An offering of at least $5 to cover cost of materials would be gratefully appreciated.

About Anita Feng

Workshop led by Anita Feng (Zen Master Jeong Ji), guiding teacher at Blue Heron Zen Community in Seattle, Washington, and works as a ceramic artist making raku Buddhas. She has written Sid, the story of Siddhartha, a book described as a delightful jewel that captures both the classic story of the Buddha, and two books of poetry, Internal Strategies, published by the University of Akron Press and Sadie & Mendel, winner of the Backwaters Press Prize. Individual works have been published by Nimrod, Ploughshares, Black Warrior Review, North American Review, Northwest Review, and Primavera among others. Her poetry has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize.

More information about her work and teaching: www.anitafeng.com
https://iskrafineart.com/studio-visit-with-zen-teacher-anita-feng-expanding-our-idea-of-what-equanimity-looks-like/

Bookings

Bookings are closed for this event.