George Saunders’s 2013 convocation address about kindness rang so universally true that it went viral, and then became a book.
Can you think of an instance when the Buddha’s fundamental teachings formed the framework for a commercial film, right down to the title?
Update: Read “Being Gay, Being Buddhist,” George Takei’s keynote address at the seminar, on Lion’s Roar.
Via Buddhist Art News comes word of a truly unusual exhibit, “A Waste Cardboard Installation: Buddhas from a Bottleshop.”
Virgina Peck had been seeking a path back to fine arts from commercial illustration. That morning, a voice said, “Paint the Buddha’s face.”
The “public art campaign” (and online store) Cryptik Movement this week spotlighted the “Sacred Ink” photographs of Cedric Arnold.
Can a combination of Buddhist principles and divorce mediation techniques soften the rancorous rhetoric in the U.S. Congress?
The Vatican yesterday used the occasion of Vesakh to issue its annual greeting message to the Buddhist community.
Artist and former Buddhist monk Andrew Binkley explores “A Space Between” in Hawaii museum installation.
“All improv is meditation”: the “Buddhist theater” of David Razowsky, the erstwhile artistic director of Second City’s L.A. training center.