The film describes surf hero Gerry Lopez as “a Zen Buddhist on land who built his early career on aggressive surfing.”
Mind Our Democracy, a new civic engagement organization is encouraging people to vote in the midterm elections.
Dr. Paula Arai will join the IBS faculty in January 2023 as the first Eshinni and Kakushinni Professor of Women and Buddhist Studies.
These three initiatives are working to help Ukrainians find solace through mindfulness-based interventions.
The historic ceremony represents a celebratory moment for the future generations of the Tibetan lineage of bhikshunis.
Ozeki wins the Women’s Prize for Fiction for her fourth book, The Book of Form and Emptiness.
“Project Himalayan Art” will create accessible resources for students, teachers, and the public to learn about art from the Himalayan region.
The new documentary tells Thich Nhat Hanh’s life story using original photographic and film archives.
The new exhibition highlights “how Tibetan Buddhist art practices serve as roadmaps to well-being in times of crisis.”
One of this year’s award recipients is Lion’s Roar Associate Editor and co-editor of “Black and Buddhist,” Pamela Ayo Yetunde.