Interconnecting for Good on Saturday evening, December 16th featuring a Zen clown master, an award-winning local author, and visual and movement artists. Enjoy live music, tapas, dessert and a silent auction.
You are invited to an Evening of Interconnecting for Good
Tapas Party with Intentional Conversations to benefit Nalanda West
Live music & presentations by & conversations with local Interconnectors for Good including:
Moshe Cohen works and creates in the world of funny connecting people through lightness and laughter. For 35 years now he has pursued excellence in the elusive art form called Clown internationally.
Bharti Kirchner mixes influences from growing up in different countries to create works of art in cooking and writing to show our interconnection. Seattle Weekly names her most recent novel, “Season of Sacrifice: A Maya Mallick Mystery,” set in Seattle as one of the top five books to look forward to this fall.
R.D. Salga — Master Tibetan Thangka Painter, one of the few remaining Karma Gadri style artists traditionally trained has taught around the world. Within the traditional form, Salga’s own creativity and brilliant touch shines through for mind-stopping brilliance.
Zen Master Jeong Ji [Anita Feng] an award winning poet, novelist, raku artist and Zen teacher who sculpts inspiringly creative Buddhas and explores “What does Buddha look like?”
Christy Fisher a Kripalu yoga teacher and movement based artist who draws inspiration from diverse forms including Japanese Butoh and Indian Bharatanatyam, often blending elements with contemporary western approaches
If you can’t attend, we are happy to accept your donation to support Nalanda West, or receive an item for the silent auction.