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Buddhadharma : Summer 2006
buddhadharma| 93 |summer 2006 buddhadharma| 93 |summer 2006 Rinpoche’s teacher, Sangye Tenzin Rinpoche, whose incarnation was reborn in Chihuahua, Mexico. ■ Over 65 people attended the ded- ication of eMPty hanD Zen center’s new facility in Rochelle, New York, on February 26. Founder Susan Ji-on Postal and guest teacher Nonin Chowaney of the Nebraska Zen Center led the ceremony, which included a performance by the children’s dharma group and an Eye Opening Ceremony by Chowaney. ■ A traveling art exhibit titled the Missing Peace: artists consiDer the Dalai laMa will tour the U.S. until fall 2007. Laurie Anderson, Sanford Biggers, Arlene Shechet, and Bill Viola are among the 75 contemporary artists who contributed to the exhibit. Its first stop is the Fowler Museum of Cultural His- tory at UCLA, from June 11 to September 6. Then it’s on to the Loyola University Museum of Art in Chicago in late October, and finally to the Rubin Museum of Art in New York in March 2007. ■ An off-Broadway musical called siDD, based on the Hermann Hesse novel Siddhartha, had a short run in New York this March. Sidd is a wandering youth who gets seduced and then corrupted by city jazz life. Eventually he discovers Buddhism and his life takes an “enlightened” turn. Sidd closed after 23 previews and 13 performances at New World Stages. ■ The sKyclaD ZenDo in Tampa, Florida, is taking Zen mini- malism to a new level: this new meditation group meditates au naturel. The group meets for two hours of meditation every Sunday morning at a yoga studio at Paradise Lakes, a local nudist resort (the largest such facility in the U.S.). A spokesperson for Skyclad Zendo says the group “practices awareness – no koans, statues, incense, chanting, titles, and so on” and includes men and women, ranging from college students to senior citizens (minors are prohibited). Meditation in the nude isn’t completely new. Skyclad Zendo was inspired by the Digambara (“sky-clad”) Jain monks, who, beginning in the first century, disavowed clothing and material goods, and collected food donations in their hands. ■ The thai governMent held a “dhamma rap” concert on February 23 and is getting behind an initia- tive to bring the Buddhist scriptures to film, in ➤ continued page 94 Mt. Equity A SOTO ZEN MONASTERY DAI-EN BENNAGE, ABBESS Fasting Retreat June 16-18 Long Retreat July 23-30 Candles on Water August 18-20 Taiko Workshop Retreat Sept29-Oct1 Pennsdale, PA 17756 (570) 546-2784 firstname.lastname@example.org MtEquity.org www.rollingmeadowsfarmretreat.org 888.666.6412 Brooks, Maine SILENT YOGA & MEDITATION RETREATS CarolroseGG