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Buddhadharma : Summer 2008
mahasangha news: programs & centers buddhadharma: the practitioner’s quarterly summer 20 0 8 90 and Buddhist teachers who met Suzuki before his death in 1966 at the age of 95. ■ This spring, the Milk Gallery in Chelsea, New York, featured works by ShinJo ito (below), found- er (with his wife, Tomoji Ito) of the Shinnyo-en school of Japanese Buddhism. The exhibit in- cluded resin and bronze-based sculptures, wood-based carvings, and silver gelatin prints. Ito, who died in 1989, did not claim to be a professional artist. “I pour my soul into the job, with a sincere heart, as if offering three bows for every cut of the chisel,” he said. “The only thing clearly showing in my work may be that.” ■ On November 18, the dALAi LAmA will become the first recipient of the Guru Nanak Interfaith Prize, a $50,000 biannual award from Hofstra University, located in Hempstead, New York. The award is named after the founder of Sikhism, and it honors individuals or organizations that encourage understanding of different religions and build- ing bridges between faith communities. The presenting delegation will include Hofstra of- ficials, the family of Sardar Ishar Singh Bindra, who established the prize at Hofstra, and for- mer Indian prime minister I.K. Gujral. ■ On April 11, the dALAi LAmA sat down with Grammy Award-winning musician d Av e mAtthewS in America’s grunge capital, Seattle, to discuss how music and the media can build bridges between people. The public dialogue, plus an acoustic concert by Mat- thews and Tim Reynolds, were the centerpiece of a five-day Seeds of Compassion event that launched a broad-based initiative inviting any- one passionate about early childhood educa- tion—children, parents, educators, and busi- nesspeople—to examine and explore how to nurture and empower children, families, and communities. Seeds of Compassion was estab- lished by the Kirlin Charitable Foundation and Venerable Tenzin Dhonden, who is a peace emissary of the Dalai Lama. ■ gyetruL Jigme rinpoChe, abbot of Rigon Thupten Mindrolling Monastery in Orissa, India, and brother-in-law to Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, head of Shambhala International and author courtesyoftheVisionanDartofshinJoito www.festivalmedia.org AVAILABLE AT RETAILERS EVERYWHERE — WATCH THE TRAILERS ONLINE THE BEST BUDDHIST CINEMA ON DVD