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“Hold the Door Open” BIPOC Artist Fund

Posted by on Mar 25, 2020 in Blog | One Comment
“Hold the Door Open” BIPOC Artist Fund

What / Header / Invitation All Art Monastery Programs are now priced “Pay What You Want” for BIPOC artists (Black, Indigenous or People of Color). Why / Context / Principles BIPOC artists and meditators are at the forefront of the process of cultural transformation that creates a more vibrant, loving world for ALL. Because creative […]

Bootstraps: An American Fable

Posted by on Jul 25, 2017 in Blog | One Comment
Bootstraps: An American Fable

Bootstraps: An American Fable You have the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Ready? Set. Go! After playing to sold-out crowds last summer and a successful NYC premiere in January, BOOTSTRAPS returns to North Carolina – a smarter, sharper, direct love letter to the painful contractions that are birthing a new America. After clawing […]

Call For Artmonks

Posted by on Mar 3, 2015 in Blog | No Comments
Call For Artmonks

Are you an Artmonk? Join us! Thank you, to all of the beautiful applicants who submitted before the April 15th deadline. We’ll be getting back to you very shortly. But the Art Monastery Project is continuing to accept applications on a rolling basis, looking for professional artists, community organizers, and spiritual seekers, with the skills […]

2015: Greeting the Golden Hour

Posted by on Mar 3, 2015 in Blog | One Comment
2015: Greeting the Golden Hour

In 2012, the Art Monastery began an 8 year cycle, taking one year at a time to research and draw inspiration from traditional monastic rituals correlating with different hours of the day. This has been much written about in previous blog posts. Follow the links throughout for more on previous individual years’ investigations. Click here for […]

Prime

Posted by on Sep 30, 2014 in Blog | One Comment

              Dance-Theater from NYC and Italy.      

New Beginnings

New Beginnings

Two years ago, the Art Monastery Project officially began a multi-year cycle of contemplative and creative explorations based around the different daily rituals of western monasticism, each performed at a different time of day, and each with different symbology and thematic content. In 2012, it was Vigils, the midnight hour. Emptiness, stillness, death. This was my first […]