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Artful Integration

Saturday, June 22 @ 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT

We are pleased to welcome Jarvis Smith in deep dialogue with Lama Tashi Norbu on living Sacred Arts. Have some art materials ready in your space to play along!

Join us in Room One – http://zoom.us/j/6060001111

Watch it live on UNITY EARTH TV –  https://unity.earth/tv/

Jarvis Smith, co founder My Green Pod, Shaman & Mystic: On one hand I am a proud hippie, mystic, self-confessed tree-hugger and radical eco-warrior, also a thought-leader, media entrepreneur, speaker and renowned online retail businessman. After studying with a female shaman indigenous to the UK for over a decade, in 2007 on Channel 4’s TV show ‘Dumped’ my eyes were opened to the vast devastation human lifestyle waste was having on the planet. It was a realisation that was to lead to a lifetime’s work protecting the Earth. My first magazine GREEN was published with National Geographic from 2008, which then moved to The Guardian in 2010, evolving into the My Green Pod magazine from 2013. Co-produced with my wife Katie Hill, it is now the world’s biggest ethical lifestyle magazine and My Green Pod leads the field in ethical shopping. I also founded in 2010 and still run one of the World’s most respected sustainability and climate awards, P.E.A. (People Environment Achievement) Awards.

Lama Tashi Norbu, a Tibetan Buddhist Monk and artist, embodies a unique fusion of tradition and modernity. Ordained with the name “Tashi Norbu” by Namkhai Nyingpo Rinpoche, who is considered to belong to the legendary sacred Sky Dancers of Tibet. ​Among many other accomplishments, Tashi served as a Thangka Painter under His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama’s residence. He was recognized for his gifts and sent to the west to study contemporary art evolving then into a contemporary Tibetan artist who skillfully integrates traditional and modern elements to create art in support of his culture. Lama Tashi’s artwork is featured in museums and galleries around the world. He brings traditional Tibetan imagery to life through contemporary eyes. Frequently the works which he creates LIVE in front of an audience are then destroyed, in order to recognize the impermanence of all things.

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Saturday, June 22
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11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT
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Presenter:
Jarvis Smith, Lama Tashi
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