NARS Foundation hosts "Interpreting Rituals: The Butterfly Effect"

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NARS Foundation hosts "Interpreting Rituals: The Butterfly Effect"

Time: September 15, 2012 from 1pm to 6pm
Location: NARS Foundation
Street: 88 35th Street, 3rd Floor
City/Town: Brooklyn
Website or Map: http://www.narsfoundation.org
Phone: 718-768-2765
Event Type: opening, reception, workshops, exhibition
Organized By: narsfoundation
Latest Activity: Sep 15, 2012

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Organized in conjunction with the Asian American Arts Alliance's Locating the Sacred Festival

On view from September 10 – 23, in conjunction with the Asian American Arts Alliance's Location the Sacred Festival, NARS will present Interpreting Rituals: The Butterfly Effect. The two-week exhibition considers the quiet reverberations caused by translating the sacred against the backdrop of today's global uncertainty.  Ranging from film screenings to ceramics, photography and print making, each work reflects on spiritual vitality as it vibrates across cultures, time and generations.

On Saturday, September 15 from 1-6 PM, visitors are invited into an introspective yet interactive space where they can experience a Meditation Session, enjoy a Children's Clay Workshop led by Maria Hupfield and drink from one of the exhibited ceramic vessels on display. Also, please join us for an Artist Talk and Reception.

Participating artists include Veronica Frenning, Lily & Honglei, Gautam Kansara, Ming Yuen-Schat, Yasuyo Tanakaand Eric K. Yue.

The Asian American Arts Alliance's Locating the Sacred is a 25-event 12-day Festival which takes place from September 12 to September 23, 2012 across all five New York boroughs. For more information about the Locating the Sacred Festival, please visit: www.locatingthesacred.org

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