Derived from Sanskrit dhyÄna, Chan means â€œmeditationâ€ or â€œmeditative stateâ€. Fueled by the compassion-driven desire of a Buddhist monk, the One-Stroke Calligraphy exhibition gives a fluid, kinetic voice to enlightenment. As Venerable Master Hsing Yun, the artist, often says in describing his artwork, â€œDonâ€™t just look at my characters, look for my heart within these characters.â€ Departing from conventional Chinese calligraphy, the exhibition focuses on adding new dimensions to its heritage. One-Stroke Calligraphy demonstrates the meaning of each artwork as arising from a meditative experience that exists beyond the boundaries of traditions. The exhibition invites the audience to explore the eternal stillness and limitless potential of the undifferentiated mind. One-Stroke Calligraphy is an immersive journey to feel the pulse of compassion and enlightenment that beats inside all of us.
Thursday, April 24, 6pm-8pm -Â Chima Brazilian Steakhouse,Â 2400 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale FANO,Â Â a leader in Nonprofit Education and Training, cordially invites you to a networking event.Â This is a great opportunity to meet other members of FANO and get to know more about each other in a social and relaxed setting.Â $10 admission at the door. […]
Saturday, October 26, 7pm-11pm – Bel Amour Banquet Hall, 7111 West Commercial Blvd., Tamarac Free Yourself Women Foundation IncÂ would be honored by the community presence at second annual gala to benefit victims and survivors of domestic abuse. The goal behind this event, is to raise the necessary funds to be able to purchase a five […]
Saturday, September 21, 11am-2pm – Yello, 2495 E Commercial Blvd, Fort Lauderdale Yello celebrates the Grand Opening of vegan café together with electric car show for National Drive Electric Week. Enjoy vegan food, beverages, musical entertainment, speak with representatives from Tesla, and meet Fort Lauderdale Mayor Dean Trantalis. CLICK HERE TO RSVP 2