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Still from Eva Lee's animation, Into the Midst

 

 

Into the Midst

VIDEO
2012

Encounters on a walk through otherworldy territory. Inspired by research on Tibetan Buddhist art and meditative practices during travels through India. Made possible by the support of Asian Cultural Council.

 

 

Chuang Yen Monastery Eva Lee presents "In Search of Mandalas," artist talk and screening of her latest animations at Woo Ju Memorial Library, Sunday April 27, 2014, 2pm, followed by Q&A

MacDowell Downtown The artist presented latest animations and Fulbright research in India on Tibetan mandalas at this MacDowell Colony event, Peterborough, NH, April 4th, 2014, 7:30pm followed by Q&A

Fulbright Fellowship 2013-2014 to research Indo-Tibetan mandala murals in monasteries of the Indian Himalayas. Follow Eva here on her journey!

Into the Midst and Lux Flux were screened as part of Streaming Festival 8th Edition at Het Nutshuis, The Hague, Netherlands, and Boonika, Zagreb, Croatia. These animations are now part of Streaming Festival's Permanent Collection online.

The artist joins Momentum: Feminism/Art/Technology online, organized by Rutgers Institute for Women and Art, in collaboration with Muriel Magenta, School of Art, Arizona State University.

Compassion Sand Mandala documentary is now available through Sacred Art Tour. Donate and receive it on blu-ray. All proceeds benefit Drepung Gomang Monastery

Connecticut Artist Collection has acquired works by Eva Lee for their Arts in Public Spaces program

Lux Flux remains on view as part of the City of Tampa's Portals

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