Art and Eastern Teachings
(27 September 2018, 3.30-6pm at Brookfield Science Building, Cork University)
Are Far Eastern teachings too far from us?
How can we use their practices in our everyday life?
How can they inspire our creativity?
Join us to learn some of the answers to these questions.
Join us to enjoy beautiful music, creative meditation, dance, pictures and poetry.
Enjoy musical improvisations on guitar and violin by Konstantin Kuchev, a distinguished young musician and composer.
Use the possibility to create your own unique song or melody.
What is haiku? What are some haiku ways and techniques? Learn this from Iliyana Stoyanova, a member of International, British and Bulgarian haiku societies.
Listen to haiku from modern authors, have a look “Beyond Words” through the pages of a bilingual haiku anthology.
Enjoy the freedom to create your own haiku or to rewrite some already existing.
What is meditation? Can meditation be dynamic?
Enter into a dance meditation of the five energies with Astrea Mira, an actress and spiritual seeker.
Can there be a relation between science and art? Learn how poetry transforms the deepest levels of reality from the pictures of nano-haiku presented by a scientist from the Tyndall National Institute.
Organisers: Prof Dr Antoaneta Nikolova, LU – Germany, SWU – Bulgaria; with the support of European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme through the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action and in collaboration with the Study of Religions Deapartment, UCC