Lama Losang Samten live from the St. Petersburg Museum of Fine Arts on Connect the Dots with Ann Marie RhinoOnAir.com/WSPF-DB.com, this upcoming Wednesday January 13, 2016 at 10:00am. Venerable Lama Losang Samten is a renowned Tibetan scholar, spiritual teacher and ARTIST. He became a monk in 1966 and in 1969 moved to Dharmsala, where he joined the Namgyal Monastery (the monastery of His Holiness the Dalai Lama).
Losang has led an illustrious career creating sacred sand mandalas in museums, universities, and galleries throughout the USA,Canada,Mexico & Europe. It is an honor t have him in St. Petersburg florida sharing his talent. Losang received the National Heritage Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts, a PEW fellowship, and two honorary doctoral degrees from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, and the Maine College of Art.
General public is welcomed to attend during the live interview at The Museum of Fine Arts and it is free to attend. You will have an opportunity to see the sand mandala being created. We will also be talking about Venerable Lama Losang Samtens book “Ancient Teachings in Modern times, Buddhism in the 21st century. This is not about religion. As Lama Losang Samten mentions in his book “Buddha was not a Buddhist” he has no religion.