What the ancients knew modern science has now proven -- meditation, music and contemplative inner practices have a positive effect on our brains, health and well-being. Join us for an inspirational evening of networking, music, art and exploration into the art and science of meditation practice with guest speaker Diana Winston, Director of Mindfulness Education at UCLA's Mindfulness Awareness Research Center (MARC) at the Semel Institute of Neuroscience and Human Behavior. Michael and Jahna Perricone will perform and the evening will conclude with a screening of a short "animeditation" film called METASPHERE.
Seating is limited so please purchase a ticket soon to reserve your space: http://www.eventbrite.com/org/875192763
For directions and information about LOTUS POST please visit their site: www.lotuspost.com
Special thanks to media sponsor LA Yoga Magazine for their support.
FOR INFORMATION VISIT: www.c3so.com
On Saturday, June 19th 2010 c3: VisionLAB presented STATE OF THE ARTS: 2010, a symposium addressing future trends in the Arts and Media and their function in Culture and Society. Inspired in part by the LA Opera Ring, this inquiry also functioned as a celebration of the Ring Festival LA and served as an inaugural event to launch the creation of a global arts and media node in partnership with the The Millennium Project and the State of the Future annual report. This unique symposium served as a transdisciplinary inquiry into the future of and function of art and media in society by bringing together thought leaders in the areas of the arts and media, technology, science, creativity and consciousness studies. For more information and photos please visit www.c3so.com.
In preparation for the symposium an introductory event was held on Monday, November 16, 2009. c3: Center for Conscious Creativity & GATE (Global Alliance for Transformational Entertainment), in collaboration with IMERSA (Immersive Media Entertainment, Research, Science and Arts) and Creative Visions Foundation presented:
IMMERSE THE FUTURE -- A VISIONARY EVENING OF
ARTS, MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE 21ST CENTURY
Artists, musicians, media executives, entertainment and arts professionals, patrons, educators and those interested in the future of arts, media and entertainment gathered at Los Angeles Center Studios in downtown LA for an enlightening evening of information, entertainment and networking. Topics and displays included emerging techonologies such as; a 3D Dome Theatre and interactive Gesturetek, the latest in immersive media, neurofeedback art, virtual worlds and other cutting-edge media formats and their potential as tools for transformation. Presentations were made by the LA Opera; Kathy Eldon, Founder of Creative Visions Foundation; John Raatz, Founder of GATE; Ed Lantz, Founder of IMERSA and Vortex Immersion Media and the c3: Center for Conscious Creativity, followed by an inspiring keynote by noted author and futurist, Jerome Glenn, the Director of the Millennium Project who offered insights on the future of arts, media and entertainment and their effects on global culture. He also announced his desire to create a Global Arts and Media Node which the c3 has now been officially invited to help create. This Node will be made up of an international group of futuristic artists and media visionaries, and institutions, to become the Global Arts and Media Node for the Millennium Project's "State of the Future."
This Monday we held our first c3 Open House and presented c3 VisionLAB 2010 State of the Arts to our community for the first time. It was an overwhelming response both in terms of participation as well as feedback on the project and our work with c3 in general. The project is starting to get some legs now. We are currently preparing the outline, call to the arts, the event schedule and more.
The website will be online soon with tons of information for and about all the participants in this exciting adventure...
The next c3 Open House will take place soon and we are planning to have them on a regular basis. Check out the events calendar for more information.
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