Calendar Listing

2/9/2019 - 5/19/2019

Exhibition

Tibetan Portrait: The Power of Compassion

Featuring a selection of photographs and narratives from Phil Borges's "Tibetan Portrait," this exhibition shares the compelling stories of Tibetan individuals—from nomads of the remote Himalayas to the Dalai Lama himself.

3/2/2019

Program - Young Artists Series

Young Artists: Mandala Rock Painting

The Paine invites children ages 9-12 to Mandala Rock Painting with Jennifer Lloyd.

3/17/2019 - 3/24/2019

Exhibition, Event

Mystical Arts of Tibet

Through a week-long ritual in the Paine’s Conservatory, Tibetan monks will meticulously create a sacred Mandala with millions of grains of colorful sand. The week also includes complementary lectures, daily meditation, interfaith programs, and artmaking activities.

3/18/2019 - 3/24/2019

Program

Introduction to Meditation, Mindfulness, and Loving Kindness

This daily guided mediation for beginners and practitioners is held around an unfolding mandala sand painting in the Paine's Conservatory.

3/19/2019

Program - Lecture

Tibetan Buddhism as Religion and Philosophy

Dr. Michael Baltutis, Associate Professor of Religion at UW Oshkosh, introduces the basics of Tibetan Buddhism.

3/19/2019

Program - Lecture

A Buddhist Approach to Working with Emotions

Explore how emotions bring tone and color to our experiences in this lecture with a Tibetan lama.

3/20/2019

Program - Lecture

The Ancient Art of Healing

Learn about the fundamental connection between body and mind, and ancient approaches to healing, during this presentation by a Tibetan lama.

3/20/2019

Program - Lecture

No-Self, Karma, and Rebirth

Dr. Constance Kassor explains the theories of no-self, karma, and rebirth - core components of Tibetan Buddhist thought.

3/21/2019

Program - Lecture

Opening the Heart: Arousing the Mind of Universal Kindness

Learn how love and kindness are mental archetypes that all beings possess during this lecture with a Tibetan lama.

3/21/2019

Program - Lecture

Protection and Attraction: The Tibetan Buddhist Sand Mandala

Learn how the Tibetan Buddhist sand mandala operates on a number of different levels by seeing examples of mandalas and similar designs from other cultural traditions.

3/21/2019

Program - Lecture

Taming Demons: The Construction of Tibetan Buddhist Spaces

Dr. Michael Baltutis explores how the mandala can be seen as a reminder of local narratives surrounding the history and founding of Tibet, as well as of the current and ongoing suffering of the Tibetan people. 

3/22/2019

Program - Lecture

Two Wings of a Bird: Wisdom and Compassion

Dr. Constance Kassor, Lawrence University religion professor, outlines wisdom and compassion, and the ways in which they must be understood in relation to one another.

3/22/2019

Program - Lecture

From Confusion to Enlightenment: Steps in Inner Evolution

Learn about inner evolution and enlightenment from a Tibetan lama.

3/23/2019

Program - Lecture

Meditation for Focus and Stress Relief

Learn about meditation as a technique for quieting the mind, establishing inner clarity and well-being, and relaxing from within.

3/24/2019

Program - Lecture

Death and Dying: The Tibetan Tradition

Explore how Buddhism teaches that an understanding of the death process is important life knowledge that enhances and enriches life in this lecture with a Tibetan lama.

4/6/2019

Program - Young Artists Series

Young Artists: Zen Gardens

The Paine invites children ages 9-12 to create zen gardens with Brian Pribbernow.

5/4/2019

Program - Young Artists Series

Young Artists: Mandala Painting on Canvas

The Paine invites children ages 9-12 to paint mandalas on canvas with Tish Kopish.

5/18/2019

Event

Festival of Spring

Festival of Spring features the Paine's annual Spring Plant sale and more than 100 vendors of original art, fine crafts, plants and garden supplies.

6/22/2019 - 9/22/2019

Exhibition

Maker & Muse: Women and Early Twentieth Century Art Jewelry

Maker & Muse: Women and Early Twentieth Century Art Jewelry celebrates the impact of women on art jewelry June 22-September 22, 2019.

7/14/2019

Event

Faire on the Green

As the largest art and craft fair of the summer in Oshkosh, Faire on the Green features the creations of more than 100 artists and craftspeople as well as unique antiques, imported and retail items.

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Hours & Admission

Tuesday - Sunday
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
$9 Adults
$5 Youth (ages 5-17)

The Paine will feature special hours and admission during Mystical Arts of Tibet, March 17-24, 2019.

Paine Art Center and Gardens

1410 Algoma Blvd
Oshkosh, WI 54901

(920) 235-6903

info@thepaine.org