Monthly Archives: April 2014

SGI Arts Division Spring Event Sunday 4-27-2014 Time 3:00 PM – 6:30 PM

3:00 to 4:30 
Herbie Hancock’s Documentary File “Possibilities”
In this remarkable film, Mr. Hancock joins forces with artists such as Paul Simon, Annie Lennox, Sting, and John Mayer. We are invited behind-the-scenes to watch these exceptional talents collaborate to create some very inspiring music!

4:30 to 5:00
Audience Discussion on the Film

5:00 to 6:30
Experience by Buddhist and Internationally Known Jazz Flutist/Saxophonist Mr. Jun Miyake
Jun Miyake has been practicing Nichiren’s Buddhism for more than 30 years. He is an internationally known flutist and saxophonist who has performed with many well known jazz artists including Cecil Taylor, Pheeroan Akiaff, Reggie Workman, Buster Williams, and Shunzo Ohno. Mr. Miyake has been featured in many international venues including The Blue Note, Lincoln Center, and Cleopatra’s Needle.

This event is taking place at the SGI New Mexico Buddhist Center located at
1911 Sunshine Terrace SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106

May Special Contribution Kick Off Meeting

There will be a Kick Off meeting at the community center on Sunday 4-26 beginning at 1:00 pm. Let challenge ourselves to make this years contributions really shine. We have recently had our main Gohonzon room remodeled. Our contributions during these campaigns are what makes these projects possible.

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For more information regarding upcoming Arts Division hosted events.

 

E-mail account holders

If you used to have a sgi-nm.org branded email account and would like to have access to one again, please contact me, Michael Baremore. I will need some information from you before I can set up the account and I will discuss this with you at that time. Currently the email will only be accessible through a web based interface only. When I can offer access through a mobile device or an email client such as Microsoft Outlook, I will inform the users at that time.

Launching our new site

This is a test for launching our new site. The site has been re-designed to promote its use for staying up to date with our current events and to have general information available to those who are interested is learning about practicing Nichiren Daishonin’s Buddhism.

During the transistion our site is being redirected here.