Nõnda kui mullu, leiab ka sel aastal aset pühade kuunstide konkurss. Haara sellest kuldsest võimalusest kinni ning jaga oma loomingut kogu Buddha Tee Sanghaga.
Oma töid saab esitada järgmistes kategooriates: laul, instrumentaal muusika, luule, kujutav kunst ja fotograafia.
Esmalt toimub piirkondlik poolfinaal, kus Euroopa pühade kunstide žürii valib välja oma regiooni 5 parimat autorit igast kategooriast. Iga kategooria parimad autorid pääsevad edasi finaali.
Palun saada oma looming 9.Oktoobriks aadressile email@example.com.
Pühapäeval 17.oktoobri õhtul Eesti aja järgi 18:30 (17:30 MEST) esitletakse laekunud töid ning kuulutatakse välja finalistid.
Finaalid toimuvad 23. ja 24. oktoobril koos meie Vadžra Meistri Dzogchen Khenpo Choga Rinpoche ja rahvusvahelise Sanghaga.
Registreeru üritusele läbi selle vormi.
Täpsem info inglise keeles (klõpsa avamiseks)
Day 1: Saturday October 23rd, 11:00 am – 2:00 pm (Taiwan)
Event: Selecting finalists for the best song, music, poetry, art, and photography
Day 2: Sunday October 24th, 11:00 am – 2:00 pm (Taiwan)
Event: Announcement and Award Celebration for winners of best song, music, poetry, art, and photography
We encourage all Sangha to enter their own original pieces of sacred music, poetry, or work of art.
All submissions must express fundamental principles of the Dzogchen Buddha Path.
Each artist may submit 1 piece from 2 of the 5 categories: song, music, poetry, art, or photography, for a total of 2 submissions. The committee will not review more than two pieces from any one artist.
Using a fair process, regional Dzogchen Buddha Path Sacred Arts Committees select up to 5 of the best artists in each category from their region.
Guidelines for Size of Arts
Songs and music must be a minimum of 2 minutes and a maximum of 4 minutes long.
Note: Songs and music that are longer than 4 minutes will not be reviewed.
Poetry must be 1 verse minimum, not more than 180 words, and must not take more than 3 minutes to read at normal speed. Poetry longer than 3 minutes will not be reviewed.
Visual art submissions may not be more than one page or have multiple pieces.
Live performances are not suitable due to technical issues, time, and circumstances.
All songs, music, and poetry readings must be submitted in mp3 or mp4 format or uploaded to YouTube.
Paintings, photographs, and other digital art must be submitted as jpg or pdf, or as mp4 or uploaded to YouTube.
Music, including songs or instrumental piece, must acknowledge the use of any and all original material from another artist or source. Please note: there will be a deduction of points for using borrowed material.
The deadline for submissions is October 9th, 10pm (Taipei).
To submit a piece for this competition, please contact your regional director:
North America: Dharma Acharya Joe Evans
Asia: Dharma Acharya Peirung Ma
Russia: Dharma Acharya Elena Komarova
Europe: Bodhi Lama Rita Pichlhoefer
To encourage our artists, the International Dzogchen Buddha Path Sacred Arts Committee will grant the following prizes in each of the three categories of song, music, and art. Except for the top three in each category, all top ten winners receive a prize of $25 value to redeem for event credit or holy objects. Note: all amounts are in US currency.
First Prize – $360 total value
$120 event credit
$120 holy object
Second Prize – $210 total value
$70 event credit
$70 holy object
Third Prize – $120 total value
$40 event credit
$40 holy object
In addition, the top three prize winners in each category will receive a gold, silver, or bronze Certificate of Recognition of Dzogchen Buddha Path Amazing Artist from the International Dzogchen Buddha Path Sacred Arts Committee.
Both days of the event will also feature children’s art pieces, including voice, instruments, poetry, and visual art. Please encourage the Sangha children to participate in this fun event and to share their talents with us! There will be no judging for children’s art pieces.
First Prize – $150 value (redeemable for event credit, holy objects, or cash)
Second Prize – $80 value (redeemable for event credit, holy objects, or cash)
Third Prize – $40 value (redeemable for event credit, holy objects, or cash)
Except for the top three in each category, all top ten winners receive a prize of $15 value that can be redeemed for cash or event credit.
Our fundraising goal of $8,000 will create a prize fund which encourages our winners to continue their learning and progress in their art knowledge. In this way, our Dzogchen Buddha Path artists will embody the principles of the Dzogchen Lineage in art, for the enjoyment of all and the creation of immeasurable good karma for all beings.
For More Information contact:
Dharma Acharya Mari Evans
2021 Dzogchen Buddha Path Sacred Arts Competition