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Aum Namaste Bookshop
Tuesday, April 7, 2015 - 9:23pm

Raven Keyes has been named best Reiki Master in New York by New York Magazine. She is a regular contributor to Reiki News and a previous contributor to Psychology Today. Raven’s work with Dr. Oz, Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, the NFL, and NBA have been featured in Vogue and W

Tickets are $25.00 (includes copy of the book) • For tickets and info, call (212)260-2866.

Raven Keyes' Web SiteAum Namaste Bookshop

April 2015107 pm
Guest Event (not organized by CRS)
Tuesday, April 7, 2015 - 9:23pm

Raven Keyes has been named best Reiki Master in New York by New York Magazine. She is a regular contributor to Reiki News and a previous contributor to Psychology Today. Raven’s work with Dr. Oz, Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, the NFL, and NBA have been featured in Vogue and W

Tickets are $25.00 (includes copy of the book) • For tickets and info, call (212)260-2866.

Raven Keyes' Web SiteAum Namaste Bookshop

April 2015107 pm
Guest Event (not organized by CRS)
Tuesday, May 5, 2015 - 6:33pm

http://www.satyaprem.com

 

May 2015287 pm
satsang
Tuesday, May 5, 2015 - 6:33pm

http://www.satyaprem.com

 

May 2015287 pm
yoga
Tuesday, April 14, 2015 - 6:44pm

SPRING FEVER IS HERE

START YOUR FAVORITE SEASON OFF WITH A HEALTHY FUN WAY OF IMPROVING LIFESTYLE AND OVER ALL WELLBEING AT THE WANDERING AVATARS WORKSHOP W/ RAVSHIVA

 

http://www.allowyoga.com/#!wanderingavatars-/c15mu

 

May 2015302 – 4 pm
Guest Event (not organized by CRS)
Tuesday, April 14, 2015 - 6:44pm

SPRING FEVER IS HERE

START YOUR FAVORITE SEASON OFF WITH A HEALTHY FUN WAY OF IMPROVING LIFESTYLE AND OVER ALL WELLBEING AT THE WANDERING AVATARS WORKSHOP W/ RAVSHIVA

 

http://www.allowyoga.com/#!wanderingavatars-/c15mu

 

May 2015302 – 4 pm
CRS Presents
Monday, April 6, 2015 - 5:26pm

Nuclear Savage: The Islands of Secret Project 4.1| 2011
A Film by Adam J. Horowitz
in English, 87' 

Featuring recently declassified U.S. government documents, survivor testimony, and unseen archival footage, Nuclear Savage uncovers one of the most troubling chapters in modern American history:  how Marshall islanders, considered an uncivilized culture, were enrolled as human subjects in the top-secret Project 4.1 to study the effects of nuclear fallout on human beings. Despite recent disclosures, the U.S. government continues to deny that the islanders were deliberately used as human guinea pigs. The film follows the islanders today as they continue to fight for justice and acknowledgement of what was done to them. 

Adam J. Horowitz, Director/Producer, will be present. Rick Wayman of the NuclearAge Peace Foundation will discuss the Nuclear Zero lawsuit (30th). The Post-screening discussion will be led by Petuuche Gilbert from the Pueblo of Acoma in NM, President of the Indigenous World Association.

In April 2014, the Republic of the Marshall Islands filed a lawsuit against all nine nuclear weapon states.  See: Nuclearzero.org

Sponsored by: Multicultural Alliance for a Safe Environment, Indigenous World Association, Society for Anthropological Studies, Diné No NukesInternational Indian Treaty CouncilYachay WasiSloths Against Nuclear State.

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/426777247523600/

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April 2015307:30 pm
Sloths Against Nuclear State
Monday, April 6, 2015 - 5:26pm

Nuclear Savage: The Islands of Secret Project 4.1| 2011
A Film by Adam J. Horowitz
in English, 87' 

Featuring recently declassified U.S. government documents, survivor testimony, and unseen archival footage, Nuclear Savage uncovers one of the most troubling chapters in modern American history:  how Marshall islanders, considered an uncivilized culture, were enrolled as human subjects in the top-secret Project 4.1 to study the effects of nuclear fallout on human beings. Despite recent disclosures, the U.S. government continues to deny that the islanders were deliberately used as human guinea pigs. The film follows the islanders today as they continue to fight for justice and acknowledgement of what was done to them. 

Adam J. Horowitz, Director/Producer, will be present. Rick Wayman of the NuclearAge Peace Foundation will discuss the Nuclear Zero lawsuit (30th). The Post-screening discussion will be led by Petuuche Gilbert from the Pueblo of Acoma in NM, President of the Indigenous World Association.

In April 2014, the Republic of the Marshall Islands filed a lawsuit against all nine nuclear weapon states.  See: Nuclearzero.org

Sponsored by: Multicultural Alliance for a Safe Environment, Indigenous World Association, Society for Anthropological Studies, Diné No NukesInternational Indian Treaty CouncilYachay WasiSloths Against Nuclear State.

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/426777247523600/

Learn more Watch trailer

April 2015307:30 pm
Film Screening
Monday, April 6, 2015 - 5:26pm

Nuclear Savage: The Islands of Secret Project 4.1| 2011
A Film by Adam J. Horowitz
in English, 87' 

Featuring recently declassified U.S. government documents, survivor testimony, and unseen archival footage, Nuclear Savage uncovers one of the most troubling chapters in modern American history:  how Marshall islanders, considered an uncivilized culture, were enrolled as human subjects in the top-secret Project 4.1 to study the effects of nuclear fallout on human beings. Despite recent disclosures, the U.S. government continues to deny that the islanders were deliberately used as human guinea pigs. The film follows the islanders today as they continue to fight for justice and acknowledgement of what was done to them. 

Adam J. Horowitz, Director/Producer, will be present. Rick Wayman of the NuclearAge Peace Foundation will discuss the Nuclear Zero lawsuit (30th). The Post-screening discussion will be led by Petuuche Gilbert from the Pueblo of Acoma in NM, President of the Indigenous World Association.

In April 2014, the Republic of the Marshall Islands filed a lawsuit against all nine nuclear weapon states.  See: Nuclearzero.org

Sponsored by: Multicultural Alliance for a Safe Environment, Indigenous World Association, Society for Anthropological Studies, Diné No NukesInternational Indian Treaty CouncilYachay WasiSloths Against Nuclear State.

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/426777247523600/

Learn more Watch trailer

April 2015307:30 pm
CRS gallery
Tuesday, March 31, 2015 - 10:09pm

CRS is honored to present a brief exhibition of works by Yasuka Matsumoto of Japan from April 17 – 20, 2015. The works that Ms. Matsumoto will be sharing all reference the Japanese traditional method of making iron and steel, called Tatara, using charcoal created from the burning of wood.

〜 A story of small iron 〜 

Trees in the forest are transformed into iron and steel by human's hand. That process can be said to concentrate a large forest into small metallic objects. These objects carry the memory of having existed as trees in the forest. When a metal object closes its eyes, it see images and remembers the memory of this past it carries within. The object misses living in the forest and eventually returns there as it rusts and is scattered and carried back to the soil and is finally re-absorbed by the trees and other vegetation.

Profile of Yasuka Matsumoto

I studied sculpture at Tama Art University and experienced using various materials. I was fascinated by the beauty of the original state of each material. Since every material is perfect as it is, I always wanted to use materials in their original condition. Since then, when I create my artwork, I always cherish the original condition of materials and try to be guided by the ways that they are already being transformed by nature and traditional human-directed processes. It is my hope that you will be able to enjoy the objects that I exhibit as both raw materials, interesting for their own inherent natural properties, and as works carefully shaped by an artist to draw attention to certain processes and ideas, to provoke various questions and to enrich the experience of sharing space and time with the object and its journey.

Yasuka Matsumoto graduated from Tama Art University in 2009. This is her first exhibition in New York. She has participated in the following group exhibitions in Japan:

2011 Art Festival at Tama Art University
2010 Art Festival at Tama Art University
2010 Wooden Sculpture Class Exhibition at Tama Art University
2009 Tama Art University Sculpture Exhibition
2007 Graduation Show at Hachioji High School Art Course Specialization 

 

April 201517 – 20all day

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