Society & Culture
Creativity with Cynthia Moku
Today’s episode is with artist, Buddhist practitioner and faculty member at Naropa University, Cynthia Moku. Her work has spanned decades and styles, from traditional Thangka paintings to contemporary pieces, including performance art through her Indelible Presence group retreat environmental pieces, and most recently, The Dakini Map, an integral part of her Pilgrimage Series. It was an absolute delight and honour to speak with her, to hear her insights on creativity, practice and the never-ending exploration of what it means to be human.To see her work visit cynthiamoku.com.
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