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Healing Art Project

Keller-Rihn Studio unveils a group exhibition of mandalas, weavings, drawings, sculptures and paintings created in conjunction with the Department for Culture and Creative Development’s new StART Program. The “Healing Art Project” culminates Sunday with an International Women’s Day event featuring illuminated photographs of mandalas, a film by Erik Bosse, a blessing by Coahuiltecan Indian chief Ramon Vasquez y Sanchez, drumming and music by American Indians in Texas (AIT) and a Bharatanatyam dance performance along the San Antonio River Walk (6-9pm Sunday; 100 E. Gunther St.). Floating mandalas will be launched at 7:30pm to sacred chants led by Rick Henderson of Shantikar Kirtan Performance Group.

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