EXHIBITIONS ON THE INTERSECTION OF BUDDHISM AND SCIENCE
Interactive exhibitions share the monastic science leaders’ perspective on topics salient to the intersection of Buddhism and Western science. The exhibitions are created by the monastic science leaders working with museum professionals from the Smithsonian Institution and the Exploratorium.
My Earth, My Responsibility
Collaborative perspectives of modern and Buddhist science on climate change – our shared responsibility.
The exhibition was created by the 2nd cohort of Sager Science Leadership under the guidance of staff members from the The Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Access. (more..)
World of Your Senses
Parallel perspectives from Buddhism and western science on sensory perception.
The exhibit script, content, and imagery were envisioned by the 1st cohort of the Sager Science Leadership Institute. (more..)
First Science Exhibition
An interactive exhibition focused on six questions of common interest to both Buddhism and science.
Created by the 1st cohort of the Sager Science Leadership Institute, the exhibition coincides with the year-long commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Tibetan peoples’ uprising and the arrival of the Tibetan people and establishment of the Tibetan government in exile. (more..)