Exhibitions are open to the public and free of charge. Visitors are welcome during the open hours of 1:00-5:00pm, Monday to Friday.
In the B123 SW upstairs lounge, features exquisitely detailed arhats created by Venerable Guanxiu, a renowned monk during the Tang Dynasty. The scrolls are part of the DRBU permanent art collection and were last exhibited in 2018.
42 Hands and Eyes
In the Sudhana Center Buddha Hall, features the vibrant mosaics of Carmel artist Carolyn Hanson. This set joins Hanson’s large scale mosaics above the altar and stained glass windows in the side hall.
Selection of Past Exhibitions
In the Moment
The In the Moment exhibition features the exuberant diversity of the Bay Area through the lens of award-winning photographer Ron Fernandez.
News from True Cultivators
The News from True Cultivators exhibition features photographs, newspaper articles, and correspondence from the 800-mile, three steps, one bow pilgrimage undertaken by DRBA President Rev. Heng Sure and DRBU Dean of Academics Martin Verhoeven in 1977.
The Source of Gratitude
The Source of Gratitude exhibition features more than 90 pieces of exquisite art by Japanese women artists Kuniko Sasaki, Waguri Kawaguchi, and Haruko Tsuji. Their work is an aesthetic homage to kami, a belief that all things and beings possess an indwelling sacredness. Through their art, they hope to evoke an understanding of ikei, a renewed respect and love of nature and a spiritual appreciation of our common cosmic harmony.
2023 DRBU Community Art Show
The 2023 DRBU Community Art Show features 43 artists and 83 works, in the B123 SW first-floor lounge. We hope you enjoy the bold ingenuity of our peers and friends in the final exhibition of the 2022-23 academic year.