At the Edible Lotus Night Bazaar, we try to keep you busy — with tasty food and drink, performances, silent auction … and these diversions.
No Talent Required
The diabolical dudes at StudioCypher have done it again! Can you draw a kitten using a circle, a bow-tie, and a curlicue? “No Talent Required” is for artists and non-artists alike, where players try to draw objects one shape at a time — but they don’t have control over what some of those shapes will be!
Henna by Gopi
Gopi is a freelance artist who is apprenticing with his grandmother in the discipline of mehndi (henna skin decoration). Mehndi is a ceremonial art form that originated in ancient India. Originally used primarily as a form of decoration for brides, it is also practiced in association with Hindu festivals such as Diwali, Bhaidooj, Teej, and Eid. Following traditional practice, Gopi only employs natural ground henna and essential oils in his work.
Tarot Card Reading by Scott Kellogg
Scott Kellogg offers safe, fun, and empowering tarot readings that can provide guidance on a variety of topics: spiritual awareness, mental clarity, practical decision-making, and emotional balancing.
“Scott’s reading went straight to the ‘heart’ of the matter with just the right amount of compassionate attachment.” — Janiece Jaffe
“Every time Scott has read tarot for me, it has been accurate. He has helped me understand the lesson I am faced with and how to work through it gracefully.” — Karen Knight
Calligraphy by Yuhzi Lan
A noted painter, Lan’s Chinese calligraphy is related to traditional ink-wash painting by it emphasis on motion. “Calligraphy is sheer life experienced through energy in motion that is registered as traces on silk or paper, with time and rhythm in shifting space its main ingredients.…” — Joan Stanley-Baker