Prof. (Murshida) Stephanie Nuria Sabato

Professor (Murshida) Stephanie Nuria Sabato’s studies of world religions have taken her on spiritual pilgrimages throughout Europe, the Middle East, and India. Nuria has been a Sufi initiate for nearly three decades, and has dedicated herself to a Path of inner study and outward service to the Sufi Message of Hazrat Inayat Khan. She holds a seat on the Pir-o-Murshid Council of the International Sufi Movement. Nuria is responsible for the Esoteric Inner School in the USA and the Brother/Sisterhood Work for the Movement in Western Hemisphere as well as holding a seat on the Executive Committee. His Eminence Khamtrul Rinpoche is her personal guide and teacher within the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, and she has been blessed with initiations by His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama, Achok Rinpoche, Ribur Rinpoche, and Rabjam Rinpoche. In 1997 Nuria co-founded the Jamtse Tsokpa Foundation-Association of Compassion. The Foundation raises and distributes aid to exiled Tibetan refugees. Her work has received recognition by His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Professionally, Nuria has been involved in the education of artists and designers for over twenty-five years. The American Institute of Graphic Artists has acknowledged her work with the AIGA Fellow lifetime achievement award. Nuria has been honored by the Fulbright Foundation as a Fulbright Scholar appointed to Morocco. The Visual Poetics of Morocco: Professor (Murshida) Stephanie Nuria Sabato, will present visually stunning mini-movies set to Moroccan music will be shown of the great historic cities of Morocco giving context to the diverse visual language of the country. The visual and applied arts of Morocco hold an ancient imprint of a rich indigenous culture as well as cultural influences of Arabia, France, and Spain. This evening, like Morocco, promises to offers a richly woven multi-culture experience. 

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