On Saturday, November 20th, the No Eyes Viewing Wall at Brooklyn Zen Center will be hosting a new show, Sweetcake Enso. The show, which originated at the Empty Hand Zen Center in New Rochelle in October, is actually a series of exhibitions that will be traveling to various Zen Centers across the country over the next several months. Brooklyn will be the next stop on this tour. The opening celebration will take place on the evening of the 20th, from 6:00 - 8:00pm (after the one-day sit). Tea and cookies will be served. According to Catherine Seigen Spaeth, the show's organizer, Sweetcake Enso represents "an entirely new conception of art making and exhibition as practice," in which local sangha and international artists respond to the traditional form of the Enso, the iconic Zen "circle" (seen above in a sumi ink drawing by Max Gimblett). Catherine will be co-curating the Brooklyn event with Noah Fischer. For more information about the exhibitions, please visit the Sweetcake Enso website. Those in our tradition may also be particularly interested in this essay by Catherine about the teacher/student relationship between San Francisco Zen Center teacher Michael Wenger and the artist Max Gimblett, or this essay by Rafe Martin on Dogen's fascicle "Gabyo," or "Painting of a Rice Cake."