Inner Fields is a roaming community events project which occurs in various unique sites across the United States. These communal gatherings explore Buddhist and Taoist philosophy through music, art, meditation and ritual, and emphasize our inseparable, ecological relationship to each other and our environment. Created and hosted by artist Elaine Su-Hui, these gatherings are often presented in collaboration with a diversity of artists, musicians and teachers and are offered by dana ('free will giving') or sliding scale. All are welcome regardless of faith, orientation, background or experience. For email invitations to upcoming gatherings, simply add your name to our Community

The Inner Fields Studio is the home of artist Elaine Su-Hui who makes prints and drawings exploring ecology and consciousness through a Buddhist and Taoist lens. The primary focus of her work is to nurture each viewer's innate, natural wisdom and offer a reminder of our interdependent relationship with each other and the planet. Please visit the Studio for more information about upcoming market dates and studio visits.

Mission/Vision: Inner Fields aims to cultivate meaningful insights through direct experience and true community connection, and hopes to provide an artistic counterpoint to the hyperactivity and materialism of our current contemporary culture. The Inner Fields Community is one based in wisdom, kindness, generosity and inclusivity.

Featured Press: New York Times: 'A Nature-Inspired Drawing Event - with a Dance Twist' by Ashley Hoffman, Feb. 8, 2016