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Adult Education & Spiritual Formation: Where Art Meets the Earth, Part 1 of 2

May 2 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

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Where Art Meets the Earth: A look at the intersection of climate change and environment with the Arts.

Join us for part one of a two-part discussion of how several artists are using their gifts to help us see the world with new insight. Please sign up for these Live Zoom Events!

PLEASE REGISTER BELOW to receive a secure Zoom link to join both events.

Part 1: Sunday, May 2 at 11:30 am – Greg Dalton, radio & podcast host and founder of the Commonwealth Club’s Climate One, will give a brief update on current Climate One events and reflect on his conversation with internationally renowned artist Ai WeiWei several years ago. Clips of that event will kick off our Q&A session with Greg.

Part 2: Sunday, May 16 at 11:30 am – Former Lines Ballet dancer & Ballet Master and landscape-embedded artist Meredith Webster will join us for a discussion of how our bodies and the way we use them express and affect our connection to the earth. Meredith will speak briefly on her relationship to environmental issues with a Q&A session afterwards. This program will include showing of the moving, five-minute dance film Meredith created during a month-long residency at the Jackson (WY) Art Center and the words she wrote to accompany that piece. Please note that this work contains nudity as an artistic expression.

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Date:
May 2
Time:
11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Cost:
Free
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Adult Education & Spiritual Formation: Where Art Meets the Earth Thank you for registering for "Where Art Meets the Earth: A look at the intersection of climate change and environment with the Arts." Join us for a two-part discussion of how several artists are using their gifts to help us see the world with new insight. Please sign up for these Live Zoom Events! Part 1: Sunday, May 2 at 11:30 am – Greg Dalton, radio & podcast host and founder of the Commonwealth Club’s Climate One, will give a brief update on current Climate One events and reflect on his conversation with internationally renowned artist Ai WeiWei several years ago. Clips of that event will kick off our Q&A session with Greg. Part 2: Sunday, May 16 at 11:30 am – Former Lines Ballet dancer & Ballet Master and landscape-embedded artist Meredith Webster will join us for a discussion of how our bodies and the way we use them express and affect our connection to the earth. Meredith will speak briefly on her relationship to environmental issues with a Q&A session afterwards. This program will include showing of the moving, five-minute dance film Meredith created during a month-long residency at the Jackson (WY) Art Center and the words she wrote to accompany that piece. Please note that this work contains nudity as an artistic expression.
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