10:00 a.m. Sunday, January 22, 2023
Rebecca Burrill believes our primary language is ecocentric, a kinship bond between humans and Nature. There is a connection between her work on understanding the aesthetics of human kinship language with Nature, and the work of the 60-year-old Findhorn Foundation on the North Sea in Scotland, where, in the 60’s and 70’s the founding members were in communication with Nature Elementals for guidance in growing gardens in the sand dunes. Come and find out what that connection is.
Live at Chapel in the Pines and on Zoom.
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Rebecca R Burrill, EdD, is a dancer, artist, movement-based child developmentalist and educator. From her studies and practice, she has derived an understanding of a primal and primary language, which humans have in kinship with all of Nature. She works with people of all ages in a deep movement-based experience of this kinship language. Her most recent publication is “Art as Ecology: A Mutual Nod.”