The Arts, Nature, and Eco-Consciousness

Announcing dates for August 2018:
Registration opens in April

“The Arts, Nature and Eco-Consciousness”
Open to experienced students/practitioners, as well as to other “Eco-conscious-expressive-arts-interested” newcomers that you may know, who may be looking for an opportunity to be connect with our approach 🙂

  “The Arts, Nature and Eco-Consciousness”
A special topic weekend workshop at Salve Regina University,
being offered through the Expressive & Creative Arts program,
part of the Holistic Graduate Programs.

This class offers an exploration of creative processes
with a focus on new perspectives in the evolving consciousness of all life on the planet.
This class will run Friday – Sunday — AUGUST 3, 4, 5 2018
(Friday 1pm – 5:30pm, Saturday 9:30 – 5:00pm, Sunday 9:30 – 4:00pm)

This class will emphasize a holistic approach  to embodied creativity
that will reflect the essential interconnectedness of all life within the earth community. This weekend workshop is designed to awaken and nourish participants’ creative spirit
and to present foundational material on deep ecology and the role of the creative process in renewing our sacred connection with the environment.

This experiential class includes:
• Self-exploration through image-making, visual arts, sound, movement, storytelling and theatre arts
• Approaches to earth-based mindfulness and contemplative practices
• Introduction to the work of leading visionaries in the field of Reverential Ecology
• Techniques and skills to re-imagine our creative roots
and continue an ongoing expressive dialogue with the natural world
• Practices activating the transformative nature of eco-art experiences
that can be used in the fields of education, human services,
community organizations, and the arts
•Learning to reconnect with our natural environment
and reflect from a holistic view on your relationship to the “web of life.”

Through a hands-on approach to self expression and reverential ecology
participants will engage in self-exploration through the expressive arts
including explorations with visual arts, sound & music, creative movement & theatre arts.



Registration opens in April
offered with non-credit or for Graduate Credit options
For information about  registration, workshop fees
or contact :  program coordinator,

Christopher Carbone   

[email protected]