http://www.susteducation.umn.edu/2015/03/03/the-nile-project-using-music-as-a-tool-to-rethink-watersheds-and-cultivate-sustainability/ The Nile Project: Using music as a tool to rethink watersheds and cultivate sustainability MARCH 3, 2015KATE FLICKEVENTS, FEATURED, GENERALCOMMENTS OFF The stage was dark at Northrop Hall. Then it started. Sophie Nzayisenga from Rwanda is as a queen, a spirit—animate—enticing us in. She and the inanga instrument sang together. The music took over […]
http://www.nature3x.net/symposium/ April 17-18, 2015 U of M Click link for details Nature 3.x: Where is Nature Now? is a multi-disciplinary symposium that considers how the complex global environmental issues of the Anthropocene now challenge our relationship with the environment. The symposium invites a broad audience of artists, writers, design professionals and others to speculate […]
http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/290934.php Mitakuye Owasin. Further recognition of the relatedness of all could reduce loneliness, eh? The link is to an article on loneliness and early mortality from a medical point of view.
In an effort to make Healing Place video content more accessible, two videos have been added to Healing Place Collaborative on vimeo.com: Wicoie Nandagikendan Children at Healing Place event on February 5, 2015 hosted by RiverLife at the University of Minnesota. And An Introduction to the Healing Place Project Healing Place will continue to add […]