Kristin Horrigan is an improviser, choreographer, performer and teacher based in southern Vermont. She holds an MFA in choreography from Ohio State University and has taught and performed contact improvisation at festivals and universities in the USA, Germany, Japan, and Argentina.
KARL CRONIN is a singer, composer and movement artist based in San Francisco. His work is rooted in ongoing, movement-based research, and emphasizes the seamless connection between movement and music as a unified system for exploring, articulating, and healing.
Joshua Freund is a natural builder and story-teller. You will find his work in homesteads, eco-villages, co-housing units, and retreat centers all around the Pioneer Valley. He was recently the mason's assistant for Hungry Ghost's new bread oven. He loves to share in a way of building that is engaging, connective and often times hilarious.
Ashley Schenk is a natural builder extraordinaire who has taught Earth Oven workshops in Massachusetts, New York, and Vermont. He strives to cultivate the sacred and the spontaneous in all his workshops.
A benefit for the Julius Ford / Harriet Tubman Healthy Living Community
Come celebrate with us and support this vital community project!
THE JULIUS FORD/HARRIET TUBMAN HEALTHY LIVING COMMUNITY is an intergenerational collective of educators, activists, artists, community builders, creating opportunities to to work together with underserved youth toward critical thinking, healthy living and co-creating the communities we want to live in.
Each year we gather at EARTHDANCE CREATIVE LIVING for a week-long intensive.
Summer Focus: Social Sustainability
At each Sustainability Sunday we focus on one of the four pillars of the ecovillage model: ecological, social, economic, and spiritual/cultural sustainability. These Sunday events include learning labs, playful activity, a potluck and in-depth discussions on each dimension of what it means to be a sustainable community.
An evening created and performed by dancers Chris Aiken and Angie Hauser and musician Mike Vargas.
$5 suggested donation
Call 610-425-7672 for more information.
The Nomadic College opens it's doors to the public.
The Nomadic College faculty will offer lectures to the public over the course of three Tuesday evenings in June. Suggested donation of 5$ for all visitors to our community events. Please pre-register at least two days ahead if you stay for a meal: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org subject: meal reservation + date
Food for Movers: what does the science say?
Tuesday June 12, 8:30pm by Sebastian Grubb