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Shows re: photography


June 6th, 2014

The Art of Sacred Activism

an interview with Filiz Telek

Filiz TelekFiliz Telek is a social artist, process designer, poet/writer, community organizer and a transition host whose purpose is to serve the transition of the humanity and the planet to the new paradigm by awakening a sense of possibility and sacred in human heart and spirit. Her photography – especially of the people in their most vulnerable and authentic expressions – is a reflection of her love for the world. She sees and shows beauty. Because amidst the ongoing chaos of our times, committing acts of beauty is necessary to keep sane.

Filiz speaks with joanna about: falling in love with the earth; sacred activism; seeding holistic communities in Turkey; activating the collective heart intelligence; a strong energetic shift at Gezi Park; loyal to one’s calling; an experiment in gift economy; “the brave new world emerging”.

 

”I Can’t Sit Still”, original music by Evarusnik

http://www.evarusnik.com/Home.html

 

 

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August 31st, 2012

The Vessel of Your Life

an interview with Lisl Dennis

Lisl Dennis is an author, lecturer, TV host, educator, and foreign travel tour leader.
Her worldwide career as a travel and decorative arts photographer, travel writer, and  tour leader has garnered a rich spectrum of images, impressions and experiences from a diversity of cultures.
With over 40 years experience guiding and teaching the creative process in the flux of foreign cultures, Lisl brings her stories, wit and wisdom forward in STORYSHARDS: Re-form the Vessel of Your Life. As an inspirational multimedia program, it highlights her stories and imagery of pilgrimage and ceremony from cultures around the world.

http://www.storyshards.info/index.html

Lisl speaks with Joanna about exoticism: pluralistic, multicultural love of beauty; “without imagination, we don’t have anything”; “Story Shards”: a vessel of meaning; chaos and complexity: living in a non linear world; aesthetics in service; engaged creativity…

music: “Ranolan Masun” (from “World Network – Uzbekistan”) by Munadjat Yulchieva & Ensemble Shavkat Mirzaev

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October 28th, 2011

The Organic Internet

an interview with Martha Llano

Speaker at Bioneers 2011 (San Rafael, CA)

Martha Elena Llano Serna is a graphic designer, documentary photographer, and expert in strategic thinking for environmental conservation. She is the founder of “SENTIR”, an educational project about endangered species and ecosystems that has become a Foundation which promotes sustainable development in Colombia. She has lived in the Colombian Pacific (Pijiba), helping to identify photographically the Humpback Whale. She lives in El Robledal Nature Preserve, where she works in environmental conservation, ecotourism and actively supports local networks.

http://www.sentir.org/
http://www.bioneers.org/conference

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December 24th, 2009

Exposing Violence Against Women and Girls

an interview with Paula Allen

is a New York Photographer whose internationally known work focuses primarily on women and girls whose outsider status places them within larger social struggles. She has had photos in U. S. News and World Report, The New York Times Magazine, Newsweek, The London Independent Magazine, Ms. Magazine, Paris Match, The Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine, Art In America and others.

Over the past 18 years, Paula Allen has been photographing international events: The Birth of Solidarity in Poland (1981), The European Nuclear Disarmament Movement (1982), The Dismantling of the Berlin Wall (1989), and the Defeat of Chilean Dictator General Pinochet (1989).

As a documentary photographer, Paula Allen’s dedication has been to record with her photos and also her words, the histories of women.

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October 20th, 2009

Travels with the Black Madonna

an interview with Joan Brooks Baker

Joan Brooks Baker is a career photographer. Her work has been shown in many places including The United Nations. She has lived in Santa Fe for 25 years. She also loves New York where she was born and brought up. Joan Brooks Baker has been traveling the world investigating the mysteries of the Black Madonna. In this interview she speaks of the dark feminine and tells us how that wisdom and mystery has influenced her work, particularly in her portraits of women. Recently she gave a keynote presentation on the subject at the Spanish Colonial Art museum in Santa Fe. [More from Baker’s website]

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