Loading…
Friday, February 9 • 3:15pm - 4:45pm
Water Bodies: An Interactive Journey with Artists and Engineers

Sign up or log in to save this to your schedule and see who's attending!

Follow a water adventure through the body, from nature into our cities, using movement, dance, music and engineering. Embody and explore how water moves through natural and unnatural systems. Conclude with a somatic reflection on personal and communal water use now and generate an embodied vision for our future.

Speakers
avatar for Allison Caw

Allison Caw

Spacious Being
Allison Caw is a performing artist, healer, vocalist, writer and meditator. She earned an MFA from Naropa University and is a 2nd Degree Reiki Practitioner in the Usui tradition. The evolution of human consciousness as a catalyst for lasting change and its role in eco/social justice... Read More →
avatar for Greg Rulifson

Greg Rulifson

Executive Branch, S&T Policy Fellowships
As a structural engineer, I hope to use my understanding of risks, earthquakes, and buildings to help make communities safer. I have taught in a Humanitarian Engineering program, worked as a structural engineer, and researched how engineering students think about social responsibility... Read More →
avatar for Maren Waldman

Maren Waldman

Maren Waldman ~ dance & healing arts
Maren Waldman is a dance artist, educator, and entrepreneur who has studied the body in motion for over two decades. Maren is active with her current project, Postcards to the Earth (www.postcardstotheearth.com), and Global Water Dances, an international, biennial celebration of water... Read More →


Friday February 9, 2018 3:15pm - 4:45pm
SEEC S125

Attendees (14)