Journeys Before Waking at HSU

Multimedia dance performance at Humboldt State University explores meaning in the landscape of dreams: Gist Hall Theatre for five successive evenings at 7:30 pm (NOTE NEW EARLIER TIME!) from Tuesday, September 26, through Saturday, September 30, with a 2 pm. matinee on Sunday Oct. 1. Tickets $10, $8 student/senior, free to HSU students for limited Gist Hall seating. 826-3928. A production of HSU Dept. of Theatre, Film & Dance.

Wednesday, September 13, 2006

More on Photographers

Kevin Peer

Kevin expresses his experience of living with Earth through photography, painting, and documentary filmmaking.

His published work consists mainly of films that he produced and directed for National Geographic and the National Park Service, which have garnered over 40 national and international film festival awards.

For Kevin, digital photography has become a fruitful alchemical playground where heightened perception, the yearning to create numinous visual artifacts, and a fascination for the evolving potential of the medium can be explored freely. "I offer these images as intimations of the brilliantly alive and beautiful planet where we are all doing our dance of awakening. May they help inspire us to apprentice ourselves to the path of living on Earth in a fashion where the lives of all beings can be nurtured and sustained."

For more on Kevin's past work and current projects visit the Institute for Sacred Cinema site.

Rosa Rashall

Rosa is an aromatherapist, gardener, writer, and sometime teacher who expresses her love of Earth through photographic explorations of plants, animals and landscapes. She first encountered the joy of seeing through the camera’s eye on an around-the-world journey that took her through New Zealand, Australia, Southeast Asia, Nepal, India, Europe, Costa Rica, and the United States.

The seed of delight in photography that was planted in these more exotic locations has since flowered here at home, in the Lost Coast Wilderness and in her own garden. Rosa’s intent is for her images to make their way into the wider world, carrying missives of beauty and calm from the ‘Green Realm’ that feeds and sustains her so deeply. In her words: “May these photographs, these flowerscapes and watermovings, delight and inspire others towards an intimate connection with our home planet, our local landscapes, and our own backyards.”

The work of both photographers can also be seen at Lost Coast Studio.


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