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Can you guess the first step in creating with nature?
Zach Pine is a socially-engaged environmental artist whose work connects people of all ages with the natural world through making collaborative ephemeral art with natural materials. He believes that creating a sustainable relationship between humans and the rest of the natural world depends upon our constructive and creative engagement with each other as well as with our shared environment. Striving to create models and methods for collective creativity, he’s helped connect thousands of people to each other and with the natural world, inspiring joyful spontaneity and environmental action.
Let Zach show you how you can serve the earth, others, and yourself through creating sacred art with nature!
Visit Zach and see examples of his art online at naturesculpture.com and earthinyourhands.org
Today on the Art 4 All People airwaves will be having a conversation with Bay Area Artist Zach Pine. We will chat about art, nature,transformation, inspriation, and healing. As well we will talk about his experience at our lastest exhibtions art and healing festival, MUSE: The Art of Transformation and Healing at the Institute for Art and Healing at Commonweal in Bolinas, CA.
From Zach's website
My journey as an artist began during my childhood in Northern California, where I loved to make constructions on the beach from sand, rocks, and seaweed. Throughout my life, I've created art from and in nature as a personal practice. Since 2004 I've focused on the social and environmental dimensions of my art-- hosting group art-making events and workshops, teaching in public and private schools, training teachers and museum staff, and installing hands-on "Create-With-Nature Zones" in parks, schools, museums, and public spaces. My endeavors are in the tradition of social sculpture, in service to nature and to society. Collaboration with other artists, environmentalists, scientists, educators, and parents is key to my work. I strive to create models and methods for collective creativity; to connect people of all ages with each other and with the natural world; and to inspire joy, spontaneity, and environmental action.
"For which one of you, when he wants to build a tower, does not first sit down and calculate the cost to see if he has enough to complete it?" -Luke 14:28
On today's show pastor Brad interviews Zach Diestler, the associate pastor of worship and youth at Living Truth Christian Center in Lafayette, CA. Pastor Zach knows what it's like to "pay a price" for following Jesus and on today's show he tells his story.
“He who loves father or mother more than Me is not worthy of Me; and he who loves son or daughter more than Me is not worthy of Me. And he who does not take his cross and follow after Me is not worthy of Me." -Matthew 10:37-38
With Brothers Marcus& Curtis sharing God's word and sharing the needs of Our Brothers&Sisters in the pine ridge reservation.Please Tune in and Be Bless. Don't forget us in your prayers and please support us by giving a generous donation to provide the necessary needs of our people as God Leads you and Thank You in advance.
Natalie will be Teaching On Fasting and Praying for this new year for The Pine Ridge Resveration ebook short link on fasting https://simplebooklet.com/publish.php?wpKey=8ddrZjMM2v2mqcVxyQoviC#page=0
Gallup research shows that 70% of American workers are either disengaged from work or hate their job. Join us to uncover techniques used by one ofthe nation's leading resiliency building firms to improve workforce productivity. Zach Stone, Chief Strategy Officer, Red Kite Project shares his expertise on fostering healthy culture, creating meaning, and top mistakes that get in the way of organizational success.
Zach Stone, Chief Strategy Officer, Red Kite Project
Red Kite Projects help innovative companies in healthcare, transit and crisis management fields that struggle with employee burnout, high absenteeism, and performance problems, so they can improve the resiliency of their workforce, and improve their bottom line.
Zach Stone holds a degree in Counseling and Behavioral Health from Drexel University and certificates in crisis intervention, victim/offender conferencing, addiction studies, and human services. He specializes in resiliency building, conflict management, and violence prevention. Zach Stone has spent the last decade as a mediator, facilitator, and corporate trainer and coach. He has worked in a variety of environments including the prison system, government, universities, NPO's, and corporations. He has presented lectures and workshops on a variety of topics to many organizations, including the International Coaching Federation, the Association for Conflict Resolution, and University of Pennsylvania. He is on staff at Drexel University in the Behavioral Health Counseling department.
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