During this formative period for the Institute for Earth Regenerative Studies, located in the Pacific Cascadia Bioregion, we explore our roots and blossom. We currently offer transdisciplinary programs with many engaging events at the intersection of creativity and innovation, earth restoration and permaculture, and the living wisdom traditions. If you want to study and learn from Nature, awakening your internal capacities and insights, nurturing wholeness, we have something to offer you.
2018 Public Programs of Possibility....
Two Events in October 2018 in Portland with the Institute for Poetic Medicine and John Fox
Public Lecture and Mini-Workshop - John Fox, Institute for Poetic Medicine - Theme "Exploring Epiphany through Poetry and Poem-Making" - October 5th - Friday - 7p at the Multnomah Friends Meeting House - $25 Online Tickets - Tickets for the Friday evening program will also be available at the door.
Weekend Poem-Making Workshop - Theme "Exploring Epiphany through Poetry and Poem-Making" - at Summerlin House in SW Portland - October 5 - 7, 2018. Advanced purchase tickets required for the weekend workshop. Three partial scholarships with applications due by August 1 - email earthregenerative AT gmail D0T com.
Recent Events - Highlights....
- An auspicious river of activity for kindling earth creativity and insight
Public Lecture - Max Dashu - "Matricultures" - May 18, 2018 - 7p to 9:30p at the Multnomah Friends Meeting House ~ Egalitarian matrilineal / matrilocal cultures show a way of being human outside the paradigm of domination. Not a mirror image of patriarchy, but a totally different way of life, in which the life support matrix is the highest good. Societies like these falsify the doctrine that domination is universal and unavoidable. History sibyl Max Dashu draws on her 48 years of research on mother-right in this richly expanded visual talk.
Saturday Workshop and Salon - Max Dashu - "Deasophy: Goddess Wisdom" - May 19, 2018 - 11am to 5:30p at the Community Room of the Kennedy School ~ A daylong visual journey into the female Divine in her many aspects. Talking circle, stories, questions, art salon with music and the Deasophy Coloring Book plus two visual talks.
Interactive Symposium: Liberating Diverse Creativities: The Future of Arts-Based Environmental Education Research, with Kippen, Leetch, & Wood - North American Association for Environmental Education Research Symposium - October 2017
Facilitated Issue Discussion: Land and Place as Principal Investigator: Turning the Research Spiral, with Leetch, Wood, & Kippen - North American Association for Environmental Education Research Symposium - October 2017
Nature Connection Through Outdoor Learning Gardens for all: Diversity and Inclusion - with Susan Gerofsky, Dilafruz Williams, and Judy Bluehorse Skelton - Vancouver, BC, University of British Columbia, Nature and Children Network International Conference - April 2017