Galleries

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Paul Devereux’s Sacred Geography Series

Gallery One: Where the Great Spirit Sits

In this 5-part series of galleries, we will look at a range of sacred geographies, the mindscapes of past times that can still speak to our souls. The power of sacred place.

This sacred geography is located within the forested wilderness of Whiteshell Provincial Park in the Canadian province of Manitoba. Two areas of focus are explored in this gallery: Tie Creek and Bannock Point. The images show ‘petroforms’ at both locations, which include large-scale abstract and geometric designs and patterns, such as lines, grids, curved and radial settings.  See the gallery »

Inside “Into Sunlight”

An evocative gallery of images from the performance

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author of They Marched Into Sunlight, David Maraniss writes: From the moment I heard that Robin Becker wanted to create a modern dance inspired by my book on Vietnam, I knew that it would be beautiful and interesting, like anything Robin undertakes. However, I wondered how she would connect her choreography to the storylines of the book and how deeply I would feel a connection to what I wrote about and what I would see in the movements on stage. That question dissolved as soon as her wonderful dancers began. From their first piece, I was utterly absorbed, feeling my book in a way that I never had before, and that sensation stayed with me until the night was done.  See the gallery »

A Maker of Things: Hands-On Living in Action

Images by Wendy Jehanara Tremayne

Wendy Jehanara Tremayne was a creative director in a marketing firm in New York City before moving to Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, where she built an off-the-grid oasis in a barren RV park with her partner, Mikey Sklar. This gallery depicts Wendy's lifestyle as a homesteader and shows hands-on living in action!  See the gallery »

A Look Inside

A Gallery of Images from the Filming and Production of Elemental

Elemental tells the story of three individuals united by their deep connection with nature, confronting the most pressing ecological challenges of our time. The film follows Rajendra Singh, a former Indian government official on a 40-day pilgrimage down India’s once pristine Ganges river, working to shut down factories, halt construction of dams, and rouse the Indian public to treat their sacred “Mother Ganga” with respect; Eriel Deranger, an activist from northern Canada who is struggling to fight against the world’s largest industrial development, the Tar Sands, an oil deposit larger than the state of Florida; and Jay Harman, an Australian inventor and entrepreneur who is searching for investors willing to risk millions on his conviction that nature’s own systems hold the key to our world’s ecological problems.  See the gallery »

Icons of Compassion and Service

Br. Robert Lentz

"The Seven Pillars'" exploration of Our Sacred Heritage chronicles the legacy of the prophets of the world’s great religious and indigenous traditions, extending beyond the official mythic figures to include others who also embody numinous aspects of human character. Thus we can more fully appreciate the fullness of our own potential as bearers of the sacred in our culture today.

Brother Robert Lentz' icons are known throughout the world for their message of beauty and peace. While always striving to remain true to the essence of Byzantine iconography, Br. Lentz adapts traditional conventions in order to minister better to the emerging Church. This gallery contains 20 of Br. Lentz' icons, selected to represent a spirit of compassion and service.  See the gallery »

Reciprocity Foundation

Gallery of Images

This inspiring gallery comes from the Reciprocity Foundation, a nonprofit organization founded in 2004 by Taz Tagore and Adam Bucko to help homeless, runaway, and foster care youth from all five boroughs of New York City to realize their full potential. Below the gallery you will find more information on Reciprocity and an excerpt from Adam Bucko's article My God Lives on the Street.  See the gallery »

An Artist Explores “The Seven Pillars”

Said Osio

In this evocative gallery, artist Said Osio offers a visual exploration of "The Seven Pillars" process through the use of neo-sacred imaginal art. Osio's gallery inaugurates a series of creative engagements with "The Seven Pillars" by talented artists.  See the gallery »

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