Visioning and Art in the Forest with Sarah Folden
October 14, 2023
While exploring the cultural significance and life-cycle of salmon, Sarah’s workshop will relate art to connection with place, honoring this connection, and the land that we are. She will share her perspective on Climate Justice as an indigenous person and member of the Cowlitz Tribe. She will facilitate a salmon painting workshop and the importance of respecting native artwork.
This is the finale of the 3-part workshop series presented, by Thurston Climate Action Team, exploring how art can bring about positive changes in ourselves, our communities, and beyond. Through meditation, ritual, art, and deep listening, we will envision futures where we all can thrive, make art, and support one another in developing our own art for change.
We will explore the question: How can we, as Artists and Change Makers, spark and sustain a creative revolution in Thurston County to create a future where we all can thrive?
Join them for a deep dive into the power of art. We’ll explore the transformative power of art, make art together, and support one another in developing our own art for change.