Kwel’ Hoy: Opening Event and Reception
Please join us for an evening of ceremony, songs, brief talks, and a reception on the occasion of the opening of Kwel’ Hoy: Many Struggles, One Front, an exhibition that celebrates and connects communities protecting water, land, and our collective future.
Totem Pole Journey Event at the Ramapough Lenape Prayer Camp
Saturday, April 21, 12pm – 3pm Public event @ Split Rock Sweetwater Prayer Camp 95 Halifax Rd, Mahwah, NJ 07430 Over the last 6 years, the House of Tears Carvers
Keynote: Fossil Free Fest
A week of music, art, food, film screenings, conversation and workshops carving out a dedicated and open space to dig deep into the ethics and complexities of funding art and education with fossil fuel money and to imagine a #FossilFreeCulture.
The Natural History Museum and the Future of Nature with Beka Economopoulos and Dan Kammen
This talk will explore how The Natural History Museum leverages the symbolic and infrastructural power of science museums to transform them into vital infrastructures for environmental progress, champions of science for the common good, and advocates for a just and sustainable future.