What do you long to embody?
Dreaming Stone Arts and Ecology Center, located in the traditional land
of the Cherokee People, in the Broad River watershed,
is building strategies for community resilience
and the restoration of biological and cultural diversity.
Do you long to embody a spiritual vitality
tied to the wisdom and regenerative power of the earth?
Do you long to liberate creative expression,
cultural exchange, and defiant joy?
Do you long to propagate sustainable strategies and build community resilience?
Are you ready to grow food?
Inspire the youth?
Build circles of care and healing?
Join us in the journey to build a more just, healthy and beautiful world.
Plant Propagation: 1pm – 5pm Community Meal: 6pm Storysharing: 7 pm Power is often defined as domination, as top-down force over others. But what if power is also something we can grow? Plant propagation is a vital powerful practice of food sovereignty and ecological restoration! It’s also a skill that has a lot to teach us about power that listens […]
Building bioregional literacy, reread sacred scriptures with an ecological lens, rewild our liturgy and build cultural practices that honor the earth. Watershed Discipleship includes learning the history of our place, addressing harm done to human and nonhuman lives, and seeking restorative solidarity with the original inhabitants of the land. Watershed Discipleship means doing to those downstream as you would have […]
In the tradition of Dios de la Muertos and All Souls, Holy Fool Arts will be offering this Ritual of Remembrance on Saturday the 23rd. People are welcome to join a community meal at 6 pm. The ceremony will begin at 7 pm and include reflections from our special guests Ched Myers & Elaine Enns, songs and offerings from Holy […]