Join for a lively discussion on the community resilience we build when we share time making art and music together. As adults and children get more engaged with our electronic devices, the gifts of the stitch & bitch, evenings singing around a campfire or cooking together to support local families are being lost to our communities. Creating art or music together are ancient and incredibly meaningful ways of investing in the people we know and appreciate in our lives.
Presented by: Elizabeth Wilson
Elizabeth Wilson was an adjunct professor in the Peace and Social Justice Department at Pacific University for over 20 years where she developed and led programs for students. She enjoys teaching outside the classroom and has worked in a UN camp for SE Asian refugees, with the Navajo Nation, and for many years leading expeditions in the wilderness. She has studied natural medicine, yoga and meditation for over 30 years, delights in playing and teaching music, being outside, and spending time with family. Elizabeth co-founded and directs Peace Village Global