September 8th will be our first TAS monthly meeting after our summer break. Lots of exciting things happened during this summer and I hope we'll see you on the 8th, where you can find out about these various activities and learn what's planned for this year.
Date: Tuesday, September 8th, 7 PM
Location: Kit Carson Electri - 118 Cruz Alta Rd, Taos
Title: "Thinking like a Watershed"
Speaker: Jack Loeffler, recipient of Excellence in the Arts by the Governor.
Jack will address the importance of shifting out of a frame of reference dominated by geo-political boundaries and into a sphere of reference that includes clusters of related issues, topics, and notions that emanate from within the respective watershed or habitat. He will play examples of points of view and music of indigenous peoples and bio-philosophers he’s recorded over the years.
Loeffler advocates grass roots activism in reshaping the destiny of habitat from within, and the profound importance of decentralization of political power, a condition born of anthropocentrism run amok.
Join other TAS members and our speaker for dinner prior to the meeting at Antonio's, at 5:00 PM.
Please RSVP to Dorothy Wells if you're able to join us for dinner.
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