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Educators will view the newest exhibition at Nova Southeastern University’s Museum of Art | Fort Lauderdale entitled Wari: Pre-Inca Lords of Peru. Participate in a short hands-on art demonstration, gather educational resources, enjoy a Docent Tour, sample Peruvian snacks, and enter a drawing to win Wari themed prizes. Stay late for the lecture series at 7pm.
Free admission for Teachers and Professors .
Blending the sweetness of story with savory culinary adventures, Kanner combines elements of humor, spirituality, cultural food traditions, current science about health and diet, and seasonal recipes in a wildly delicious read. Ellen Kanner’s stories, centered around the seasons and the moods they evoke, nudge us to think and feel more deeply about how we live now.
About the author:
Ellen Kanner is the “Meatless Mondays” blogger at HuffingtonPost and contributes to publications including BonAppetit, Vegetarian Times, and Every Day with Rachael Ray. She is active in numerous food-based social projects, such as Slow Food Miami, and lives in Miami, FL
You must purchase a book at Books & Books in the Museum to enter the signing line.
Lecture with Barbara Biziou and Phillip Elton Collins.
For centuries indigenous people have known the power of ritual and ceremony to support changes in life transitions. They have incorporated mythic structures, art, music and storytelling into their daily lives. Barbara and Phillip will be sharing how the Wari might have created special rituals for healing, celebration and to move into altered states of consciousness in order to enhance communication with the spirit world.