What: Dusk to Dawn, a nighttime tour of your human animal
When: Saturday, June 14, 8 p.m. to 4:30 a.m.
Where: UBC’s Eco Culture Centre, 969 Raymer Rd., Kelowna
Registration: $100 by June 6 (limited to 15 people)
Dusk to Dawn is an overnight workshop where participants reconnect with their human animal through primordial ways of knowing. Everyone will witness the rise and fall of the sun and moon, share a midnight meal, stories, practical lessons, a campfire and perhaps welcome creatures of the night.
Dusk to Dawn takes place Saturday, June 14, from 8 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. at UBC’s Eco Culture Centre, 979 Raymer Rd., Kelowna. Registration is $100, and limited to 15 participants. Contact email@example.com
The evening’s events are led by Lori Mairs, who lives in a companion-species relationship with the Woodhaven Nature Conservancy. Her exchange with this wild preserve is centred in primal knowledge, including insights into dreams, intuition, serendipity and animate perceptions. Mairs holds a master’s degree in visual arts from UBC’s Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies.
Dusk to Dawn is held in conjunction with the Eco Art Incubator and the Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies.