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Join us for a unique “Gratitude Gathering” through film, art and music. Renowned filmmaker, Louie Schwartzberg (Fantastic Fungi) will show his latest film, Gratitude Revealed, followed by an exquisite “Art in Motion” display by Alex and Allison Grey, only to be topped off by the soul-shaking music of Rob Garza (Thievery Corporation). A delight of sight & sound!
In addition to being fully immersed in film, art and music, these innovators and friends will lead the audience in a burst of deep reflection on the purpose and practice of gratitude as a modality for global healing.
Get ready to be inspired, feel deeply and connect in a powerful way. Plus, we expect this will be a lot of fun!
LOUIE SCHWARTZBERG (Fantastic Fungi, Moving Art, Gratitude Revealed) Director Louie Schwartzberg is best-known for his time-lapse art and films, but the films are not the story. His story and his truth are what make the films possible. Known as the pioneer of time-lapse photography, Louie is on a mission to share the beauty and intelligence of nature to protect the planet and create a better future. He believes this is how we’ll change the world.
ALEX & ALLISON GREY (CoSM) This powerful art duo co-founded CoSM and have been sharing art with each other and the world together for most of their lives. Best known for their depictions of the body that provide a multi-dimensional “x-ray” of anatomical, psychic and spiritual forces. For many people the Greys' visionary art presents icons of the psychedelic mystical experience.
ROB GARZA (Thievery Corporation) Known as one half of the legendary electronic duo Thievery Corporation, Rob Garza has been DJ'ing and exploring more his love of electronic music embracing more nu-disco, boogie and deep house. Influenced by his involvement with La Santanera and Canibal Royal in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico. His sets and remixes reflect another side not typically associated with the Thievery sound.
Peter Jay Sharp Theatre
Expected Run Time is 165 minutes