WISN presents ‘Prayer and Resonance in Paleolithic Painted Caves of Southern France – An Indigenous Science Approach’ in Portugal at the third international multi-disciplinary conference on The Archaeology of Sound.
Archaeoacoustics is the study of how sound and vibration is an intrinsic element of natural and built environments. Since sound and vibration have the power to modify, entrain and transform human consciousness, WISN supports original archaeoacoustic research as an aspect of indigenous science.
As part of Wisdom School’s New Chartres Academy, each year participants meet in the early mornings to share and explore dreams. Using innovative technologies and methodologies, this indigenous dreamwork explores dreams in the collective. The focus of this year’s gathering is “Arithmetica.” To learn more, click here.
Since its inception in 2012, participants from around the world meet each year to explore indigenous dreamwork and reconnect with their their ancestors on these sacred lands during the annual White Lion Leadership Academy. Next year’s Leadership Academy is November 22- December 22, 2017
WISN and the SLC brought together Indigenous Cultural Practitioners and scientists for a historic gathering in Kyrgyzstan this September to find better ways of conserving the critically endangered snow leopards.
Dr. Colorado will be presenting “Indigenous and Western Sciences: At a Crossroads – Can This Relationship be Saved?” at a NOAA (National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration)-affiliated event at the University of Hawai’i, Hilo.
WISN will be attending the 23rd Annual Hawaii Conservation Conference, which allows participants to discover first-hand, the innovative and collaborative ways in which Hawai‘i Island conservation projects come together to protect some of the largest, most endangered, native habitats in Hawai’i.