Mysteries of the Amazon
Visionary Artwork of Pablo Amaringo and his Students
Thursday, January 17, 2019
5:00PM - Kendall Auditorium - Yakima Valley College
Uncovering Nature’s Great Mystery of Art, Mathematics & Science
Scott Olsen, CF Professor Emeritus of Philosophy and Religion, College of Central Florida, will share his visionary golden ratio insights into nature and stunning shamanic artwork collected while working with Mestizo ayahuasqueros in the Amazonian rainforest of Peru.
5:45PM - 7:30PM Larson Gallery
Enjoy demonstrations by visiting artists and musicians: Mita Lozano & Alfredo Zagaceta, artists and students of Pablo Amaringo; Matthew Pallamary, shamanic drummer and author; Mauro Reategui, an artist and student of Pablo Amaringo and a musician and shaman.
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