Singular Butterfly: Resonant Harmonics of Nature’s Architecture

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Sunday, January 13th, 2019 from 1:00 PM- 3:00 PM

Location- Upstairs Conference of the Udall Building, 725 Camino Lejo, Santa Fe, NM 87505

Cost: $30 Member/$35 Not-yet-Member – With the purchase of a ticket to this lecture, you will receive a more traveled copy of Singular Butterfly: Verse 3/3 by Heather Hoeksema. ‘Singular Butterfly’ is also available for purchase, in advance, at Opcit Books. Should you have a copy of the book prior to the talk and wish to attend, a ticket price of $20 Member/ $25 Not-yet-Member is available.

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Based on the book series Singular Architecture by Heather Hoeksema, this lecture will discuss the butterfly effect and the relationship between biodiversity, butterfly migration, and this amazing creature’s ability to pollinate flowers across continents. The singular butterfly is the source of prowess within our natural food system. Heather will lead a discussion about the relationship between fields in nature, and how nature supports human health in general.

About the Lecturer: Ms. Hoeksema will apply her background to shaping an ‘experiential’ class. She’s been traveling over a year, floating in her Airstream, limiting her energy footprint. With a Level One yoga certification and background in making temporal architectural experience she integrates interactive movement into her talks through what she terms ‘air drawing’ exercises. She has taught at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, USC School of Architecture, and Institute of Environmental Intellect… her personal teaching entity dedicated to understanding and facilitating healthy environments.