upcoming events and performances

Below is a list of Drew's upcoming and past performances and events. 

IONS 16th International Conference

The SCIENCE of BEING, The SPIRIT of COMMUNITY

Jul 22, 2015

Location:

Hilton Oak Brook Hills Resort near Chicago

Description:

IONS 16TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

Please join us for

The SCIENCE of BEING
The SPIRIT of COMMUNITY

July 22–26, 2015, Hilton Oak Brook Hills Resort near Chicago
Twitter / Facebook hashtag: #IONS2015Conference

Join Drew Dellinger as he shares the stage with Barbara Marx Hubbard, Edgar Mitchell, Don Miguel Ruiz, Marianne Willisamson and others at this stellar event.

Picture yourself at an inspiring gathering of fellow explorers and like-minded friends. The menu of options speaks to your deepest passions, and luminaries from science, the environment, and wisdom traditions spark new insights. Music, dance, conversations that matter, and exercises that help deepen your experience are woven into a rich tapestry of renewal and transformation. You share your dreams and your vision, find inspiration, celebrate, reorient toward your deepest purpose, and take away tools you can immediately apply in your work and your everyday life.

Edgar Mitchell’s direct experience transformed his life and inspired him to found IONS. As he puts it now, “What the Apollo Program did for outer space, IONS is doing for inner space.”

 

Web Link:

http://www.noetic.org/conference2015

The Mountaintop Vision: Martin Luther King's Cosmology of Connection

Apr 06, 2013

Location:

Kaiser Center, Oakland, CA

Description:

The Mountaintop Vision: Martin Luther King’s Cosmology of Connection

with Drew Dellinger and Special Guests, Belvie Rooks, Rev. Deborah L. Johnson, Paul Hawken, Rev. Osagyefo Sekou, Louie Schwartzberg and Jennifer Johns

 

To mark the 45th anniversary of Dr. King’s assassination we will come together to assess his legacy, celebrate his vision, and explore the relevance of his work in our times. We will also examine ecological and cosmological dimensions of King’s vision that have been largely overlooked—until now. You won’t want to miss this one-of-a-kind event! 

 
Join us! (No one turned away for lack of funds.)
 

Tickets: $23

(All proceeds support the work of Planetize the Movement and The Mountaintop Vision Project.)
 

Saturday April 6, 2013, 7:00 p.m. (doors open at 6:00 p.m.)

Location: The Kaiser Center

300 Lakeside Drive, Oakland, California 94612

19th Street BART (exit 20th Street and Broadway and walk 3 blocks towards Lake Merritt). 

Parking: Free in the Kaiser Center garage.

Music provided by Oakland’s own DJ Aebldee

Web Link:

https://ptm.ticketbud.com/mountaintop

The Power of Art to Planetize the Movement

Drew Dellinger, Luka Lesson, and Danielle Drake-Burnette

Mar 23, 2012 07:00 pm

Location:

1414 South Harbour Way, Suite 1010, Richmond, CA

Description:

 

 

Gate 2 & Gate Transformational Story Conference

Transform the World by Transforming Entertainment & Media

Feb 04, 2012

Location:

Saban Theatre, Beverly Hills, CA

Description:

  Drew will be performing at both Gate 2 and Gate Story Conference.

LINEUP: Featured presenters include Eckhart Tolle, Jim Carrey, Don Miguel Ruiz, Marianne Williamson, Jean Houston, Barbara Marx Hubbard, Edward James Olmos, Duane Elgin, GATE founder John Raatz and many others. The emcee is comedian Louie Anderson.

ABOUT: GATE, the Global Alliance for Transformational Entertainment, is a nonprofit professional membership community dedicated to fostering the creation, development and distribution of entertainment and media that enlighten, inform and transform our world. GATE's two big annual events - both fundraisers -- are coming up on February 4th GATE 2 is a gala celebration of transformational entertainment and media, with presenters, performers and special surprises to entertain, inspire and inform. Featured presenters include Eckhart Tolle, Jim Carrey, Don Miguel Ruiz, Marianne Williamson, Jean Houston, Barbara Marx Hubbard, Edward James Olmos, Duane Elgin, GATE founder John Raatz and many others. The emcee is comedian Louie Anderson. The GATE Transformational Story Conference is a working session focused on transformational storytelling and the transformational arc for authors,Nscreenwriters, producers, directors -- anyone interested in the transformational genre. Featured presenters include James Bonnet, Drew Dellinger, Jean Houston, Kurt Engfehr, Jeremy Kagan, Mark Matousek, Louie Schwartzberg, Norman Seeff and many others.

The Story Conference runs from 9-AM to 5-PM.
GATE 2 takes place from 6:30 to 11:00 in the evening.
Complete details and ticket purchase information can be found at www.gatecommunity.org.

Web Link:

www.gatecommunity.org

The Galactic Tour

Love Letter to the Milky Way Book Tour

Dec 27, 2011 2/18/2012

Description:


 

Drew will be touring the galaxy (or at least this corner of it) to launch the BRAND NEW EDITION of love letter to the milky way, out now on White Cloud Press. Come see Drew at one of these events, and support Drew's work by giving copies of love letter to the milky way as the perfect gift!

TOUR SCHEDULE

Check back often for updates, as new dates/events are being added on a regular basis!

 

Web Link:

http://www.lovelettertothemilkyway.com/

Local Author Series

Mill Valley Library

Dec 15, 2011 07:00 pm

Location:

375 Throckmorton Avenue, Mill Valley, CA, 94941

Description:

Local Author Series - Drew Dellinger

 

Date: 12/15/2011 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Cost: Free
Location: Creekside Room
375 Throckmorton Ave
Mill Valley, California 94941

Local Author Series
Many distinguished writers live and work in Mill Valley, drawing inspiration from the community’s rich intellectual and natural resources.

 

Web Link:

http://millvalleylibrary.org/index.aspx?recordid=10680&page=1200

Love Letter to the Milky Way: A Celebration

Dec 09, 2011

Location:

The Lakeside Theater at the Kaiser Center

Description:

Get tickets now for you and your friends before they sell out!

Tickets are $15 and includes a free copy of love letter to the milky way!

December 9, 2011, 7:30 pm

Location: The Lakeside Theater at the Kaiser Center
300 Lakeside Drive, Oakland, California 94612
19th Street BART (exit 20th Street and Broadway and walk 3 blocks towards Lake Merritt).
Parking: Free in the Kaiser Center garage

Event: 7:30pm-9:30pm
Doors Open at 6:00pm for a no-host Happy Hour Mixer with delicious food and drink. Music provided by Oakland's own DJ Aebldee 

After Party: Oakland Box Theater 10 Year Reunion from 9:30pm until 1:30am with all your local favorites performing or showing in the new Oakland Box Theater and Gallery space at the Kaiser Center. Free to all book launch event attendees.

Web Link:

http://lovelettercelebration.eventbrite.com/

Wild Language: An Evening of Poetry, Imagery, & Activism

With Drew Dellinger, Osprey Orielle Lake, and Mary Reynolds Thompson

Nov 17, 2011

Location:

Studio 333, 333 Caledonia Street, Sausalito

Description:

Wild Language: An Evening of Poetry, Imagery & Activism

With Drew Dellinger, Osprey Orielle Lake, and Mary Reynolds Thompson

Thursday, November 17, 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Place: Studio 333, 333 Caledonia St, Sausalito

No host bar. $15 Entrance Fee (entitles you to the

book of your choice).

 

Drew Dellinger is an internationally sought-after speaker, poet, writer, and teacher who has inspired minds and hearts around the world, performing poetry and keynoting on justice, ecology, cosmology, and compassion. “Love Letter to the Milky Way” is a small book of poems that could change your life.

www.drewdellinger.org

 

Osprey Orielle Lake is a lifelong advocate of social and environmental justice issues. She is the Director of the Women’s Earth and Climate Caucus and on the international team for the Global Alliance for the Rights of Nature. Osprey has traveled to five continents studying ancient and modern cultures while making presentations at international conferences and universities. Her book “Uprisings for the Earth: Reconnecting Culture with Nature” earned a 2011 Nautilus Book Award.

www.ospreyoriellelake.com

 

Mary Reynolds Thompson is a passionate advocate of wildness. A facilitator of poetry and journal therapy, she is founder of Reclaiming the Wild Soul and serves on the core faculty of the Therapeutic Writing Institute. Her book “Embrace Your Inner Wild:52 Reflections for an Eco-Centric World” is part of a unique program of ecological spirituality. www.reclaimingthewildsoul.com

 

Pre-Register: www.embraceyourinnerwild.com

Walk-ins also welcome

Web Link:

https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=297372093620406

Plenary Address: Science and Nonduality Conference 2011

Oct 22, 2011 4:30pm

Location:

San Rafael, CA

Description:


In this talk Drew Dellinger will engage the topic of nonduality through the lenses of poetry, justice and cosmology. Drew will weave together insights, stories and poems that speak to our ontological oneness, the creativity of the cosmos, and the poetics of timelessness.

In addition, Dellinger will present the vision of radical connection in the work of Martin Luther King Jr. Though this aspect of King’s vision has often been overlooked, Drew will show that King was in fact a kind of early ‘systems thinker,’ with a proto-ecological vision of “the interrelated structure of all reality.” In King’s cosmology everything is connected and “the universe is on the side of justice.”

Drew will also touch on the nature of time and timelessness in poetry, and how poets use words to express the fractal nature of time, its transparency, and the brilliance of the present moment.

 

Web Link:

http://www.scienceandnonduality.com/index.shtml

Equinox at Esalen - workshop with Drew Dellinger

Living the New Story: Cosmology, Justice, Poetry and the Planet

Sep 23, 2011 09/25/2011

Location:

Esalen Institute, Big Sur, CA

Description:

Join Drew Dellinger at Esalen in the beautiful area of Big Sur, California for an amazing workshop "Living the New Story: Cosmology, Justice, Poetry, and the Planet". Sept. 23-25, 2011

*NEWSFLASH!: This workshop will include a "surprise" presentation by Drew and the incredible Richard Tarnas, author of The Passion of the Western Mind and Cosmos and Psyche.

For registration and information: http://webapp.esalen.org/workshops/9770 

 

 

Web Link:

http://webapp.esalen.org/workshops/9770

Vanishing Art

An Intimate Festival of What May Be

Aug 24, 2011 08/28/2011

Location:

New Lebanon, New York

Description:

The Vanishing Art Festival will gather a community of visual and performance artists, as well as poets, philosophers, and thinkers of all kinds, to explore and practice the "poeticization" of life and art. The aim is to quicken the return of a more hermetic, cosmological, and magical imagination to life's meaning and to the culture of art.

Many well-known and established artists from across the region and nation plan to participate, including Robert Kelly, Dorothea Rockburne, David Levi Strauss, Carolee Schneemann, Drew Dellinger, Wendy Tremayne, Phong Bui, Raymond Foye, Sterrett Smith, Charles Stein, Bisan Toron, Fred Johnson, Robin Becker, Yuval Ron, Yakov Rabinovich, Meryl Gross, Charlotte Mandell, George Quasha, Susan Quasha and Pir Zia Inayat-Khan. Christopher Bamford and Peter Lamborn Wilson will host.

Web Link:

http://www.sevenpillarshouse.org/calendar/item/vanishing_art/

Keynote Presentations -- CSC Annual Event in Chicago, June 16-20

Living Sustainably As Spiritual Practice

Jun 16, 2011

Location:

Chicago, IL

Description:


Drew is thrilled to be coming to Chicago to be part of this year's Creation Spirituality Communities Annual Event.

Drew will be giving a keynote performance and talk, "Poetic Planet, Creative Cosmos," on Thursday evening, June 16, as well as a keynote address on "Planetize the Movement: The Synthesis of Ecology, Social Justice and Cosmology," on Friday morning, June 17.

Don't miss this chance to see Drew in Chicago!

Web Link:

http://originalblessing.ning.com/

Evening of poetry and music

Bainbridge Island, WA

Apr 08, 2011 8:00 pm

Location:

Bainbridge Island, WA

Description:

Rare opportunity to join a magical evening of poetry and music. Bainbridge Graduate Institute will be hosting, for the first time, a poet in residence. We are tremendously excited and honored that this poet is Drew Dellinger. There are only 12 seats available for this private event and they are going quickly! This is a rare opportunity to be part of a magical evening.

Date: Friday, April 8, 2011

Time: 8pm doors open

Schedule of performances:
8pm – 8:30pm opening taste of poetry and performances presented by the graduate students and faculty of BGI

8:30pm – 9:15pm Drew Dellinger, featured poet in residence, speaking and sharing poetry

9:30pm Intermission

9:45pm Musical performances by the graduate students and faculty of BGI

Tickets are $19.95. Location details to be provided with confirmation of ticket.

Web Link:

http://drewdellinger.org/pages/products/43/bainbridge-island-event_-april-8-2011

Oakland poetry slam semifinals #2 - Drew Dellinger as featured poet

Mar 31, 2011 8pm

Location:

Oasis Restaurant & Bar, 135 12th Street, Oakland, CA

Description:

This is the SECOND of 2 Semi-Final bouts. In it you'll see 8 of The Bay's top performance poets vying for just 4 spots in Finals, coming up on April 14th. Our feature for the evening is Drew Dellinger of Planetize the Movement and we'll have a special spotlight set from LilyBeth Helson who won our March COMEDY Slam in hilarious fashion. The poets qualified for this Semi are: Dre Johnson, Patrick Ohslund, Tume, Sam Sax, Tongo Eisen-Martin, Queen D and The Saint.

Drew Dellinger PhD (c) is an internationally sought-after speaker, poet, writer, and teacher who has inspired minds and hearts around the world, performing poetry and keynoting on justice, ecology, cosmology, democracy and compassion. He is also a consultant, publisher, and founder of Planetize the Movement.

Dellinger has presented at over 1000 events across the U.S., U.K., Canada and Australia. He has spoken and performed at numerous conferences--including Bioneers, the Green Festival, the Dream Reborn and the Parliament of the World's Religions--as well as colleges and universities, poetry venues, protests, and places of worship. He has shared podiums and stages with luminaries such as Alice Walker, Cornel West, Thomas Berry, Danny Glover, Julia Butterfly Hill, Brian Swimme, Paul Hawken, Ani Difranco, Chuck D, Eve Ensler, and many others.

Dellinger's award-winning book of poems, love letter to the milky way--now in its fourth printing--has thousands of devoted readers on five continents. His work has appeared in films, books, anthologies and magazines--from The New York Times magazine to YES!, Tikkun, Kosmos, and others. Dellinger's poems have been cited and quoted in venues ranging from prison workshops to climate change hearings before the U.S. Congress.

Dellinger co-wrote the documentary film, "The Awakening Universe," which premiered at the United Nations. As a consultant he helped develop and design the Pachamama Alliance's "Awakening the Dreamer, Changing the Dream" Symposium, now used in 45 countries, in 13 languages. In 1997 Dellinger received Common Boundary magazine's national Green Dove Award.

Dellinger has taught at Prescott College, Naropa University--Oakland, Esalen Institute, Sophia Center and John F. Kennedy University, where he was Associate Professor and Director of the Program in Social Ecology. He studied cosmology and ecological thought with Thomas Berry for twenty years, and is currently finishing his doctoral dissertation on Martin Luther King Jr., Thomas Berry, and the connections between ecology, justice and cosmology.

Dellinger has been called "a national treasure," by Joanna Macy, "a deep and courageous poet," by Alice Walker and "one of the most creative, courageous and prophetic poets of his generation," by Cornel West.

The Oakland Poetry Slam Semifinal #2
Featuring Drew Dellinger
Thursday March 31st - 8:00pm
The Oasis Restaurant & Bar
135 12th St (@ Madison)
$10 - $15

Web Link:

https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=118869964857894

Unsilent Spring: Poetry for the Earth, the Seasons & Justice

Mar 27, 2011 6pm

Location:

Ecology Center, 2530 San Pablo Avenue, Berkeley, CA

Description:

630pm Open mic on environmental themes
7pm Featured poets Drew Dellinger, Sharon Doubiago, Rafael Jesus Gonzalez, Lucille Lang Day, and Kirk Lumpkin

Web Link:

https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=116800228396319

Drew at Science and Nonduality Conference, Oct. 20-24

Oct 20, 2010

Location:

San Rafael, CA

Description:

SAND logo

Web Link:

http://www.scienceandnonduality.com/

Drew at Bioneers Conference, Oct. 15-17

Panel on Faith and Nature: A Conversation at the Nexus of Reverence, Ecology and Action

Oct 15, 2010

Location:

San Rafael, CA

Description:

 

Drew will be hosting a panel on Faith and Nature at the Bioneers Conference,
Friday, Oct. 15, 4:30pm

 

Faith and Nature: A Conversation at the Nexus of Reverence, Ecology and Action

How are different cultures’ faiths prompting them to act on behalf of the Earth? What strategies are particularly effective in mobilizing people through spiritual connections? Hosted by poet, educator, activist Drew Dellinger. With: John Francis, world-renowned “Planetwalker”; Ellen Bernstein, founder of the Jewish environmental organization Keepers of the Earth; Chief Oren Lyons, Faithkeeper of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois Six Nations); and Luisah Teish, author, storyteller, and priestess in the Ifá/Orisha tradition.

Web Link:

http://www.bioneers.org/conference/2010-conference-sessions-and-events/faith-and-nature

Plenary Address on Racism and Cosmology

A Cosmology of Justice: Racism, Ecology and the Great Work

Jul 16, 2010

Location:

Sophia Center, Oakland, CA

Description:

Keynote speech at Sophia Center's Summer Institute on "Thomas Berry and the Great Work of Our Time."

In this plenary address Drew will speak on racism and worldview, exploring racism and white supremacy as a dysfunctional cosmology. He will propose that a new global movement joining ecology and justice, and using the power of story, dream, and action, is our best hope for a viable future.

Web Link:

http://uniquewebdesignandprinting.com/sophia/summerInstitute.html

Workshop at Esalen Institute, July 9-11, 2010

Jul 09, 2010

Location:

Esalen Institute, Big Sur, CA

Description:

Workshop with Drew Dellinger at Esalen Institute, July 9-11, 2010

 

 

Living the New Story: Cosmology, Justice, Poetry and the Planet

To REGISTER: Click here.

or Call (831) 667-3005

 

The universe story is the divine story, the human story, the story of the trees, the story of the rivers, of the stars, the planets, everything.

Thomas Berry

A new planetary movement is unfolding at the confluence where ecology, social justice and cosmology meet. At the heart of this emerging global movement is a vision of the world as sacred and connected. The entire Earth community is calling you to activate your creativity, and live your life as the embodied expression of connection and compassion.
 

This workshop will engage cultural issues of cosmology and justice. We will stretch our minds around the 13-billion-year history of the universe and the current movements for global justice and earth democracy. In addition, we will discover the poetic cosmos within us and around us, explore the joys of poetry and spoken word, and awaken the playful poet and wordsmith within. Imagination flows from the depths of the universe itself. Through writing exercises, listening to and sharing poetry, participants will celebrate the sacred cosmos of language, and cultivate inspiration for the creative process.


Our historical moment poses a challenge to the artist inside each of us: How can we bring forth our creativity in service of the planet, the people, and the future of all species?

No experience is needed, but all is welcome.  Bring one or two of your favorite poems.

Web Link:

http://www.esalen.org/

Keynote at Conference, "Thomas Berry and the Mysticism of the Cosmos"

Jun 18, 2010 6:30pm

Location:

The Well, 1515 W. Ogden Ave. LaGrange Park, IL

Description:

The Poetic Cosmos: Thomas Berry and the Mysticism of the Universe

In the vision of Thomas Berry, the universe is an immense celebration and communion: stars blaze, rivers unfold, flowers blossom, birds soar--all in ecstatic delight. This entire cosmic journey of galaxies, planets, animals and people is a single sacred community, unfurling itself like a dream from the mysterious, creative depths of the universe. In this talk, Drew Dellinger will explore the cosmological perspective of Thomas Berry and its relevance for our culture as we move into an uncertain future. Drew will share insights, poetry and stories from his twenty years as a student and friend of Father Thomas.

Web Link:

www.csjthewell.org

Day-long Class at Royal Roads University

May 01, 2010

Location:

Victoria, British Columbia

Description:

Web Link:

http://www.royalroads.ca/continuing-studies/CYGLEL1819-Y09.htm

Drew's Tour of Canada -- March 25-30, 2010

Mar 25, 2010

Description:

 

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Canada Tour -- March 2010

Thursday, March 25th, 2010
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
University of Toronto, Centre for Environment, Stephen Scharper,
*Closed Lecture*
1-2pm St George Campus, Earth Sciences
'Approaches to the Environment with a Cosmological Worldview'
Poetry and Lecture

Thursday, March 25th, 2010
Mount Forest, Ontario, Canada
Wellington Heights Secondary School,
Contact: Laura-May Culver
laura-may.culver@ugdsb.on.ca
Public Event
School and Larger Community 'Show and Tell',
display booths available to community to reserve
Doors open 6:30pm
with Special Guest Drew Dellinger
7:30-8:30pm
Evening includes showing of the short film
"The Awakening Universe" by Neal Rogin, co-written by Drew Dellinger,


Friday, March 26th, 2010
Mount Forest, Ontario, Canada
Wellington Heights Secondary School
Contact: Laura-May Culver
laura-may.culver@ugdsb.on.ca
*Assembly for Students*
9:30-11:30am
Grades 9-12


Friday, March 26th, 2010
Guelph, Ontario, Canada
Dublin Street United Church,
68 Suffolk St. West

Guelph, Ontario
Sacred Wisdom Centre
Contact: Barbara Susan Booth
barbara.susan.booth@sympatico.ca
PUBLIC EVENT
7:30-9:30 pm


Saturday, March 27th, 2010
Guelph, Ontario, Canada
Ecology Villa, St. Ignatius Jesuit Retreat Centre,
Sacred Wisdom Centre
,
contact: Barbara Susan Booth
barbara.susan.booth@sympatico.ca
Reservations Required, limited seating at 50 persons Maximum
1:00-4:30 pm
Workshop "Thomas Berry and the New Cosmology"


Sunday, March 28th, 2010
Minden, Ontario, Canada
Minden Hills Cultural Centre,
The Common Room - in The Old Library
176 Bobcaygeon Road
1:30-3:30
Tickets $20


Monday, March 29th, 2010
Barrie, Ontario, Canada
Grace United Church
350 Grove Street East
Barrie, Ontario
Phone: 705-734-0760
7:30-9:30pm
Tickest $20
 

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

Orillia, Ontario, Canada
7:30-9:30pm

 

Contact: Rev. Dr. Carol Kilby,
Executive Director, Gaia Centre
705-754-2427
www.gaiacentre.org

Speech at the Parliament of the World's Religions

Dec 06, 2009

Location:

Melbourne, Australia

Description:

 

The New Planetary Narrative; Connecting Ecology, Social Justice and Cosmology

Environmental movements and struggles for social justice are converging, as we recognize the interrelated nature of our problems and the need for creative solutions. At the same time we begin to grasp the significance of cosmology—our worldview or 'cultural story'—and the role this plays, both in creating the current crisis and inspiring a new direction. A new planetary movement is unfolding at the confluence where ecology, social justice and cosmology meet. At the heart of this emerging global movement is a vision of the world as sacred and connected.

In this talk, Drew Dellinger will identify some core values common to ecology, social justice and cosmology, such as "personhood," which acknowledges the sacredness of every individual being, and community, which emphasizes the primacy of relationship.

Based on his years of study with prominent environmental thinker Thomas Berry, and his in-depth survey of the writings and sermons of Martin Luther King Jr., Dellinger will elucidate the underlying principles connecting ecology, cosmology and justice and describe strategies for change utilizing the power of story, the power of dream and the power of action.

Web Link:

http://www.parliamentofreligions.org

Drew's Tour of Australia, Dec. 3-17, 2009

Dec 03, 2009

Description:

 

TOUR SCHEDULE:

 

Dec. 5: Melbourne -- Daytime workshop

1.45-5pm -- AUGUSTINE CENTRE
2 Minona St., Hawthorn
Tix: www.greentix.com.au//einfo.php?eventid=60818
Call: 03 8677 1812; email: afternoonwithdrew@gmail.com

 

Dec. 6: Melbourne -- Speech at Parliament of the World's Religions

 

Dec. 7: Mornington Peninsula -- Poetry workshop

 

Dec. 8: Mornington Peninsula -- Evening Event

 

Dec. 9: Castlemaine -- Evening Presentation

 

Dec. 11: Brisbane -- Daytime workshop; Evening Event at Blackstar Books

 

Dec. 12: Brisbane -- Brisbane Walk Against Warming

 

Dec. 13: Nimbin -- Evening Event

 

Dec. 14: Bangalow -- Evening Event at A & I Hall

 

Dec. 15: Sydney -- Evening Event with John Seed

AN EVENING WITH

DREW DELLINGER

& JOHN SEED


Tuesday Dec 15th, 6.30pm for 7pm

St Joseph's Parish Hall

12 Albert St, Edgecliff

$20 to $5 contribution

  

Dec. 16: Sydney -- Daytime workshop at New South Wales Writers' Centre

Half-day Workshop
Wednesday 16 December, 1pm to 5pm
NSW Writers’ Centre
Callan Park,
Balmain Road, Rozelle (entry opposite Cecily Street)
Afternoon tea provided
Bookings essential Peter 0409 661 534

Presentation at Symposium for Sustainable Food and Seed Sovereignty

Sep 25, 2009 3pm

Location:

Santa Fe, New Mexico

Description:

Web Link:

http://www.foodandseedconference.info/

Presentation at Symbiosis Gathering

Sep 18, 2009

Location:

Yosemite, CA

Description:

Drew is presenting at the fourth annual Symbiosis Gathering, Sept. 17-21, in Yosemite, CA. Drew's presentation is Friday evening, Sept. 18. (Description below.)

Planetize the Movement: New Possibilities for Ecological Healing and Social Justice


Environmental movements and struggles for social justice are converging, as we recognize the interrelated nature of our problems and the need for creative solutions. A new planetary movement is unfolding at the confluence where ecology, social justice and cosmology meet. At the heart of this emerging global movement is a vision of the world as sacred and connected. In this talk and poetry performance, Drew Dellinger will identify some core values common to ecology, social justice and cosmology, such as "personhood," which acknowledges the sacredness of every individual being, and community, which emphasizes the primacy of relationship. He will also describe strategies for change common to ecology, social justice and cosmology, such as utilizing the power of story, the power of dream and the power of action.

Web Link:

http://symbiosisgathering.com/2009/

An Evening with Drew Dellinger at Naropa University

May 01, 2009 7pm

Location:

Naropa University, Nalanda campus, Boulder, CO

The Confluence of Cosmology, Ecology and Justice

Thomas Berry, Dr. King, and the Path into the Future

Apr 17, 2009 to April 18, 2009

Location:

Sophia Center at Holy Names University, Oakland, CA

Description:

This two-day course will explore cosmology, ecology and justice through the prophetic visions of Thomas Berry and Martin Luther King Jr. In our current historical moment, which combines potential catastrohpe with immense possibility, the ecological vision of Berry and the social justice vision of King provide crucial insight and inspiration for the cultural transformation needed in the present.

Web Link:

http://www.hnu.edu/sophia/

Drew at Iona College

Mar 24, 2009

Location:

Iona College, New Rochelle, NY

Description:

Talk and poetry performance

Scholar-in-Residence at Marymount College

Mar 04, 2009

Location:

Marymount College, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

Description:

Drew will be the 2008 Meid Mentor Lecturer at Marymount College in Rancho Palos Verdes, California. He will address classes, as well as  give an evening lecture and performance which is open to the public.

Poetry set at 'New Year - New You - New Earth.'

Dec 31, 2008

Location:

Unity in Marin, Novato, CA

The Leading Edge on Unity.FM

Featured Guest

Aug 04, 2008 12:00-2:00pm

Description:

Drew Dellinger will be the featured guest on The Leading Edge on Unity.FM on Monday, August 4, 2008, from 2-3 p.m. CT. Tune in to www.unity.fm to hear the program live. We invite you to call in with your questions and comments at 1.866.472.5794

Web Link:

http://www.unity.fm

Thomas Berry & the New Cosmology

Jul 17, 2008 to July 20, 2008

Location:

Sophia Center, Summer Institute

Description:

Drew will be on the "Interactive Dialogue" panels. For more information, visit the Web site.

Web Link:

http://uniquewebdesignandprinting.com/sophia/summerInstitute.html

Cotati Rhythm & Blueberries

Jul 11, 2008 7:30 pm

Location:

Cotati Room - Coatati, CA

Description:

Join with your neighbors for an evening with some wonderful local poets featuring Drew Dellinger as well as Trathn Heckman as they weave their viion in potent words of justice, community, compassion, and personal power. Beautiful, probing, and poignant, their poems are paired with treats made from our local, luscious berry bounty. By donation: $10 - 20

Cotati Room - Next to the police station 216 E. School St., Cotati, CA

Cosmic Relief

an evening of outside insight from some of the galaxy's brightest stars.

Jul 01, 2008 7:30 - 10:00pm

Location:

Caldwell Theater at Tam High School, Mill Valley

Description:

Join Musical Magician Gary Malkin, Poetic genius Drew Dellinger, Omnologist Neal Rogin, Dance Poet Nicole Klaymoon and MC Steve Bhaerman (alter ego of Swami Beyondananda) along with our featured guest from Glastonbury, England, author, spiritual teacher and standup philosopher Timothy Freke, for an evening that will blow you away and change your life... again. (Don't you just love when that happens?)

This is a rare opportunity to experience the simple, yet profound spiritual metaphors and the Big Love of Tim Freke as embodied in his remarkable book, Lucid Living, a Book You Can Read in an Hour that Will Turn Your World Upside Down, which as been hailed as a "miniature masterpiece" and "modern spiritual classic". You can find out more about Tim at his website: http://www.timothyfreke.com

Come share an unforgettable evening of music, dance, poetry and wisdom. It will be a breath of fresh awe.

Tickets are $20 ($25 at the door) Reserve your tickets now. Seating is limited. To purchase tickets go to:

Web Link:

http://CosmicRelief.eventbrite.com

 

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