COSMOVISION INDIGENA Y ARQUITECTURA ORGANICA
Rosalía Gutierrez – Pueblo Kolla Prov. de Jujuy
Actual Coordinadora General de la Comunidad de Estudiantes de las Primeras Naciones de América.(CEPNA).
Desde 2005 ,nombrada Senior Ad Visory de la Iniciativa de las Religiones con sede en San Francisco , USA.
Integrante del Consejo Directivo del Centro de Saberes de la Cuenca del Plata, con sede en Brasil-Foz de Iguazu.
Profesora de la Maestria en Diversidad Cultural de la Universidad Nacional Tres de Febrero Ayudante académica del Seminario de Sociologia de la Religión de la Catedra de Dri en la Facultad de Ciencias Sociales – UBA.En el tema de Cosmovisión de Pueblos Indígenas. Miembro del Consejo de Paz de la Cancillería Argentina.
LA VIDA DE STANLEY CLIFFORD HUNT, UN ARTISTA KWA-GUILTH
Stan Hunt & Jason Hunt
Stan’s interpretation of the Kwakiutl style is starkly traditional. Traditional tools, the adze, curved knife and straight knife are used. The images are original but with traditional roots in stories of the Kwakiutl people; images passed down from one generation to the next.
Stan works as a freelance artist, creating pieces for private commissions and gallery’s. He spends numerous hours in his studio teaching young artists what he learned from his father. He has great patience and is a mentor to those who work with him and takes his responsibility seriously, ensuring that the apprentices remain dedicated to quality and remain traditional within the cultural boundaries while expressing their own artistic talent
THE "WRITE" WAY FOR INDIGENOUS STORIES: CREE-ENGLISH PUBLISHING IN PUKATAWAGAN, CANADA
Janice Seto is approaches Community Development through the lens that communities all over the world share more in common that their differences in culture, religion, and geographic locations would, at first glance, indicate. “Community Economic Development happens only when the individual is developing. There is a Micro-Entrepreneur (ME) in everyone.” Her approach has been informed by her years in work and in the classroom, with business experiences ranging from a childhood in the family’s hospitality business to labour relations, the entertainment industry, sales and marketing, and living in the cold treeless Arctic, the humid tropics, and dry Arabian desert.
Janice Seto holds an Honors Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Toronto, Graduate Diploma in Education from Bishop’s University Quebec, as well as an Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Victoria on Canada’s Pacific coast. While a student at the Professional School of Psychology, and later graduate with the degree of Doctor of Psychology (PsyD), she studied with Professor Joseph Luft of the Johari Window.