Bryant Holsenbeck is an environmental artist living in Durham, NC who makes art out of cast-off materials. It is her hope that people viewing her work will be inspired to become better stewards of the environment. RCWMS teamed up with filmmaker Margaret Morales to make this fifteen-minute documentary about Holsenbeck’s philosophy and work. The film has been made possible by generous contributions from many individuals. For more information about Bryant: www.bryantholsenbeck.com.
This hour-long documentary opens a window to the lifelong pilgrimage of Meinrad Craighead and her mystical encounters with the Divine Feminine. Learn about the experiences that have influenced Meinrad, from her childhood roots in Arkansas and her formative relationship with her grandmother, to her time in Europe and as a nun, to her interactions with the culture in New Mexico where she now lives. Explore the connections of Catholicism, ancient mythology, and Native American shamanism to Meinrad’s art and ideas about God. Experience her moving images and stories of the devastating fire along the river near her home in 2003, and travel with her on a recent pilgrimage to the Black Madonna of Montserrat in Spain. See nearly 100 of Meinrad’s paintings and prints in beautiful detail.
This is the 25th anniversary CD from a North Carolina institution. Seventeen cuts include originals and covers, rock, R&B, and acoustic. A great dancing record from a group of Baby Boomers you won't forget. Produced by Minnow Media with support from RCWMS.
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