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Acjachemen Wisdom Day and Human Aerial Art Installation

What

Creation of a massive human aerial art installation to support the Earth-honoring wisdom and indigenous heritage of the Acjachemen Nation

Where

On the beach at San Onofre State Park, Bluffs Campground, Trail 6
Map: San Onofre State Park, Bluffs Campground, Trail 6

When

June 9, 2018
10:30am – 2pm

Why

Everyone is invited to take part in an evocative, human art installation, headed up by famed aerial artist John Quigley in collaboration with Members of the Acjachemen Nation, (pronounced “Aw-hawsh-a-man”), diverse groups of California natives, Spectral Q Aerial Art and a community of supporters.

A day at San Onofre Beach to reinforce the vision of a sustainable future for coming generations, to preserve the sacred legacy of the ancestral lands and waters in and around San Onofre Beach, and to inspire others to re-establish their connection to Mother Earth, this event is meant to honor the indigenous legacy the Acjachemen tribe which has been present in Orange County for 12,000 years.

ACJACHEMEN WISDOM DAY>> RSVP https://bit.ly/2GmK5ouOne Vision. One People. One World.Sat. 6.9.1810:30am – 2pmSan Onofre Bluffs Campground | Trail 6#StandForTheFuture #AjcachemenWisdomDay #PrayItForwardVideo Credit: Tess O’Connor

Posted by Carry Kim on Thursday, May 24, 2018

The event includes a ceremonial procession to the beach led by Acjachemen Elders and tribal members, presentations from prominent Elders, youth speakers, cultural practitioners, select world music performers including Larisa Stow & Shakti Tribe, and traditional songs and ceremony.

San Onofre Acjachemen Wisdom Day

Composing the human aerial art requires coordinating with everyone; so please register now for the free event here:

 

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Ross Teasley

A long-time Dana Pointer, technologist and publisher, I have been involved in several initiatives around Dana Point over the years ranging from environmental issues to civic planning. (My 8th grade civics teacher would be so proud.) Fueled by coffee.

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