The Illuminate Film Festivalís conscious cinema focus is a first-of-its-kind mind-body-spirit experience now on the cusp of the third annual gathering in Sedona, June 1-5 with 25 films, 17 panels and workshops, 75 filmmakers and industry guests and many immersive opportunities.
"In order for us to remain on the frontier of film itself and continue the momentum that's building, we're introducing very exciting new opportunities," said Illuminate Film Festival founder and executive director Danette Wolpert.
Rick Busbea is back at Vino Di Sedona for $3 Draft Night on Wednesday May 25, 7-10 p.m. Rick is a local favorite who preforms at Vino Di Sedona every 2nd and 4th Wednesday; his shows are energetic and you'll hear classic favorites and modern tunes including Croce, Chesney, and Buffett. Rick relocated from Southern CA to Sedona in the fall of 2014 and quickly became known as a talented musician who is sure to entertain.
There's a new summer camp coming to Sedona this June. The camp, called YALI -Youth Arts & Leadership Institute, is for young people ages 13-17 to get involved in impacting global and social change by offering youth leadership training, expressive arts facilitation, personal growth work, and using voice as a tool for social justice.
The Verde Valley Chapter of the Arizona Archaeological Society cordially invites you to join us for our next monthly meeting on Thursday, May 26, 7 p.m., in the Community Room at the Sedona Public Library, 3250 White Bear Road in West Sedona.
Make a mask of your face that represents your vision of healing. May 27, 1-4 p.m., at Sedona Arts Center, mask maker and performance artist, Pash Galbavy invites participants to a make a healing mask as one of 12 events for the Mental Health Coalition Verde Valley's activities for Mental Health Awareness Month. (www.mentalhealthcoalitionvv.org)
If you have a creative teenager looking for summer opportunities, Sedona Arts Center has the program for you. Sedona Arts Center has announced its 2016 Summer Camp for Creative Kids, which will feature two weeks of instruction in filmmaking, ceramics, and visual arts.
Renowned Author Robert Bauval Leads 3 Day Series and Lecture
(Sedona, AZ) Robert Bauval is a best-selling author, engineer and world renowned Archeo-astronomer. He's speaking at the Sedona Creative Life Center Friday, May 27th 7-10 pm on: Ancient Pyramid Builders, Modern Cosmology & The Science Of Immortality. Bauval's books have been the subject of many thought provoking articles and documentaries. He will share cutting edge information on the latest in modern quantum mechanics, cosmology and cutting edge neurology. Tickets may be purchased online for $25 for early bird pricing till May 10th
Then Bauval will lead archeo-seekers on an exploration to ancient southwest sites for a once in a life time adventure starting in Sedona, AZ May 28-30, 2016. Guests will visit local ruins, museums, sacred sites, and petro glyphs of ancient people dating back more than 9,500 years. Attendees will view some of the best rock art in the world, from Sedona, Verde Valley and Winslow, AZ. Individual day trips are offered also. There is early bird registration for the entire weekend limited to 30 people, first come, first served with a $70.00 savings for all 3 days or 1 day trip pricing is available. Lunch is included by Chocolate Tree Eatery of Sedona. There will be photo opportunities with Robert Bauval, networking with like minded people from around the country and plenty of time to rest, rejuvenate and heal at these auspicious sacred sites.
For More information call 928/274.7223 or visit http://www.worldviewzmedia.com/ to register online. This 3 day sacred tour is a Robert Dakota production of Worldviewz Media and sponsored by Sedona Connections, Djedhi training School, Sedona City of the Star People and Chocolate Tree Eatery.