Monday, February 18, 2008

Vision Bear to speak in Peachtree City

The Fayette Art Center is hosting a free seminar with Vision Bear, a Mexicali and Mayan Indian belonging to the Amantecatl and Tlacatecolotl clans whose language is similar to the Apache.
Vision Bear is also a Tepatiani (visionary healer), artist and teacher.
He received the ancestral gifts from his great-grandfather, Don Gaitano Flores, which set his life on a journey of love and pain, of wonder and mystery.
He will be giving a free lecture at the Peachtree City Library (downstairs) on Thursday, Feb. 21st at 6:30 pm.
His presentation will be about "Ehecatl Art" which is a healing art created in unison with "that which can be felt but not seen".

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