Workshops & Retreats

Instructors


Gregg Daigle

Gregg Daigle has been teaching and performing professionally since he moved to New Mexico in 1995.  Previous to that time, he had earned a music degree at the University of Lowell in Massachusetts.  He also



Eddee Daniel

Eddee Daniel is a fine art photographer, writer, arts educator, and nature lover. He has over 30 years of experience teaching photography and has an extensive exhibition record. He is the author of Urban Wilderness: Exploring



Susan Daugherty

Susan Daugherty, a native of Texas now living in New Mexico, has been fascinated by color and light for as long as she can remember.  After many years of painting with oils and watercolor, Susan



Gianne de Genevraye

Gianne de Genevraye, international painter, paints gardens in Europe and the United States. She exhibits widely and her work is seen in collections in France, Italy, Sweden and the United States. Born in California, she



Jeffrey Dean

Jeffrey S. Dean is Emeritus Professor of Dendrochronology in the Laboratory of Tree-Ring at the University of Arizona, Tucson. His long-term research interests include dendroarchaeology, archaeological chronometry, paleoenvironmental reconstruction, human-environment interaction, and the archaeology of



John Dear

John Dear is a priest and passionate champion of the gospel of nonviolence for over thirty years. He is a peace activist, organizer, lecturer, retreat leader and author/editor of more than 20 books on peace and



Jeff DeBelliss

Jeff DeBellis has led close to 1,000 trips and courses in remote and challenging environments. He has trekked with high school students to significant natural and cultural sites across the American Southwest, taught stream ecology



Guillermo Delgado

Guillermo Delgado is an interdisciplinary artist with a history of art creation and teaching since 1994. He shares his passion for art, literacy, and writing with children, college students, adults, incarcerated youth and adults, and educators



Doug DeLind

Doug has been a professional artist for the past 35 years, selling his work at art fairs and galleries throughout the United States and Canada. He has a BFA in sculpture from Michigan State University



Laura DeLind

Laura B. DeLind has been cutting and hand-printing linocuts for over 30 years. She enjoys the challenge of black and white design and the interactions of positive and negative space. She is also fascinated by



George DeLoache

George DeLoache is a master portrait artist, a legend of portraiture who has been commissioned by discriminating clients for over 40 years. The awards, accolades and honors that George has received are too many to list



LuAnne DeMeo

LuAnne DeMeo has worked in the photography industry for over 15 years. Her love is black and white film photography. LuAnne holds an AA in photography from Santa Fe Community College and a BFA in



Bill Derrevere

Bill Derrevere is a metalsmith, jeweler and Associate Professor of Art at Tulsa Community College who works primarily in metal – pewter sculptural works as well as silver jewelry. Of pewter, he states, “To work



Stella Devenuta

Stella Devenuta is a graduate of Cardinal Stritch University (BA) and University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (MS Ed) She has earned certificates in Spiritual Guidance, Mandala Interpretation, Campus Ministry and Capacitar Training. A freelance artist, Stella creates in the



Michael Deyoung

A former longtime Alaskan, Michael DeYoung has photographed extensively for the Alaska tourism industry and spent months on adventures of his own, including long distance river and backpacking trips through Alaska and the Yukon. He



Elizabeth Dillon

Professor of English at Northeastern University where she teaches classes on early American and Atlantic world literature, including African American literature and gender studies. Her most recent book, New World Drama: The Performative Commons in



Lisa Doctor

Lisa Lieberman Doctor was born and raised in Queens, New York,  graduated from Stony Brook University and went on to enjoy a sixteen-year career as a development and production executive in Los Angeles. Her first Industry



Patty Donaldson

Patty Donaldson started practicing yoga in 1999 and earned her certification in 2000. She has continued to study and practice yoga and meditation under masters from all over the country. Her unique slow, breath focused



Beverly Donofrio

Beverly Donofrio’s memoir, the New York Times bestseller, Riding in Cars with Boys, was made into a popular movie. Looking for Mary and Astonished are much praised, as are her three children’s books; the latest,



Kristen Doty

Kristen Doty has a passion for calligraphy, drawing and painting. Her works have been in juried exhibitions. Her paintings, illustrations and lettering have been published in a variety of ways. She enjoys sharing her passion



Mark Doty

Mark Doty has published nine books of poems, including FIRE TO FIRE: New and Selected Poems, which won the National Book Award for Poetry, and MY ALEXANDRIA, the first book by an American poet to



Michael Dowd

The Reverend Michael Dowd is a former pastor and bestselling eco-theologian and deep sustainability evangelist whose book, Thank God for Evolution, was endorsed by 6 Nobel Prize-winning scientists, noted skeptics, and by religious leaders across the spectrum. Michael and his science



Cheryl Downey

Cheryl Downey, M.Div., Minister of Sacred Arts, has been guiding and supporting those with grieving hearts for 35 years as a former hospital and hospice chaplain (ordained UCC). Since 2000 she has also trained, practiced



Alex Downs

Alex Downs is in his 17th year as Curator of Paleontology for the Museums at Ghost Ranch. Alex engages learners of all ages in the fascinating interplay of bones, rocks and stars. He was trained



Joan Drescher

Joan Drescher has explored how art heals the body, mind and spirit for more than two decades. She believes that creating with images and symbols can be a window to the soul. She wrote and



Jeanne Drewes

Jeanne Drewes has been the Chief of Binding and Collections Care in the Preservation Directorate at the United States Library of Congress since June 2006, as well as Manager of the Mass Deacidification Program. Previously,



Ryan Drickey

Ryan Drickey recently spent a year with a Fulbright in Sweden studying traditional Swedish fiddle styles. Rooted in bluegrass and old-time, he won the Rockygrass fiddle competition in 2007, and played and taught across the



Caitlin Dundon

Caitlin Dundon is a mixed media artist, calligrapher and teacher with over 20 years of experience. She creates custom paintings through private and corporate commissions with colorful layers of acrylic painting techniques combined with her



Beth Dunwody

Beth Dunwody is formally trained as a Spiritual Director and is a Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator. She is a storyteller and story-catcher, skilled at recognizing the threshold moments in our lives and providing the tools



Marla Durden

Marla Durden is an artist, healer, teacher and entrepreneur. She has facilitated circles and transformational life experiences for individuals and groups for 20 years as a wisdom-centered coach + healer in private practice. An InterPlay



Susan Dwyer

Susan Dwyer holds a Ph.D. in Philosophy (with a graduate minor) in Linguistics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She is also a Registered Yoga Teacher. Currently on the faculty at the University of Maryland,



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