Workshops & Retreats

Instructors


Marvin Gabaldon

Marvin Gabaldon is a bead work artist from the pueblos of Acoma, Taos and Ohkay Owingeh–where he grew up. He was introduced to the art of bead work from his mother when he was 10



Kimberley Gabaldon

Kimberley Gabaldon (née Horan) is a member of Wasauksing First Nation, an island community located just outside of Parry Sound, Ontario, Canada. She is Anishinaabekwe (an Ojibway Woman) through her mother’s lineage and part of



David Garcia

David F. García, Ph.D., is from northern New Mexican community of El Guache. An anthropologist and musical artist, he studies music, agriculture and foodways in northern New Mexico as they relate to sustainability and the



Peggy Garcia-Marquez

Peggy Garcia-Marquez is a gifted storyteller and engaging public speaker. Peggy ignites power and passion with her spoken word.  After completing a career in community college administration inspired by her own struggles in navigating the higher





Elizabeth Gibbs-Zehnder

Elizabeth Gibbs-Zehnder serves as Presbyterian Chaplain at Los Angeles County USC Hospital, in the heart of Los Angeles. Prior to chaplaincy, Elizabeth spent over twenty years in parish ministry, most recently as Pastor/Head of Staff



Tim Gibbs-Zehnder

Relentlessly optimistic, Tim brings his down-home folk-singing upbringing from the hills of West L.A. to a sincere interest in progressive thought, sound and visuals. Most of the time he’s plucking bass or cracking doumbek, but



Liz Gipson

Liz Gipson is passionate about yarn—growing it, spinning it, and making it do tricks. With a background in wool science and community development, yarncraft has occupied most of Liz's professional life. She is the author



Rafaat Girgis

Raafat Girgis has been on the National Staff of the Presbyterian Mission Agency of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) since 2001, directing the office of Multicultural Ministries. For the last 12 years, this office has pioneered



Shell Goldman

Shell Goldman is a psychotherapist specializing in psychospiritual integration and cultivating mindfulness and men’s work for over twenty years.



Annie O'Brien Gonzales

Annie O'Brien Gonzales studied painting and art history at Oregon State University. Proficient in oil, acrylic, and mixed media, she is a colorist who creates expressive images inspired by nature. She has appeared in numerous



Andres Gonzalez

Andres Gonzalez is a trained and certified yoga instructor. He has been the Co-Founder and Marketing Manager for the Holistic Life Foundation, Inc. in Baltimore, MD since 2001. He is also Co-Founder and Co-CEO of



Jenny Gorman

Jenny Gorman is a free-lance photographer based in New York City with strong ties to the East End of Long Island. She specializes in photographing portraits, interiors, and gardens.   Gorman’s photographs of Wyoming ranch



Jan Gough

Jan Gough has extensive experience as a Certified Spiritual Director, Supervisor and Retreat Leader. She currently serves as Spiritual Director for Ghost Ranch and as a faculty member for Stillpoint’s Spiritual Direction and Formation Training



Stephen Graham

Steve Graham serves as the director of leadership for Missional Congregations. In that capacity, he focuses on Peer Learning Groups and in development of leadership events for ministers and lay leaders. Steve is a native of Oklahoma



Coni Grant

Coni Grant, Contemporary Plein Air Painter Coni combines a design background and innovative color ideas to express a distinctive and contemporary view of the landscape. She works out of her ‘PleinView’ Studio in Alamosa, Colorado



Brenda Grauer

Brenda Grauer, founder and artist/educator at In Stitches: Center for Liturgical Art for twenty-three years, is widely traveled nationally as a teacher and workshop leader in faith communities interested in faithful, artful living. Her teaching



Jaime Grechika

Jaime Grechika is a writer and mother of two who lives in Santa Fe, NM. She is a graduate student at the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) in Santa Fe working on an MFA



Stephanie Gretchen

Stephanie Gretchen is a certified spiritual director, life coach, and retreat leader working with clients around the country. She is the owner of Stephanie Gretchen Coaching and Retreats. She is a graduate of the Hesychia



John Grim

John Grim is a specialist in Native American religions and has written a book called The Shaman. John and his wife, Mary Evelyn Tucker, directed a ten part conference and book series at Harvard on “World Religions and



David Groenfeldt

David Groenfeldt is Director of the Water-Culture Institute in Santa Fe, NM. An anthropologist (PhD from the University of Arizona, 1984), his career has focused on international water issues, including five years with the



Louise Grunewald

Louise Grunewald is a visual artist living and working in Durango, Colorado where she maintains her studio, Western Hands.She graduated from college in 1974 with a BA in Fine Arts/Art Education and her first job



Margaret Guelker

Margaret Guelker lives in Andover, MN and is the executive pastor of Christ Lutheran Church in Blaine, MN. Her interest in the healing aspects of the desert have led her to Ghost Ranch. She is



Susan Guevara

Susan Guevara is a visual storyteller. Though she has been a book illustrator for nearly 30 years, now her storytelling is a more direct exploration of life. "We are limitless. By extension, creativity is limitless.



Andrew Gulliford

Andrew Gulliford, Ph.D. is a writer and historian with deep ties to the American West. He writes and edits non-fiction and personal essays about all aspects of the West with particular emphasis on the Southwest



Al Gury

Al Gury chairs thew painting department at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia. His work is exhibited at the F.A.N. Gallery in Philadelphia, where he lives.



Karl Gustafson

Karl Gustafson, member at large in the Presbytery of Santa Fe, co-founder of the Nave Gallery in Somerville, MA, former Minister in Residence in Theology and the Arts, Andover Newton Theological School, and long time



Lama Gyurme

Lama Gyurme was born in Tibet. At the age of 15 he entered Mindroling monastery for spiritual training and to study sacred painting and traditional arts. Gyurme was then sent to Eastern Tibet for three



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