Workshops & Retreats

Instructors


Colter Jackson

Colter Jackson is a freelance writer and illustrator in New York City. She has written scripts for Tina Fey and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, only one of whom remarked, “This girl is funny.” You can



Dr. Sue Jackson

Dr. Sue Jackson is a principle research fellow with the Australian Rivers Institute.  Her research expertise includes integrated natural resource planning and management, environmental planning with community engagement, and Aboriginal customary resource management and ecological knowledge.



Paul W. Jacob

Paul W. Jacob is the author of the spiritual memoir, The Mystical Mixologist: Distilling the Essence of Life. Jacob is also the former Publishing and Editorial Director of Modern Nomad magazine.  He currently teaches creative writing





Elizabeth Jacobson

Elizabeth Jacobson is the author of a chapbook, A Brown Stone (Dancing Girl Press), and a full-length collection, Her Knees Pulled In (Tres Chicas Books). She is the founding director of the WingSpan Poetry Project



Katrina Jameson

Katrina has always loved art. As a child, she learned to draw and paint from her parents and grandparents. In college she studied pottery and airbrush painting. She worked for six summers as a camp



Ruben Jaramillo

Ruben Jaramillo was born in Mexico City where he developed, at the same time, the education in Architecture and Latin Languages. He has been a Personal Spanish Tutor in Santa Fe for more than 6 years;



Judith Jenkins

Judith Jenkins was a Director of Christian Education in the Presbyterian Church, before she became an Episcopalian  in 1980. Judith was ordained in the Episcopal Church as a Permanent Deacon in 2008 and in that



Robin Jensen

Robin Jensen is the Luce Chancellor’s Professor of the History of Christian Art and Worship at Vanderbilt University, where she teaches courses in both the Department of the History of Art and the Divinity School.



Juanito Jimenez

Juanito is a celebrated retablo teacher from Santa Fe, where he has had many exhibitions and taught many students. He received the Spanish Colonial Arts Society Masters Award for lifetime acheivement in 2004. For more



Alonzo Johnson

Rev. Dr. Alonzo Johnson is the Coordinator for the Self-Development of People Program (SDOP) of the Presbyterian Church (USA). SDOP partners in the development and empowerment of economically poor, oppressed and disadvantaged community groups seeking to



Serene Jones

The Rev. Dr. Serene Jones will focus on religion in America today from her perspective as President of Union Theological Seminary in New York City. She  is the sixteenth and first woman president of Union



Alisha Lola Jones

Alisha Lola Jones is as an assistant professor in ethnomusicology in the Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology at Indiana University. She is presently working on a manuscript entitled "We Are A Peculiar People: Meaning, Masculinity,



Christopher Jordan

Christopher Jordan is a Professor of Art and Photography at the University of Alabama. He is a certified instructor of Kundalini Yoga, as taught by Yogi Bhajan. As an artist, he is most interested in



Cynthia Jurs

Cynthia Jurs is a Tibetan Buddhist lama and a Dharmacharya in the Order of Interbeing of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh whose source of refuge and spiritual inspiration is Mother Earth; Gaia. In 1990, she made



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