The Three Rules
Mission To empower communities to engage in cultural relationships with the natural world as a means of sustaining efforts of environmental protection and restoration.
Creating cultural connections for wildlife protection... |
What does the Procession look like?
- A preschool class attending as frogs after making their masks out of cereal boxes and paint.
- Two young friends in batik butterfly wings, fluttering high in the air on stilts.
- Species of all kinds created in a wide range of nature art.
- People of all ages bound by a common desire to play music, who learn to drum in a workshop, form a band, and celebrate by dressing as the element of fire.
- A community group in love with movement, who form a dance group and choreograph their steps to become a night of swirling stars.
- The Procession is a few thousand people, melded into a sea of celebration--colorful, diverse, alive. They flow through another 30,000-plus people who are watching, laughing, dancing, and cheering to the infectious beats of homegrown bands.
- From jazz to samba to world beat rhythms, community musicians pound out sound on five-gallon buckets, tin can shakers, and handmade and conventional musical instruments.
- It looks like all of us, using our creativity to celebrate the natural world and holding these things (and each other) close to our hearts.
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