Eco-Art & Creation Spirituality

Rev. Margie Schneider, a GMU graduate, will conduct a course in Eco-Art & Creation Spirituality beginning on May 10, 2022.

The purpose of this course is to explore and awaken one’s natural creativity through the participation in seven Eco-Art activities, performed within nature, and seen through the eyes of Creation Spirituality and its’ four paths. This can bring about a newly discovered deep and lasting set of values; a deep sense of sacredness and oneness with all things which results in a passionate desire to address the sacred connection one should have with the Earth, all her creatures, and especially with the Creator. Therefore, one will evolve a desire to care for creation, realizing that if all of what we have is a gift from the Creator, then it is our obligation to live a life that protects and reveres all that exists, which can also bring about a more joyful and peaceful existence for all.

Current students might want to revise their Program Schedule to include this unique cohort style course.

You can also take single courses at GMU as well as pursue a graduate degree or certificate.

The course begins on Tuesday, May 10, 2022 and run through June 14. It will meet via Zoom at 7 PM (EDT) on Tuesdays for 6 weeks, and each in-depth class will run 90 minutes long. The cost is only $100 (plus $25 application fee) for this full immersion experience. The May 2022 cohort is now complete. Future sessions are planned for the summer.

Download a pdf of the syllabus: Eco-Art ^0 CS Zoom Class3