Fri, Nov 04|
A Celebration of the Indigenous Cultures of Central and South America. Featuring Jim Berenholtz
Time & Location
Nov 04, 2022, 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Sedona, 431 AZ-179 Suite A6, Sedona, AZ 86336, USA
About the Event
Please note that these are all the events held by Jim Berenholtz this November.
November 4th First Friday Art Show
5 to 8 PM - FREE
Jim’s latest paintings, inspired by the indigenous symbolism and cosmology of ancient South American civilizations, will be on display. Come see the originals!
First Friday Special Event
8 to 10 PM - $10 Entry.
“Indigenous Music and Instruments of South America”
Jim will speak about and perform on a wide array of native musical instruments from the Andes and the Amazon. This lecture performance also features photo imagery from Jim’s South American journeys, and highlights many sacred sites throughout the continent.
7 to 9:15 PM - $10 Entry.
A Maya Film Night at SCHE
“CHAC: The Rain God”
- a cult classic from the 1970’s by filmmaker Rolando Klein. Plus a short film about a global event at Machu Picchu.
"CHAC” tells the timeless story of a severe drought in the Maya region of Chiapas, and the shamanic journey that a Mayan community makes to bring the rains they so desperately need. This feature will be preceded by a short film documentary about a pre-Harmonic Convergence ceremony in 1987 at Machu Picchu. This event was envisioned and coordinated by Jim Berenholtz, and brought indigenous elders from all over the world to do one co-created ceremony together in Peru. Jim will share some of the background story about this event, and how Sedona was a big part of it from the beginning
6 to 8 PM - $10 Entry.
“Spiritual Teachings of the Kogi People of Colombia”
with special guest Mally Paquette of Awakenings Yoga in Sedona
The Kogi are a culture living high in the Sierra Nevada Range above Santa Marta, Colombia.
These wisdom keepers believe they live in the “heart of the world”.
They offer energetic prayers and rarely share their ancient teachings.
Come enjoy an evening of their sacred messages.