In Lebanon, Man’oushé is usually rolled out thinly, and eaten rolled up or folded. The Lebanese garnish it with a nice mixture of olive oil, zata’r, and fresh mint as well as cucumbers and tomatoes. That is a really refreshing breakfast or snack. Since I live in a van, I prefer making the small breads … Continue reading Man’oushé
As the summer heat sets in and the van gets as hot as an oven, my desire to cook hot meals dwindles quickly and my craving for fresh vegetables and herbs takes over. One of my favorite goto dishes, which can be served hot or cold, is a rucola pesto pasta originally taught to me … Continue reading Summer Rucola Pesto
John Pendray is a living book of the seas and the ships men use to navigate it. In his studio, Pendray explores the diverse cultural similarities among vessels in disparate parts of the world and the reasons why.
“The project has an impact on the improvement of young cultural entrepreneurs, providing tools and resources for the creation of audiovisual proposal with new messages and different points of view about the world and life, and particularly, with Amazonians cultural manifestations and experiences.” FELIX ANTONIO LOSSIO CHAVEZ, Ministry of Culture
“This well thought out and planned project focuses on the training of indigenous youth in the Peruvian Amazon region to create and produce their own indie documentary films and learn to manage their distribution and ensuing economic benefits. This could have an impact on the empowerment and capacity building of young men and women from four Amazonian indigenous communities.” UNESCO IFCD | EXPERT PROJECT EVALUATION
It is the nature of creatives, artisans and social protagonists to be flexible and forward looking. Who better to adapt or inspire constructive societal change during this pandemic crisis?
Dear Artists, due to the corona virus situation the Peruvian Amazon Storytelling Workshop workshop will be postponed. We will update you as soon as possible!
For 10 days, 15 passionate writers, artists and filmmakers will be submerged in the density of the Peruvian Amazonas and the lives of the local Shawi.
Local communities and indigenous peoples are disproportionately affected by climate change impacts because they rely on fragile ecosystems for their livelihoods, but they also hold many of the solutions to the climate change crisis.