Eco-Spirituality and Cosmic Connection Seen Through the Eyes of an Artist
Updated: May 1
On Thursday, April 28, 2022 International artist, and filmmaker Imogene Drummond shared how her growing awareness of our integral connection with the Universe influenced the development of her art in diverse media, including film, video installation, and an educational program that combines self-worth, creativity, and the Cosmos. Watch part 1 here. Watch part 2 here
Due to her painting expeditions around the world, Drummond was invited to join the Society of Woman Geographers (for women who know not boundaries), whose membership includes explorers of ideas as well as geography, among them Eleanor Roosevelt, Amelia Earhart, and Jane Goodall.
Her experience, talent, and vision converge in Art Sparks.
Drummond's work has been influenced by Thomas Berry, Brian Swimme, Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim. Her review of her Options article in Deeptime Network applies this evolutionary perspective to: Art, Current Issues, Ecology/Sustainability, Education, Government, Law, Other (Cultural Transformation), Religion/Spirituality and Social Justice.
"Real social change can flourish only when we understand that our primary context is not political, racial, religious, gender or other identification. but the universe." ~ Orla Hazra