Mendocino TV is happy to announce Toni Orans as the host of Media Makers
Join Toni at Mendocino TV Studio in The Company Store or you can watch live on www.mendocinotv.com
Dr.Thais Mazur is the guest scheduled to appear Thursday July 24 at 7pm pst, as Toni Orans Hosts the return of Mendocino TV’s , “Media Makers”
Toni is a consummate actress, professional voice talent, performs as a charter member of The Lost Coast Word Music Ensemble.
Dr. Thaïs Mazur will speak about Zuvuya, an experiential sculpture designed to create a sensory rich experience to awaken and encourage us to collectively re-imagine our ocean home. A collaboration between three internationally renowned artists, Zuvuya is a multi-media sculptural installation creating a total immersion experience to deepen our relationship with the ocean. Dr. Mazur will also share her most recent research on taking action on world issues and how all of us can be stewards of the earth.
Thaïs Mazur, Ph.D, is a mother, author, filmmaker, professor, a professional installation artist, and the producer/artistic director and sculptor of the international project ZUVUYA. She has directed international projects for the past 20 years focusing on contemporary issues related to healing both individual and global trauma and recreating a new story that supports revitalizing ourselves and the planet. She is the author of Warrior Mothers: Stories to Awaken the Flames of the Heart and contributing author to a number of other books including Hope Beneath Our Feet: Restoring Our Place in the Natural World. In addition, she has produced and directed an array of documentary films including the multi-award winning Dancing From the Inside Out, Forty-Four Exposures, and Can Mushrooms Save the World? Dr. Mazur devotes her art and her research to engaged action and to human relationships with the natural environment. Her most recent project ZUVUYA, is an international science and art project in partnership with The Ocean Foundation and Ocean Conservation Research. The project is dedicated to increasing awareness of how essential the ocean is to life.
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