Last Updated: November 02, 2012
2012-2013 dates: September 15, October 20, November 17, December 15
Please scroll down for links to articles and our mission statement.
Fun Stuff to Read:
|Jimi Two Feathers|
|Rev. Bonnie Devlin|
|Morwen Two Feathers|
|Bill Thorpe (otherwise known as Billy Bardo)|
|All interviews conducted by Universal Heartbeat students|
|Syllabus: Universal Heartbeat: World Culture and Community Drumming. Taught at the Tufts University Experimental College by Morwen Two Feathers between 1996 and 2000|
Click here for info about Mending
the Sacred Hoop: A Gathering of the Five Colors, which happened in October, 2000
the Universal Heartbeat
Feel the Pulse
Celebrate your Spirit and the Dance of Life
The Fire beckons, the Circle calls
Let us join together
One Heart, One Spirit, One Family
Earth Drum Council (EDC) was founded in 1990 to create opportunities for people from all walks of life to experience the universal heartbeat of the drum.
|Earth Drum Council
The work of Earth Drum Council focuses on drumming as a tool for community-building, cultural awareness, and personal growth. Drumming and dance have played similar roles in cultures all over the world: celebration, communication, marking rites of passage, invoking religious ecstasy, and healing. We strive to create a space where many different drumming and dance traditions can be experienced, respecting the integrity of each culture while acknowledging that all are related in the human heartbeat. In that acknowledgment is the seed of a new culture, one that honors all regardless of race or sex, integrating mind, body, heart, and spirit.
EDC was founded by Jimi and Morwen Two Feathers. Jimi Two Feathers is a skilled facilitator and teacher who has been drumming and dancing for over thirty five years. Morwen Two Feathers is a musician, teacher, writer, and consultant who has been dancing for over thirty years and drumming for more than twenty. Together they started Earth Drum Council to bring people together to drum and dance in community.
Earth Drum Council may be reached by calling us at (978) 371-2502.
EDC logo by John Ward.
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