Emerging Academy News in KKUP Radio Interview

Academy Founder and President Aaron Stern talks with Diane Solomon of KKUP Radio in Cupertino, CA to discuss our upcoming co-facilitated workshop with the Namchak Foundation, Waking Up in Community: Taking Your Practice into the World, and share the Academy’s emerging work and programming and ongoing vision and mission. Listen to the full interview here.

22 Years of the Academy for the Love of Learning

In 2018, the Academy celebrated its 20th anniversary and wrote a book commemorating our history, legacy, and movement forward into the future. Read our booklet Reflection and Emergence: 20 Years of the Academy for the Love of Learning to learn more about our past work and emerging vision. Download our booklet by clicking on the…

Update from the Academy for the Love of Learning

I hope that you remain safe, well, and engaged during these difficult times. Over the past six months, we’ve watched as our society’s traditional assumptions about education have collapsed onto themselves. As we reexamine collectively what learning means, we have an opportunity, perhaps greater than ever before. When certainty is gone, especially at this scale,…

Seton Monday: Art from Endangered Exhibition

Seton Monday is a blog series sharing updates and learnings on Ernest Thompson Seton and the Academy’s Seton Legacy Project, curated by David Witt. In this edition, David shares art from the Seton Legacy Project’s 2020 art exhibition Endangered. Learn more about the Endangered at http://ernestthompsonseton.com/   I envisioned Endangered as an exhibition about our disconnection…

When the World Goes in Slow-Mo

In the throes of COVID-19, our governor has declared a stay-at-home order. But in Santa Fe County, the population is low-density, and physical distancing while getting outside is not a problem. I manage to get outside daily but wanted to do some community service without risking contact with others. So, it occurred to me that…

Art and Creativity in Challenging Times

Academy Founder and President Aaron Stern shares this important message: Heartbeat Opera’s virtual performance of Leonard Bernstein’s “Make Our Garden Grow” from Candide encourages us all to find inspiration and imagination through art and creativity in these challenging times. Stay tuned to our social media channels for more shared messages of compassion, inspiration, and imagination. Follow us…

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