Category Archives: Art

“Cultivating the Wild” film screening

Twinkle’s dear friend Mary Cuchetti Roig did the score for “Cultivating the Wild” film and Twinkle will be attending next week while in Florida. Friends, please join if you can!

“Cultivating the Wild” screening

6 p.m. on January 29th, 2020

DSC Southeast Museum of Photography, Hosseini Center, 1200 W. International Speedway Blvd.

Contact Eric Breitenbach:

eric.breitenbach@daytonastate.edu for more information. 

https://www.ormondbeachobserver.com/article/a-legacy-to-preserve-ormond-beach-residents-film-targets-environmental-conservation-in-the-south

A second screening will take place at 6 p.m. on May 6, at the same location. 

Fall Folk Festival at The Commons

Join “Twinkle” Marie Porter-Manning this weekend at the Second Annual Fall Folk Festival at The Commons in Dover-Foxcroft. In addition to her Women of Spirit, Exploring Sacred Paths of Wisdom Keepers anthology, “Twinkle” will be debuting two newly published books: The original “Blessing Book”for women’s rituals and “Family Blessing Book,” ((Scroll to bottom of page for links)).

“Twinkle” will also have select pieces of one-of-a-kind art, goddess-jewelry, and holiday ornaments available.

Día de los Muertos calaveras

This year we did not create our ofrendas and other altars for the dead. Instead during this season that houses two important family traditions, Samhain and Día de los Muertos, we kept our altar space intact as it is everyday with family portraits and pictures of our lost family members posed in celebration with us while they were still alive. We did not single any nor all out for altars dedicated to our deceased loved ones. Not this year. We wanted to keep everyone together, if only in pictures and our memories. Our recent loss is too deep to do otherwise, and impossible to articulate beyond that. There was trick-or-treating on Halloween, and the children did beautiful Day of the Dead arts and crafts. (the skulls below done by Orion and friend). We told stories. We danced. And we rested.