Crocodiles and Ice: Seeking a Spiritual Connectivity to Nature

An Evening with Explorer Jon Turk

From the deck of a kayak on the broad Pacific to a journey across the Arctic icepack so bold that it was acclaimed by National Geographic, Jon Turk has used his travels in remote landscapes to explore the role of humans on our planet in this “internet-crazed, oil-soaked modern world.” This evening, backed by extraordinary images from his travels, he will entrance us as he channels our Stone-Age ancestors, wolves, Siberian shamans, Chinese bicycle nomads, and our planet’s extraordinary landscapes, all to argue for a “consciousness revolution” in the 21st century, if we are to have any hope of creating a peaceful, equitable, healthy, and sustainable world.











When: Fri., Nov. 18, 2016 at 7:00 pm
Where: New York Open Center
22 E. 30th St.
212-219-2527
Price: $33
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An Evening with Explorer Jon Turk

From the deck of a kayak on the broad Pacific to a journey across the Arctic icepack so bold that it was acclaimed by National Geographic, Jon Turk has used his travels in remote landscapes to explore the role of humans on our planet in this “internet-crazed, oil-soaked modern world.” This evening, backed by extraordinary images from his travels, he will entrance us as he channels our Stone-Age ancestors, wolves, Siberian shamans, Chinese bicycle nomads, and our planet’s extraordinary landscapes, all to argue for a “consciousness revolution” in the 21st century, if we are to have any hope of creating a peaceful, equitable, healthy, and sustainable world.

Buy tickets/get more info now