“What would the world look like if we learned and felt that other animals were someones instead of somethings? If, instead of drawing lines, we drew circles? If we embraced the language and nuances of emotion as a common language between all species?”
Just in from the first ever international series of marches to save another species from extinction.
Our latest video for the One Language Project. Do you have a story of a connection with another species you’d like us to tell?
- Journalist Charles Siebert writes about Naturestage’s Founder for Liberty Mutual’s Responsibility Project.
- Founder and Artistic Director Miranda Loud is included in the July 21 San Francisco Chronicle’s article on eco-artists. To read the article and see the video…
- Miranda Loud is highlighted alongside Alexa La Plante by University of North Texas as an innovator in sustainability based on her work with NatureStage and recent lectures Saving the Elephants, Saving Ourselves: The Role of Art in Social Change. …Dorothy Stang Center Speaker Series Review
- Our last project, Buccaneers of Buzz: Celebrating the Honeybee is featured in FACES Magazine for teenagers, July Issue.
NatureStage was founded as a non-profit arts organization in 2006 to use the power of storytelling with various art forms to explore our relationship with other species and inspire a kinder treatment of the planet from the inside out, by learning more about our own human nature. The current projects–The One Language Project, Elephantasia, Park Dreams, Buccaneers of Buzz, and The Elephant Project–are all in various ways addressing these goals. You can find out more about them on the projects page, watch clips, listen to audio, and find links about the issues.