by Judy Spiers
Becci Crowe, Adventure Artist and documentary film maker from Puyallup, will share her experiences in volunteering at China’s largest Panda Research and Conservation Reserve this Sunday, April 10, at the Knutzen Family Theatre in Federal Way.
She will be sharing film footage, photos, stories and her art from the week she personally helped care for the Pandas in China.
I first learned about Becci and her unusual talents and travels a few years back when documentaries of her important work in Africa were being shown on Public Television. I was immediately fascinated by the way she “sees” from an artist’s perspective, and how she well she translates her deepest, spiritual ideas and observations to others. Becci’s love of wild life, peoples and cultures—and her strong desire to preserve them–places her on par with some of the world’s most celebrated naturalists, including Jane Goodall. I can think of nothing I’d rather do than spend an afternoon with her as she shares her experiences first-hand.
Also, Becci’s outstanding art will be displayed in the lobby from April 8 through June 30th.
Sunday’s presentation is open to the public and will be followed by a reception. It promises to be a fun afternoon.
Advance Tickets are available online at www.centerstagetheatre.com/plays.html#Becci or by calling 253-661-1444. You can also get tickets at the door the day of the event.
This event is being sponsored by the City of Federal Way Arts Commission.
© 2011 Judy Spiers