Janet Kroboth-Weber

Janet Kroboth-Weber

Janet Kroboth-Weber is an artist, naturalist &
photographer. An ordained Cross-Cultural Minister, she has taught
pre-K through college & adults, plus traveled widely with many years
of outdoor & wilderness experience. She has worked with Indigneous
Elders for over 20 years, which deeply influences her world view.

(BFA Parsons School of Design & The New School)
-artist, designer, teacher, photographer, ordained Cross-Cultural Minister
-former designer at Columbia University/Lamont-Doherty geology research institute
-25 years working closely with Indigenous Elders; personal assistant to International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers
-ecological studies with Outward Bound, The Tracker School, Practical Primitive, Alderleaf Wilderness College and others
-Teaching: art/craft/design for pre-K through college & adults
-ancestral roots with highly skilled craftspeople & traditional knowledge
-recent focus: intersection of folk-craft & spiritual traditions; ongoing primitive skills study & parallels in ethnocultures

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