From the very beginning of Mindcamp, at our original campus at Cedar Glen, the beautiful white head of Mary Arroyave could be seen here, there, and everywhere, as she attended sessions, got up early for yoga, stayed up late, and generally had a great time. She was already over 80 then, wearing the “Oldest Mindcamper” title with ease, grace, and …
A stunning video illustration of how embracing limitation can liberate oceans of creative thought and action—the essence of Mindcamp’s wabi-sabi theme this year. Possibly the most exhilarating ten minutes you’ll spend this weekend.
Jim Ridge and I created a prototype for a micro-video series we’re thinking of launching. Jim’s drawings illustrating my musings. Let us know what you think of it, and if you like it, we’d love you to share it so we can get more feedback.
Hi there, Jim Ridge has come up with a couple of reflective Mindcamp videos that we’d like to share here. Enjoy! The first is “The Color of the Soul”, a mini-documentary about the artistic process of Russell Thomas, our unofficial painter-in-residence (because nothing is official at Mindcamp). At 10 minutes it’s longer than most YouTube videos but well worth your …
The latest video pre-Mindcamp mind-setting from Jim Ridge: three minutes of time spent, a summer (and more) of new perspective gained! This one’s a must if you’re coming to Mindcamp.
Mindcamper Hamzah had so much fun making his hovercraft during the Mindcamp Reverse Garbage session that he continued to improve it when he got home. Here is the result, as presented and explained by the engineer himself!
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