Noah Lani Crowe
Noah Lani Crowe grew up in Ojai and studied art and comparative literature at the Claremont Colleges. He studied the Vision Quest, helping facilitate a “passing of the mantle” for a global vision quest community. He continues his community storywork with public art installations, Campfire Storytime, a family friendly collaborative storytelling event, writing original children’s myths, performing family-inclusive community rituals, and telling stories around Lucidity’s Sacred Fire.
Medicine or Calling
Listening to the field, to the community. Being the hollow bone through which the stories that want to be told are spoken out loud to our community. To be a stand for the divinity of humankind, and to help children find, express and master their joy and wonder.