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Ramon Gabrieloff-Parish

 

Ramon Gabrieloff-Parish, MA '00 is a family man deep in the mysteries and magic of marriage and fatherhood. An instructor in Interdisciplinary Studies at Naropa University he teaches core courses in diversity and social identity, contemplative practice, community engagement and environmental justice. Ramon is a dedicated student of Melissa Michaels and a leader in the Surfing the Creative International Youth Leadership Camp, a movement-based rites of passage experience. He also serves on the stewardship Council of Youth Passageway which seeks to unite local and international rites of passage practitioners, wilderness guides and youth mentors to integrate services, create a clearing house for best practices, and help awaken mainstream educators to the elemental language of ritual.

During their residency, Ramon and Michelle gave a public lecture entitled "One Eye In, One Eye Out", conducted a workshop in the course Theatre/Dance course "The Body in Motion", visited the Anthropology class "The Language of Racism", and collaborated with the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College to host a workshop for students.

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