Sound & Spirit
Occasional Posts from Our Directors
Since Stone Church Arts and Center closed in September, I have been compelled to continue working to bring the world of music and spirituality, now to New England. We have had live-streamed concerts and hope to offer in-person live concerts soon. We also offer groups and retreats exploring topics in spirituality.
I want to thank the Founding Board of Directors for all their great work on this journey of laying the groundwork for Halcyon Arts. They put in much fruitful time drafting, editing, and approving the Articles of Organization. This has allowed me to apply for 501(c)3 federal tax-exempt status which I hope is forthcoming in the next month or so.
The seeds have been planted, and now we can let Spring sunshine and rain, warmth and nutrients, feed the tender sapling so that, in time, it may thrive as Summer and all the seasons pass, nurturing, each, in their own ways.
All the Best,
Robert Bowler ("Beau") founded Halcyon Arts to continue doing what he loves, presenting cultural and educational programs in world music and spirituality. He majored in Religious Studies at Reed College with a focus on the western mystical tradition. He earned an M.Div. degree from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California (after a year at Oxford University studying Theology) and is an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister.