Nico Cary (he/him) comes from a large Black and Chinese family—his grandmother is the youngest of 12 siblings, and his grandfather is the youngest of 9. He is a dharma and medicine path practitioner, mindfulness teacher, writer, and performance artist. He received his BA from UC Berkeley’s Interdisciplinary Studies Field School, specializing in cognitive linguistics. He is currently a Garrison Institute Fellow, and developing a multimedia installation on processing climate grief for the Smithsonian. While engaged in a deeply fulfilling artistic career, Nico also proudly serves as a mindfulness facilitator for InsightLA. He is interested in the many different vocabularies of healing and the holding capacity of mindfulness, particularly as it relates to embodied activism and creative ecosystems.
Mon January 17th Closed