Baobab, the Great Mother Tree

In the seventh week of Tree of Life, our course with Imaginal, Isis Indriya speaks about the reverence of the baobab across Africa, how and why it is regarded as a Mother Tree, and the different creation myths associated with the baobab, the upside down tree. Timo Granzotti speaks to the art, culture and stories associated with the baobab: images that are quickly disappearing.


Isis Indriya

Born in Mesa, Arizona, Indigenous to and raised on the island of Guam, Isis Indriya dedicates her life in service to prayer, education, and community activism.

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Timo Granzotti

Timo Granzotti is a multifaceted specialist who bridges ecology, art and craft.

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