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Yadina Clark

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Yadina Clark is a labyrinth artist, researcher, educator, and musician. She is involved in labyrinth typology research and pattern analysis, and has created labyrinth path length calculators and a color-coded map of over 250 labyrinths in New England. “Labyrinths of New England” began as a graduate research project and became the umbrella term for much of her labyrinth work. This has included temporary and permanent installations, finger and tabletop labyrinths, walk facilitation, labyrinth workshops, and mindfulness playshops.

Dee earned a Master of Fine Arts in Intermedia from the University of Maine where she specialized in labyrinth design and permaculture, and continued her studies in music composition and performance. In addition to teaching about labyrinths, she has been involved in education for many years in music and environmental education. She brings her music and labyrinth skills together for occasions such as solstice and equinox celebrations.