Joseph Campbell Foundation Myth Resources

World Myths and Legends in Art

The Minneapolis Institute of the Arts offers an online resource for teachers, drawing together works of art inspired by mythology from around the world. For each piece they provide background information and discussion questions....

Dawn of Art: The Chauvet Cave

The 1990s have witnessed a sort of renaissance in cave art, thanks to new discoveries from the south of France. Previously, the oldest examples of human art were thought to have been painted 15,000...

Baraka

Baraka

Great film visually stunning and thought provoking. this film does not have any dialog but will promote reflection on lifes journey. A truelly wonderful experience.

My Dinner With Andre

My Dinner With Andre

A two hour conversation about art, life, ritual and talking to plants. What makes it work is that Andre repeatedly will spend several minutes praising some guru or ritual practice… only to turn around...

Rabbit Ears Treasury… Others in the series

Rabbit Ears Treasury… Others in the series

Rabbit Ears Treasury of World Tales: Volume One: Aladdin, Anansi, East of the Sun/West of the Moon, The Five Chinese Brothers Support JCF by using our store >> Rabbit Ears Treasury of World Tales:...

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The ManKind Project

Joseph Campbell put out a call for the revitalization of the sacred on many fronts. One of the ways that he suggested to reclaim our birthright as mystical beings was to create appropriate rituals...

The Moon and the Virgin

“Nor Hall has culled new flowers from old vines…” A personal poetical response to the eternal female, past, present, and future with details that ever connect the female to Mother Moon.

Center for Symbolic Studies

Center for Symbolic Studies

Stephen and Robin Larsen, authors of the Campbell biography A Fire in the Mind, run a fascinating center in upstate New York where they offer classes, conferences, counseling and ritual events.