JCF Mythological RoundTable® Groups Events Calendar

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Jun
19
Wed
Mythen des Sozialismus @ Markus Kähler
Jun 19 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Nicht alle Mythologien sind spirituell — nachdem wir 2011 schon einmal anlässlich einer Begehung des Denkmals im Treptower Park die Erinnerungskultur der Sowjetunion untersucht hatten, wenden wir uns dieses Mal den Mythen des Sozialismus allgemein zu:

  • worauf bauen sie auf,
  • wie spiegeln sie sich in Sprache und Kunst,
  • und wie viel davon lebt noch oder wieder?

Auf der Klimademo am 24.5. bekam ich dieses Flugblatt in die Hand gedrückt — was ist daraus schon erkennbar?

Flugblatt, verteilt auf der Klimademo am 24.5.19 in Berlin

Flugblatt, verteilt auf der Klimademo am 24.5.19 in Berlin

Für weiter Interessierte hier eine kl. Doku zur “Kunst am Bau” in der DDR:

Jun
22
Sat
Espiritismo: mitos y realidades
Jun 22 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Espiritismo: mitos y realidades

Sábado 22 de Junio. 16 a 19hs.
TERCERA MESA REDONDA MITOLOGICA DEL CICLO 2019.

EXPOSITOR INVITADO:
LIC. JUAN MANUEL CORBETTA

Lic. en Psicología (UJFK), psicoanalista. Investigador del Programa “Patrimonio y Creencias” del Museo Roca-Instituto de Investigaciones Históricas.
Co-autor del libro “Cuando hablan los espíritus” (Ed. Antigua, 2010), junto a Juan Gimeno y Fabiana Savall.

Mapa de la Reunión:
16 a 17.30hs: El homo simbolicum / Mitos y Sí Mismo jungiano / Mitología práctica (Parte III)
17.30 a 19hs: Exposición del Lic. Juan Manuel Corbetta
19hs: Rito grupal de cierre de la reunión

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Aug
18
Sun
Odette Springer, PhD presents “The Indigenous Psyche: Changing Woman and an Artist in Dialogue” @ OPUS Archives and Research Center
Aug 18 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

The Joseph Campbell Foundation Mythological RoundTable® Group of OPUS

at Pacifica Graduate Institute presents:

Odette Springer, PhD

The Indigenous Psyche: Changing Woman and an Artist in Dialogue

Sunday, August 18, 2019

5:30-7:30pm

801 Ladera Lane Santa Barbara CA 93108

Classroom G

Free & Open to the Public

Who is the Navajo Deity Changing Woman and why is her mythology obscured? In this presentation, Odette Springer, PhD, will explore the many mysteries of Changing Woman and Na’ach’aanhi, the Navajo term for an artist, or “maker of things.” By engaging Changing Woman through the therapeutic technique of active imagination, Springer re-imagined her own disembodied creative spirit that had been severed by trauma and found that, as a symbol of continual regeneration, Changing Woman offered a balanced system to the fragmenting nature of the creative process. It is Springer’s hope that sharing her own rediscovery of voice and body will encourage today’s women and men to draw from Changing Woman’s invaluable gifts and inspire their own myths in the making. Join us as we explore this quintessential feminine Goddess through myth, music, and metaphor.

Odette Springer, PhD, is a writer, independent film producer, and classically trained musician. She has been a singer/songwriter and composer for over 25 films for such companies as HBO, Showtime, Paramount Studios, and the Disney Channel, as well as numerous international television networks. Her first feature documentary Some Nudity Required premiered at Sundance and immediately secured worldwide distribution. In addition to publishing her poetry, she has published academic essays in several anthologies. Her dissertation for Pacifica Graduate Institute focuses on trauma and the creative process and is entitled Changing Woman: Calling The Feminine Home.

For more info: [email protected] or 805.969.5750