Mythological RoundTable® Group of Buenos Aires II, Argentina
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I am interested in organizing a Mythological RoundTable(™) Group with some students and colleagues, here in Buenos Aires. I am a psychologist and professor of psychology of religion at  Salvador University.

My interest for the beggining is to start a new group with students of my psychology course and other people near my community who may be interested in the study of myths through the spirit of Joseph Campbell´s work.

Juan Manuel Otero Barrigón

Nearby Events

Jan
30
Thu
Joseph Campbell & Jean Erdman: The Hero-Heroine dance-MRT-Dublin at MYTHIC LINKS Ireland @ United Arts Club
Jan 30 @ 7:15 pm – 9:00 pm

Series Poster

Thurs 30 Jan – Joseph CAMPBELL and Jean ERDMAN:
The HERO-HEROINE Dance
  –from James Joyce to Star Wars!
Introducing the life and work of  mythologist and writer Joseph Campbell, his wife, the dancer Jean Erdman, and their interest in James Joyce and other Irish connections.
FILM Clips & Illustrated TALK
Speaker: Mary MacKENNA

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Voluntary non-profit event-
Cover charge per evening is to defray venue costs and overheads.
Donations will be also made to JCF when feasible

Jan
31
Fri
Mythology and Popular Culture @ UNF Writing Center
Jan 31 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Join the UNF Writing Center’s Mythological RoundTable group for our first meeting of Spring 2020. English instructor Jacob McElroy will offer an introduction to Joseph Campbell’s methods of story analysis. After the initial presentation, we will have an open discussion about mythology’s connection to pop culture.

(The event is free, but parking at UNF requires a paid permit for the day.)

Feb
20
Thu
Shrines of CRETE: Sound, Architecture, Landscape-MRT-Dublin at MYTHIC LINKS Ireland @ United Arts Club
Feb 20 @ 7:15 pm – 9:00 pm

Series Poster

Thurs 20 Feb-CRETE – Memorialising the Sacred:
Sound and Architecture defining the Landscape         


Presentation featuring photography and sound recordings 
from churches and shrines of Crete at Loutro and Anopolisbased on the installation at the Irish Architectural Archive 

Anthony Kelly, Seán McCrum, Paddy Sammon, David Stalling

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Voluntary non-profit event-
Cover charge per evening is to defray venue costs and overheads.
Donations will be also made to JCF when feasible

Feb
21
Fri
Our Heroic Journeys @ Spargo's
Feb 21 @ 3:15 pm – 4:00 pm
Salt Lake City MRT – Myths in America
Feb 21 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Mar
4
Wed
Campbell, Jung and Unlocking Creative Potential @ Jane Bancroft Cook Library at New College
Mar 4 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
“We would do well…to think of the creative process as a living thing implanted in the human psyche.”—Carl Jung
Sarasota artists and C. G. Jung Society of Sarasota board members Joyce Zimmerman and Carol Shore will address how the works of Joseph Campbell and Carl Jung helped to unlock and guide their personal creative processes and life’s work—with the objective of inspiring others to explore the realms of myth, symbolism, dreams and the unconscious as a path toward Self-expression and expanded consciousness.
“You can’t have creativity unless you leave behind the bounded, the fixed, all the rules.”—Joseph Campbell
This interactive discussion will focus on planting the seeds of routine and discipline in our lives that—when nourished—grow into the powerful rituals that allow us to access the “yonder shores” of the unseen realms and then bring our own personal mythology to life in this world.
“The creative process…consists in the unconscious activation of an archetypal image, and in elaborating and shaping this image into the finished work. By giving it shape, the artist translates it into the language of the present, and so makes it possible for us to find our way back to the deepest springs of life.”—Carl Jung
Carol Shore, MA, CET is an Intermodal Expressive Arts facilitator specializing in art for wellness and transitions. As Artist-in-Residence for Moffitt Cancer Center’s Arts In Medicine program for 20 years, Carol worked with patients, visitors and staff. She is currently documenting her creative practice at midlife—a collection of drawings, paintings and sculptures with commentary on archetypal images as agents of change, a “Midlife Crisis Illustrated” amplified from a Jungian perspective. Her paintings are in private collections worldwide.
Joyce Zimmerman is a mixed media artist with strong ties to expressive dance movement. Her authentic art process continued to evolve after studying in the late 70s with an esteemed Jungian therapist. Joyce’s works center around dreams and mark making with her non-dominate hand to access the dormant aspects of her creative spirit. She also creates icons to fulfill her desire to capture ancient objects. While living in Massachusetts, Joyce won a grant through the state and the Monroe Center for the Arts to create a series of workshops based on the teachings of Carl Jung and life experiences. The De Cordva Museum school in Lincoln, MA, later invited her to conduct the journal workshop “Nurturing Self Through Creativity. She recently published her book of poetry, prose and art: The Poets Eye.
Join in discussions inspired by the lifework of mythologist and comparative religion expert Joseph Campbell. Joseph Campbell®️ Foundation Mythological Roundtable®️ (MRT) network groups are gatherings of people interested in all things mythological. They are designed to enrich us as individuals and offer the opportunity to introduce Joseph Campbell’s work to the wider community. Hosted in partnership with the C. G. Jung Society of Sarasota, MRT gatherings will bring together presenters and the community to expand our conscious understanding of the interplay between mythology and Jungian psychology, as well as the evolution of the human psyche and society as a whole. Paul Boivin—a lifelong Joseph Campbell enthusiast and a Sarasota-based business entrepreneur who helped to establish the Sarasota MRT in 2015—will facilitate the meetings.
Mar
14
Sat
Joseph Campbell’s Hero’s: between Ayn Rand and the Eternaut
Mar 14 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Joseph Campbell's Hero's: between Ayn Rand and the Eternaut

Sábado 14 de Marzo. 16 a 19hs.
APERTURA CICLO 2020. “MESAS REDONDAS MITOLÓGICAS” (JOSEPH CAMPBELL FOUNDATION).- www.jcf.org

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Mapa de la Reunión.

16 a 18.45hs – 3 segmentos: 1) Sobre algunos mitos sociales actuales: La “Argentina potencia”, el mito de la “salud perfecta”, y otros. (Reflexiones a partir de los estudios del psiquiatra y psicoanalista Alberto Jones). 2) El “héroe Campbelliano”: entre Ayn Rand y el Eternauta; 3) Introducción a la psicomitología de Laura Winckler.
18.45hs: Rito de cierre de la reunión

Mar
22
Sun
Revisioning Your Hero’s Journey®: A Mythological Toolbox @ Esalen
Mar 22 – Mar 27 all-day

Mythological ToolBox® PlayShops

Joseph Campbell liked to celebrate his birthday (March 26th) at Esalen. Explaining why, he’d recount Carl Jung’s wondering, “What myth am I living by?” and realizing he didn’t know, writing “I took it upon myself to get to know ‘my’ myth, and I regarded this as the task of tasks.” “That’s what a birthday is for,” Campbell would conclude, “and what Esalen is about.” In 1988, five months after Campbell’s death, his friends gathered at Esalen for “Campbell Week,” a tradition that has morphed into this Playshop.

Who were you? What’s inspired your biographical saga? What treasures hide in your basement or attic? Who are you? What’s displayed on your refrigerator? What dangles from your rearview mirror? Who do you aspire to be? What’s on your bucket list? Dare to revision yourself. Join our springtime rebirth rituals. You needn’t be familiar with Campbell to relive dreams, rekindle visions, embrace mythmaking tools like drums and dance, music and song, masks, medicine bags and altars. Individual, small- and large-group activities will provide reflective and expressive opportunities to retool the myths shaping your life. Bring a meaningful but expendable totem, unsung story or evocative song, and a sense of humor.

Learn more and register at Esalen.com

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Revisioning Your Hero’s Journey®: A Mythological Toolbox

WEEK OF MARCH 22-27, 2020
Esalen Institute, Big Sur, California

Apr
15
Wed
Beyond the Five Senses: Transcending Physical Existence @ Jane Bancroft Cook Library at New College
Apr 15 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
“The psychotic drowns in the same waters in which the mystic swims with delight.”
― Joseph Campbell
As the fields of science, psychology and neuroscience continue to explore the inner workings of the human mind and consciousness, we continue to debate what constitutes “reality” as well as what separates psychotic episodes from mystic, spiritual experiences and journeys to other “unseen” realms that are as “real” as our own waking world.
Learn how we can utilize the teachings of Joseph Campbell and Carl Jung to help us understand the mythical and the non-physical realms of experience that can be induced by psychedelics, meditation, mental illness and psychic phenomenon—to bring back profound understandings that can help expand our worldview and transcend our limiting beliefs in this physical world. The new renaissance in psychedelic drugs will be discussed using examples from Michael Pollan’s book How to Change Your Mind.
Join in discussions inspired by the lifework of mythologist and comparative religion expert Joseph Campbell. Joseph Campbell®️ Foundation Mythological Roundtable®️ (MRT) network groups are gatherings of people interested in all things mythological. They are designed to enrich us as individuals and offer the opportunity to introduce Joseph Campbell’s work to the wider community. Hosted in partnership with the C. G. Jung Society of Sarasota, MRT gatherings will bring together presenters and the community to expand our conscious understanding of the interplay between mythology and Jungian psychology, as well as the evolution of the human psyche and society as a whole. Paul Boivin—a lifelong Joseph Campbell enthusiast and a Sarasota-based business entrepreneur who helped to establish the Sarasota MRT in 2015—will facilitate the meetings.

See the full calendar of RoundTable Events

RoundTable Contact: Juan Manuel Otero Barrigón

RoundTable Status: Emerging