Artistic

Reminder: 18 Nov., London: Jonathan Chadwick's play "Check Out" Leading Edges

Tuesday 18 November 2014 Starting at 8.15pm   CHECK OUT                                         A play by Jonathan Chadwick The muse, the mentor, the oracle and the sphinx A popular uprising brings turmoil to the city streets.  A radical writer encounters his former protégée, muse and lover, while he is waiting for a train to take him off …

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Event: 'A Dangerous Method' at the Royal College of Psychiatrists

We are showing the film ‘A Dangerous Method‘ at the Royal College of Psychiatrists HQ followed by a discussion with wine and refreshments. You can see the details below – we are hoping you might be able to come and take part in the discussion and perhaps encourage other Jungian therapists to come as well …

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New Book! Feels Like Home Again: Collected Poems Paperback – March 15, 2014 by Joel Weishaus (Author)

Feels Like Home Again traces forty years of Joel Weishaus’ natural, poetic and spiritual life, from a military post in Massachusetts, to the San Francisco of the 1960s, to the mountains of Japan and Northern California, to New Mexico’s high desert; and from modernism to the thrums of post-modernism. In this collection, Weishaus, who is …

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Call for Papers – 'Art, Aesthetics, and Analytical Psychology’

Call for paper for the special themed issue of the International Journal for Jungian Studies, guest edited by Dr David Parker.   Art, aesthetics, and Analytical Psychology have overlapping histories that are punctuated by their involvement in the elaboration of the imagination and its symbolic expression.  Each provides the means to a deeper engagement with …

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David Parker Paintings

My painting can best be described as having a loosely and largely unconsciously based imaginative relationship with aspects of landscape – in particular, rock surfaces and their hallucinatory capacity to evoke dream states and imaginative other worlds. I am fascinated by how liminal states of attention and awareness – states on the border between consciousness …

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