Thirtieth Annual Jungian Conference
THE MOVING IMAGE:
Movies ensoul our lives. They coax us into the imaginal realm where we participate in story and myth. At the movies we travel the world, journey through space, fall in love, witness murder and tragedy, undergo breathtaking adventure and laugh with silliness and joy. Much like dreams and active imagination, movies allow the expression and the experience of both personal and collective material. Movies carry us forward into myth in modern dress: The Moving Image.
This year, the C.G. Jung Club of Orange County presents our annual conference and lecture series in a combined format to both interpret and, perhaps more importantly, experience the potential that is the moving image in film. Join us for a daylong event followed by three consecutive evening lectures, and a final meeting for informal discussion and community interchange. See you there!
30th Annual Jungian Conference
A View of the American Psyche from Film
John Beebe, M.D.
Saturday, March 29th, 2003
9:00am to 5:00pm
Annual Jungian Series
(3 Friday night lectures in April 2003)
From Stained Glass to Celluloid:
The Image of the Child in "Atomic Bomb Cinema"
Jerome F. Shapiro, Ph.D.
Friday, April 4th, 2003
Fairytale and Myth in Film
Steven Galipeau, M.A., M.Div
Friday, April 11th, 2003
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon:
Eros and Power
Chie Lee, M.A.
Friday, April 18th, 2003
at the Club Library in Smith Hall
Free to all series attendees
Friday, April 25th, 2003
CEUs for MFTs and LCSWs; payable at the door.
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Chapman University, Smith Hall, Room 115 (see MAP)