March 9, 2007

Workshops

Minnesota Jung Association Presents A Lecture by Bradley Tepaske
Friday, March 9, 2007 from 7:30-9:30 pm
Macalester College—Carnegie Hall Room G-6
(registration begins at 7:00 pm)

Hieronymus Bosch’s ‘Garden of Earthly Delights’?

The enchanting painting by Hieronymus Bosch (1453-1516) represents a most enigmatic interpretive puzzle of Northern Renaissance art, an archetypal cart-wheel across the sensual skin of the Great Mother, and an unwitting celebration of Aphrodite and Eros in the medieval Christian psyche of the Low Countries.

Employing lovely detailed slides of the famous triptych in its entirety, Dr. TePaske will explore Bosch’s historical and religious milieu, his portrayal of the extremes of the senses from their innocence in Paradise to their outrage in Hell, and the work’s significance on varied mythical and psychological parameters.

Bradley A TePaske is a Zurich-trained Jungian analyst and a Clinical Psychologist in private practice in Los Angeles and Pacific Palisades, California. He holds an MFA in Printmaking, and had studied with two noted Northern Renaissance scholars, Charles Cuttler at Iowa and Craig Harbison at UMASS. A frequent lecturer at the C.G. Jung Institute of L.A., Dr. TePaske is also a religious historian, a mythologist, a teacher of Gnosticism, Magdalen/ Sophia lore and the Graeco-Roman Mystery Religions---and a devoted environmental and anti-war activist. Brad is a past president of the Minnesota Jung Association. We are able to present him this evening through the courtesy of the MN Seminar in Jungian studies.

To register and/or become a member, go to minnesotajung.org for a registration blank

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Ally Training
Tuesday, March 20, 11AM - 2PM - Coffman Memorial Union, Room 303
Ally Trainings include GLBTA Jeopardy, a panel of community members, and facilitated discussion focused on dispelling myths and stereotypes about the GLBT community. Members leave the training with concrete steps they can take to help eliminate homophobia, biphobia and transphobia, both on campus and in the larger community. Lunch will be provided. For further information or to RSVP to attend the training, please contact John in the GLBTA Programs Office, glbta@umn.edu or 612-625-0537.

Posted by lind0449 at March 9, 2007 11:48 AM