Pacifica Faculty, Alumni, & Students Present at The Art and Psyche

Posted by Nikole Hollenitsch on Aug 31, 2015 2:18:00 PM

Pacifica is excited to announce that is has several faculty, students, and alumni presenting at the international conference The Art and Psyche in Sicily. The conference is organized by Art and Psyche Working Group and is being held in the Grand Hotel, Minareto, Siracusa, in Italy from Tuesday, September 2 to September 6, 2015.

The full title for the conference is:

Art and Psyche in Sicily
Layers and Liminality The Universality of the Art:
Prevention, Health Education and Rehabilitation 


We invite you to learn more about the Pacifica community members presenting at the conference.

psyche_conf_artBarre, Robin. Student at Pacifica Graduate Institute in the M.A. Counseling Psychology Program. Robin presents Crocodile Mandala on Saturday, September 5th at the conference.

Bennet, Matthew. Matthew is core faculty at Pacifica Graduate Institute in the Clinical Psychology Department, Psychologist, psychotherapist, adjunct faculty at Antioch University and at Reiss-Davis Child Development Centre in Los Angeles. Matthew Bennet presents The hierogliph of the human soul: archetypal foundation of character structure with Leigh McClosey on Thursday, September 3rd at the conference.

Bosco, Lucille. Alumnae from the M.A. Humanities Program at Pacifica Graduate Institute, Gifted Speaker, Dream Counsellor, Artist, Archetypal Astrologer, and Alchemist. Lucille presents The island seas as image and metaphor and much more… on Thursday, September 3rd at the conference.

Cambray, Joe. Dr. Cambray is a Jungian analyst, the incoming Provost for Pacifica Graduate Institute, past President of the International Association for Analytical Psychology, and former President of the C.G. Jung Institute of Boston. He is also on the Editorial Boards for the Journal of Analytical Psychology. Joe presents Artistic intuition and the psychoid imagination: bridging symbolic and ecological realities on Friday, September 4th.

Ciaravino, Antonia. Antonia is currently a doctoral student in Pacifica's Somatics Studies Specialization of the Depth Psychology Program. Antonia presents Art as image of psyche on Friday, September 4th.

Davies, Kathleen. Kathleen holds a B.A. in Art History, Post -graduate studies in film, arts, and culture and is currently a student in the M.A. Engaged Humanities and The Creative Life Program at Pacifica Graduate Institute. Kathleen presents The ancient ruins of the collective unconscious. The artist/ archaeologist, and the act of artmaking in emerging new life, knowledge and meaning on Friday, September 4th.

Ellis, Cynthia. Cynthia is currently a student in the M.A. Engaged Humanities and the Creative Life Program at Pacifica Graduate Institute. Cynthia presents Creative practice using Jung and iambic pentameter on Friday, September 4th.

Fidyk, Alexandra. Alexandra is Associate Professor in the Department of Secondary Education, University of Alberta and adjunct faculty at Pacifica. Alexandra presents An aesthetic of black on Saturday, September 5th.

Hass, Gabrielle. Gabrielle is currently a student in Pacifica's M.A. Engaged Humanities and the Creative Life Program. Gabrielle presents A healing journey with my father through the borderlands on Saturday, September 5th.

Kirgin, Kathleen. Kathleen earned her M.A. in the Jungian and Archetypal Studies Specialization of the Depth Psychology program at Pacifica and is now pursuing her doctorate, which focuses on the cultural complexes of Ireland. Kathleen presents Ireland evolving on Saturday, September 5th.

Madden, Kathryn. Kathryn is a Licensed psychoanalyst of Jungian/psychodynamic focus in private practice in NYC. She is Lecturer at UTS, Columbia University in NYC, and Adjunct Faculty at Pacifica Graduate Institute, Kathryn presents Transforming places into ritual spaces: archetypes of transformation in the liminality of Live Theater on Friday, September 4th.

Smith, Evans Lansing. Dr. Smith is core faculty and chair of the Mythological Studies Program at the Pacifica Graduate Institute. He is the author of ten books and numerous articles on comparative literature and mythology. Lans presents Goddess of the Mediterranean Soul on Thursday, September 3rd.

Tank, Mikhail. Mikhail is a current student in the Jungian and Archetypal Studies Specialization of the Depth Psychology Program and member of A.R.A.S. Mikhail presents Intersex as a transcendental function on Saturday, September 5th.

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