"Creativity and Transformation," Ken Buch - a Friday Evening Talk Sponsored by Phoenix Friends of C.G. Jung
The general public is invited to join the Phoenix Friends of C.G. Jung at 7:30 pm on March 21 at The Casa (Franciscan Renewal Center), 5802 E. Lincoln Drive, Scottsdale, AZ (in The St. Agnes Room) for a Friday evening talk by Ken Buch, PhD who will speak on "Creativity and Transformation."
Phoenix, AZ, February 28, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Ken Buch, Phd, president of the Kansas City Friends of Jung, will discuss creativity and transformation. Jung describes the creative process as a living thing implanted in the human psyche. The role of the unconscious in the creative process sheds light on the effect which art has on both the artist and society. The artist views the creative experience as numinous and believes it can be transformed through the interaction with and assimilation of the archetypal images and energies. The effect on society consists of the compensating role of the unconscious on the reigning conscious attitudes of the time.
This Friday talk will explore the relationship between the creator and the creative process in light of Jung's concept of the collective unconscious and its denizens-the archetypes. This is a relationship recognized by mathematicians to musicians to multimedia artists.
$25 fee for non-members.