This is a free presentation of visual and performing arts to the public. There is a gallery and adjacent theater filled with a schedule of performing arts, including mythology, dance, music, poetry and lectures on the brain and creativitiy.
Join me, as curator and producer of Mirrors of the Mind, for an
ARTIST RECEPTION, 6 to 9 pm on Saturday, September 29th, including live music
Or come earlier for a full day of performance events as well in the adjacent gallery.
Saturday, September 29th
10:00 Welcome! Terry Marks-Tarlow, Ph.D., Curator
10:05 Michael and Jahna Perricone, Invited Presentation
Meditation Vibration! --- Creative Mastery
through Voice and Sound Meditation (Tibetan Bowls)
10:35 Georgianne Cowan, Invited Presentation
Hell in High Water: an underwater, visual journey and reading
11:30 Deena Booth
and Temple of the Goddess’ Mythic Players
One-Act Myth: Inanna Rising:
Integration of the Dark Divine
Spoken Word Piece:
The Revolution Must Have Dancing by Nina Simons
12:30 Paula Thomson, Psy.D.
Gates of Mercy - Live Performance: Choreographic Premiere
It Could Be Frankie - DVD Dance Performance:
1:15 James Catterall, Ph.D., Invited Presentation
The Arts, Empathy, and Creativity
2:00 Alison Freeman, Ph.D.
Imagine, an Interpretive, Sign Language Dance
2:25 Margaret Fichter, Psy.D.
Original Music Set, sung and played live
3:15 Stuart Perlman, Ph.D.
Portraits of the Homeless: Painting the Unseen Faces Around Us.
4:15 Paula Thomson, Psy.D.
Gates of Mercy, repeat performance
6:00 – 9:00 pm Artist Reception &
LACPA Foundation Fundraiser: Coffee Bar and Silent Auction
Sunday, September 30th
10:00 Robert Carroll, M.D.
Finding the Words to Say it:
The Healing Power of Poetry
10:30 Ginny Tal, L.C.S.W.
Poetry Reading: …and we are still lynching “them”
11:00 Elaine Hall, Invited Presentation
The Miracle Project: Theater and children with autism
11:45 Robert Bilder, Ph.D., ABPP-CN, Invited Presentation
12:30 Stephan Wolfert, Invited Presentation
CRY HAVOC: Meet Shakespeare’s veterans
PROGRAM AND TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
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