Seeing Red at the Movies - Series I
In this Seeing Red at the Movies webinar series, we explore classic and contemporary films through the lens of the archetypal identities of the feminine. Working with a gifted faculty of analysts, authors and artists, this series will explore themes of feminine identity, complexes, projections and individuation as they are portrayed on the cinematic screen and as they relate to each of us in contemporary culture.
Seeing Red at the Movies - Series II
In this new Seeing Red at the Movies II webinar series, we will explore themes of identity and power in classic and contemporary films as portrayed through the lens of both the feminine and masculine. Working with a gifted faculty of analysts, authors and artists, this series will illuminate the archetypal themes in each film as well as look at the nuanced expressions of identity, complexes, projections and individuation as they are portrayed on the cinematic screen and as they relate to each of us in contemporary culture.
Friendships of Women - Series I
The friendships of women illustrate an archetypal bond of soulful solidarity that knits together not only individual women, but entire communities and cultures. In this Seeing Red webinar series, we look at four archetypal stories of the friendships of women. Join scholar and author, Demaris Wehr and Seeing Red Founder and Director, Loralee Scott-Conforti, as they explore the dynamics that made these relationships instrumental in working through tragedy and rage, overcoming injustice, preparing for a new consciousness, and offering life-changing insights. In contrast to a biased narrative that characterizes the friendships of women as petty, competitive and insignificant, these archetypal stories give us insight into generative and transformational dynamics that are rooted in empathic relationship rather than hierarchical domination.