Posts Tagged 'Red Book'



Wall Street Journal-Red Book

Here’s an interesting article by Arnie Cooper in the Wall Street Journal about the Red Book and the exhibition at the Hammer Museum.

Jung meets Hollywood another way

This notice today in the Los Angeles Times:

Red Book Dialogues: This series of public conversations pairs Jungian analysts with artists and thinkers to explore and respond to “The Red Book,” Carl Jung’s long-unseen illuminated manuscript, on display now at the Hammer. Tuesday’s installment features psychologist James Hillman and actress Helen Hunt. Hammer Museum, 10899 Wilshire Blvd., L.A. 7 p.m. (310) 443-7000. http://www.hammer.ucla.edu.

The Red Book at Hammer Museum

The Hammer Museum in Los Angeles is hosting an exhibition of The Red Book from April 11 through June 6, 2010. The exhibition is organized by the Rubin Museum, who hosted the first showing of The Red Book in New York earlier in the year.

Red Book Seminar Part 2—Asheville Jung Center

To follow up on the previous post about the Asheville Jung Center and The Red Book:

On May 14 the Asheville Jung Center will be hosting Part 2 of a global web seminar direct from Zurich with Murray Stein speaking on further aspects of The Red Book. Anyone with high-speed internet can watch this webcast. Cost is $47 per person; $23 for students or clergy. Home viewers will be able to watch the seminar later in the day (or within a few days) and will then have a 2 week window to watch the seminar. There are group viewings scheduled at various locations. These seminars are also available on DVD—there are a number to choose from.

Red Book video from Asheville Jung Center

There are some really interesting videos posted by the Asheville Jung Center on vimeo.com. Here is a 10-minute excerpt of Murray Stein‘s 3-hour seminar on The Red Book which was hosted as a live webinar from Zurich by the Asheville Jung Center in January 2010. There is apparently a second webinar coming this spring—I’ll post an update when I find further information.

Another Video on the Red Book

This video is a really excellent and detailed description of The Red Book. It is from the Rubin Museum which hosted the first exhibition of The Red Book after it was published. Sonu Shamdasani, the editor of the book, narrates the video and gives a lot of historical detail about what Jung was up to in writing the book and how it came together. There are lots of images used from the book—please take the time to watch.

The Dream Team Speaks

The publication of The Red Book is causing a flurry of public exhibitions and discussions. Here’s one in New York City at The C.G. Jung Foundation with a number of Jungian professionals—April 20, 2010 at 7 pm.

The Red Book on Display at the Library of Congress

Here’s an article about a planned display of The Red Book June 17 through August 18 at the Library of Congress in Washington, DC. In conjunction with the exhibition, a public symposium will be held at the Library of Congress on June 19, 2010, featuring top Jungian scholars.

Video on the Making of The Red Book

Here is a really cool video on the making of The Red Book—makes it look like a Hollywood thriller.

The video doesn’t seem to always want to play—go to this link:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIBQFSwX1UY

Sonu Shamdasani to speak on The Red Book

The Oregon Friends of Jung will be be hosting the Red Book Event, April 16 & 17 in Portland. Sonu Shamdasani, the editor of The Red Book, will give a lecture and workshop and he will be introduced by Daniel Baumann, President of the Zurich Jung Institute and great-grandson of C.G. Jung. For more information:
www.ofj.org/redbook
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Read the Harper’s article “Inside Jung’s Red Book: Six Questions for Sonu Shamdasani:”
www.harpers.org/archive/2009/10/hbc-90005940


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