Women and Mythology
Ushered into the mainstream by Joseph Campbell, mythic narratives have the power to enliven and enrich our day-to-day experiences and dreams. Come journey to the African crossroads, learn about Greek goddesses, gather around for a folktale, watch a film by Maya Deren, sit in Frida Kahlo’s garden, or be mesmerized by mystic poets. We will explore the literary, psychological, spiritual, and cultural significance of an array of female-centric mythological narratives, images, and historical persons. Each class focuses on storytelling as personal inspiration for writing and/or artwork. Bodywork, collage, music, meditation, and optional group presentation will be explored. A $3 materials fee is due to the instructor on the first day of class.
- Oct 15, 2019 to Nov 19, 2019
- 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
- Session(s): 6; Tuesday
Location : On Campus: IB Bldg, Room 3316
9600 College Way North,Seattle,98103
- Fee: $119
- Item #: 7139
- Please Note: Location for this class has changed from CC 3352 to IB 3316.