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Wed Oct
1
Wed Oct
29
6:00p - 7:40p

Understanding Jung: The Basic Concepts, Part 1

Presented by C.G. Jung Foundation for Analytical Psychology


We will explore the elements of Jungian psychology, including: archetype, collective unconscious, persona, shadow, anima and animus, self, consciousness, symbol, spirit, mother complex, father complex, typology, individuation, and inner marriage. We will also explore Jung’s method of interpreting dreams, myths and fairy tales. Instructor: Maxson McDowell
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Wed Oct
1
6:00p - 8:00p

Financial Planning and Tax Preparation for Artists

Presented by Queens Council on the Arts


Financial Planning and Tax Preparation for Artists.
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Thu Oct
2
06:00p - 09:00p

"Executive-Function Training for Adults with ADHD"

Presented by Manhattan Adult ADD Support Group


Some of us struggle with issues -- planning, timing, focusing, sequencing, decision-making -- that others take for granted. Can some of what's missing be acquired through practice? Can habit formation help? Can skill- building do just that? Can reassessing our goals -- and our strengths -- make a difference? Is mindfulness training likely to pay off? Come to the meeting to find out
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Thu Oct
2
8:00p - 9:30p

Zen Arts Concert: See Into Your Mind

Presented by Zen Arts Concert Series


We are a group of young professionals from a variety of backgrounds, who came together to pursue a new type of artistic work that allows the body, mind, and spirit to function together harmoniously, through a live concert series that will be held in conjunction with meditation practices.We incorporate Eastern philosophy and meditation practices with a sophisticated multi-media concert and performance. Through sincere interactions between musicians, performers, and audience members we hope to bring thoughtful inspiration, physical and psychological well-being to all involved. Zen music can provide enlightenment by helping audiences realize the Buddha-nature that exists within everyone and everything. We believe that the integration of music and the Zen Arts is one of the best ways to help people resolve their emotional issues and heighten personal awareness. We have six incredible composers, who have been writing unique pieces for this show, and we have enlisted a host of wonderful musicians. Some of them will be playing Chinese folk instruments that are rarely heard on Western stages.
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Thu Oct
2
6:00p - 8:00p

Indie K-pop Spotlight: Lucite Tokki

Presented by The Korea Society


K-pop performers from Korea’s major labels are well known throughout the globe. Now, artists signed to Korea’s independent music labels are gradually attracting international recognition. Like a breath of fresh air, Lucite Tokki (???? ??), a Seoul-based female pop duo, creates unique and honest music. Musicians Kim Sun Young and Cho Ye Jin compose pieces reflective of their evolving emotions and musical tastes. Join us to welcome Lucite Tokki for their first international performance, followed by a Q&A session.
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Fri Oct
3
Sun Oct
5
:p - 9:30p

Ballet for the Homeless

Presented by TheEdwardMorganBallet


Created by TheEdwardMorganBallet, this performance is to raise awareness, through the arts, and educate people about homelessness in New York City. "Mass for the Ballet” brings together people from all walks of life. Performers include ballet dancers, musicians and actors communing together through the arts to raise consciousness about the homeless epidemic. Also, “Earthly Love, Heavenly Spirits,” a pas de deux commemorating the death of Matthew Shepard who was murdered by Hate in October 1998, will be brought back to stage. It was first danced in October 2001 during The Anti Violence Project Benefit in which TheEdwardMorganBallet did a tribute to Shepard. Once again this October and 16 years after Shepard’s death, the pas de deux will be brought back in honor of those LGBT homeless youth who died on the streets fighting to survive.
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Sat Oct
4
Sun Oct
5
10:00p - 06:00p

Intro to Wet Plate with Lisa Elmaleh - Oct.4-5, NYC

Presented by Penumbra Foundation


In this workshop, Lisa will teach students how to create glass negatives, tintypes and ambrotypes in camera.
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Sat Oct
4
Sun Oct
5
10:00a - 6:00p

Oct 4-5 Digital Negatives with Morgan Post

Presented by Penumbra Foundation


At the end of this workshop, students will leave with saved curves and prints that can be applied and adjusted for working with silver gelatin prints. This technique can be applied to Gum Bichromate, Kallitype, Cyanotype, Platinum, Palladium, VanDyke, Gravure and many other processes.
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Sat Oct
4
Sun Oct
5
10:00a - 05:00p

2-Day Metatronia Therapy & Light Body Mechanics Workshop- NYC

Presented by Metatronia Therapy


Metatronia Therapy is the latest in Electromedicine. It is alignment to The One Source through Metatron. Aligning you to the Higher Heart and aligning to Divine Mind. Releasing the mind, to return to the Divine Thought-forms of the Light. Alignment is the Undoing of all that is not the Truth of you. Metatron brings alignment with the sacred geometric Inscriptions of the Living Light of the Metatronic Consciousness. Metatronia Therapy offers Ascension Alignment, undoing any blocks, lifting the veil, so that the Light may be seen. Metatron assists in any unraveling needed, to align one to the Higher Heart, the I Am Presence. It is a return to Divine Creativity, enlightening, enlivening. It is a return to the Peace within.
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Sun Oct
5
10:30a - 12:30p

Bagels & Blox

Presented by Modern Family Center @ Spence-Chapin


Are you looking to connect with other adoptive parents of young ones? Join us for Bagels & Blox. We'll provide food, child care, and fun - all you have to do is enjoy breakfast and connect with other parents while your kids play! Our early childhood experts will be here to answer questions and offer guidance for eating, sleeping, and behavioral concerns.
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