The Rubin Screenings of The Red Book Dialogues
Screening of a filmed conversation between Tibet scholar Robert Thurman + analyst Jane Selinske.
Dialogues originally took place in 2009 when the Rubin Museum exhibited Carl Jung’s Red Book (October 2009-February 2010).
Post-screening discussion with Patricia Llosa of the Jungian Psychoanalytic Association.
Presented in conjunction with the Jungian Psychoanalytic Association (JPA).
Free to Members
Robert A.F. Thurman is the Jey Tsong Khapa Professor of Indo-Tibetan Buddhist Studies in the Department of Religion at Columbia University, and co-founder and President of Tibet House in New York City. He writes and lectures on Buddhism, Asian history, and philosophy. A personal friend of the Dalai Lama for over 40 years, the New York Times magazine has referred to him as "The Dalai Lama's man in America." He has lectured all over the world; his academic and popular writing explore the relevance and application of Tibetan Buddhism to contemporary thought, science, and politics.. In 1997 Time magazine named him one of the 25 Most Influential Americans.
Jane Selinske Ed.D., LCSW, NCPsyA-LP, MT-BC, is a licensed Jungian analyst, a certified teacher and trainer of Mandala Assessment through the Association of Teachers of Mandala Assessment and a Board Certified Music Therapist. Dr. Selinske is on the faculty of the C.G. Jung Foundation for Analytical Psychology, the C.G. Jung Institute of New York and the Institute for Expressive Analysis. She currently practices in Montclair, NJ and NYC and does workshops in Sedona, Arizona.
Patricia Llosa , MFA, is a Jungian analyst with a background in archaeology, art history, and the visual arts. She is a member of The Jungian Psychoanalytic Association and on the board of the Marion Woodman Foundation. She has worked at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York for the last 15 years as an administrator and educator. A native of Peru, she has lived in Israel and is presently based in New York City.
All excerpts and images from The Red Book courtesy W.W. Norton & Company
Photos: Michael Palma for the Rubin Museum