03/24/18 - 06/09/18 at 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Come have some fun, a little friendly competition on the track, and meet a new group of friends. Our second race series is about to begin. All ages and experience levels welcome! Stop in for more information or call us at (207) 729-9545.
05/31/18 - 06/03/18 at All Day
Come see some of the top ranked tennis players in the country in the Men’s 35 age group! Play begins on Thursday, May 31 and goes through Sunday, June 3. Admission is FREE! We will be running a raffle for massage, tennis rackets, and more on Saturday and Sunday, you just need to be in attendance to be entered.
On Sunday morning at 9 am Maine Pines will sponsor a free French Open Brunch during the finals of the tournament. Questions? Call 729-8433.
06/01/18 at 12:00 am
Wanna know what a teennager is thinking about? What they find important? What they think is ridiculous? You’d be surprised…most of the time. Come watch the antics of the Young Company as they turn their everyday trials and tribulations into hilarious sketch routines! The energy and laughs abound in this rollicking improvisational show written and created by them!
**(PARENTAL DISCRETION REQUIRED DUE TO LANGUAGE AND SUBJECT MATTER)
Directed by Karin Baard
Sponsored by: Morning Glory Natural Foods
The Theater Project presents
The Young Company in
VOICES IN THE MIRROR
original sketch comedy by local teens
June 1, 2 & 3
Friday/Saturday at 7:30 pm
Sunday at 2:00 pm
tix/FMI 729-8584 or
14 School Street, Brunswick
06/01/18 at 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Points of View Artists open their 2018 gallery season with Then and Now, showing artwork that reflects the artistic development each artist has experienced over the years. With works by 14 artists – each of whom has shifted in technique and approach – the exhibit presents an abundance of artistic diversity.
Reception: Friday, May 11, 5-7 pm. Gallery location and hours: 18 Pleasant Street; 9 am – 5 pm Monday through Friday. FMI: povartistsmaine.com; 373-9300
06/01/18 at 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
FRIDAY LECTURE, 7-9PM, $20-25
In Friday evening’s lecture, the presenter will argue for three fundamental propositions: 1. Imagination is Reality; 2. Our experience is historically and culturally variable; 3. Language is the means by which we both receive and create the world. We will explore the consequences of this view of reality with the help of the work of C. G. Jung, Henry Corbin, James Hillman, Gaston Bachelard and a variety of poets and artists. We will also consider Jung’s Red Book, why he refused to think of it as “art,” and its place within the artistic tradition. This will lead us to ask about the relation between abstract thought and our archaic, primary human potential.
SATURDAY WORKSHOP, 10AM-4PM (Maine Jung Center, 183 Park Row, Brunswick), $40-50
In Saturday’s workshop, we will extend this analysis by considering why alchemy was such an important component of the work of all four of our guides to the Imagination. We will consider historically and culturally variable versions of the experience of the “saturated phenomenon.” We will conclude by suggesting practical steps we can take to help us all be more alive, open and compassionate.
Tom Cheetham, PhD, is a biologist, philosopher and poet. He is the author of five books on the imagination in psychology, religion and the arts, most recently Imaginal Love (2015), and a book of poems, Boundary Violations (2015). He compiled the bibliography of archetypal psychology for James Hillman’s Archetypal Psychology: A Brief Account and is editor of Volume 11 of the Uniform Edition of Hillman’s works, On Depression (forthcoming). He is a Fellow of the Temenos Academy in London and Adjunct Professor of Human Ecology at the College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor, Maine. He teaches and lectures regularly in Europe and the US.
FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO REGISTER, PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE: WWW.MAINEJUNGCENTER.ORG
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