ABOUT MEMBERS’ EVE
Each year in the fall, the Maine Jung Center has an all-Member gathering to initiate the upcoming program year. This is a festive event allowing time to socialize with like-minded people who speak the language of Jung, followed by a presentation on a topic which amplifies Jung’s thoughts or ideas. We enjoy a delicious catered spread, and then come together for the special program or presentation. Our members look forward to this event with its opportunity to gather with other members after the summer hiatus, and to experience together a program that will illuminate out thinking on many levels.
As a Member, you will receive an invitation in the autumn to this special highlight of our Maine Jung Center year to usher in a focus on our desire to stay uniquely connected to topics, people, and experiences which deepen our understanding of self and the world.
Examples of some recent Members’ Eve presentations include:
2015, Classical Mythology with a performance by Figures of Speech Theatre’s, Cupid and Psyche, followed by Q&A with the performers
2016, The Nightingale with a performance by Figures of Speech Theatre, followed by a Q&A with the performers
2018, 30th Anniversary Celebration with a storytelling by Jungian Analyst Beverley Zabriskie in honor of the 50th anniversary of the 1968 “Second Bailey Island Conference”
2019, Four Quartets recitation by Figures of Speech Theatre, followed by a Q&A with the performer
2020, Sacred Instructions, a talk by Sherri Mitchell, Weh’na Ha’mu Kwasset, followed by Q&A; held online via Zoom
2021, The Psychology of Religion, a talk by Ian McCallum, followed by Q&A and workshop; held online via Zoom
2022, Stop Motion Film Festival, an event held at the Curtis Memorial Library