Mar 23, 2006
Dr. Jean Houston, a scholar and researcher of human capacities hosts a lecture and interactive social artistry workshop at HSU.
Social artistry is the application of leadership that fulfills the human potential in this modern, globalized, multi-cultural world. During this workshop, students will explore cross-cultural mythic and spiritual studies, including history, philosophy, new physics, psychology, and anthropology. The workshop will include a performance-inspired lecture, group and individual processes, and psycho-physical movement.
Dr. Houston has worked with the likes of Margaret Mead and Joe Campbell and has spent a lifetime as a scholar and researcher of human capacities, creating such institutions as the Foundation for Mind Research in Pomona, New York and the Mystery School, a program that explores cross-cultural mythic, and spiritual studies, including history, philosophy, new physics, psychology, and anthropology. She is currently working with the United Nations Development program to train social artistry leaders in many countries.