Many wonderful exhibits are under discussion and some already in development. We look forward to sharing more exhibits in the Images gallery with Maxine Nelson’s interpretation of images from Kamila Ženatá’s “Women’s Yard” (curated by Marilyn Meyers), and “Winnie’s Gallery”/Dogs in Psychoanalysis (curated by Arlene Kramer Richards and Arnold Richards).
Paula Ellman is curating a gallery on Courage to Fight Violence against Women exhibiting a diversity of perspectives on addressing this global issue, and Marilyn Meyers is giving thought to The Perpetrator’s Mind, thinking of ways to symbolize the unsymbolizeable – the deadness of the perpetrator.
We are eager to plan galleries on topics you suggest and in which you would like to participate. Do you have an idea for a gallery or a film you think has particular psychoanalytic import? Is there a book whose anniversary you want us to recognize? We need your input for ideas and your participation. Please email Nancy R. Goodman.
We plan to remain innovative with you in order to demonstrate the continued and growing relevance of psychoanalytic thinking. We want to keep our eyes on the riches of the unconscious, trauma and atrocity in the world and in individuals, and creativity.