Unlocking Creativity Through Psychoanalysis

1996 Inspiration and Inhibition: The Dynamics of Self in Performing

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March 16-17

Inspiration and Inhibition: The Dynamics of Self in Performing

 

“All creativity involves use and exhibition of the self.  But the pathway from inspiration to successful expression is not always easy.  And for performing artists, whose creating involves immediate contact with the audience, failures of self can be especially painful.  Our speakers will address the artistic self in public—including the challenges, rewards and inhibitions inherent in such personal exposure.”

 

Lucy Daniels Inman, PhD

“Whose Dance Is It?”  An Overview

 

Jack Novick, PhD,  psychoanalyst

Kerry Kelly Novick, psychoanalyst

“I Won’t Dance”: A Psychoanalytic Perspective on Interferences with Performance

 

The Artist, the Performer, and the Audience – A Developmental

Perspective

Part I – Omnipotence in Infancy and Childhood

Part II – Omnipotence in Adolescence and Adulthood

Part III – A Painter, a Poet, a Dancer, a Musician and an Architect –

Performance Conflicts and resolutions

 

Billy Stewart, classical guitarist, composer

Performance

 

Rebecca Amis Lawson, dancer, choreographer

Performance

 

Robert W.  Lawson, PhD

Remarks

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