When Superman Met Snow White: Women’s Mysteries and Archetypal Astrology in the Age of Aquarius
OPUS Archives and Research Center is pleased to announce a workshop with Katie Sanford and David Shephard, Saturday, April 26th from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Pacifica Graduate Institute (801 Ladera Lane, Sta. Barbara, 93108). Katie’s paintings and book are housed in the OPUS archives.
Each of Katie’s paintings represents a visual and literary dialogue that goes on for all us us between our Soul-Self as Eros (in its feminine, Snow White personae) and our egoic-self as Logos (in its masculine, Superman personae). What will be wonderfully revealed is the transformative, antidotal power and relatedness of the Lunar Heroine (Snow White) working within each of us that is striving to heal our great “Mother-and-Father-” wound/shadow. When viewed astrologically within the context of this new Renaissance at the dawning of the Age of Aquarius, Katie’s art serves us all as an incredibly important text of Rebirth and Individuation, providing profound insights into the emerging new wave of Women’s Mysteries and the Eros of our time.
Katie is 97 years old. She has expressed that the period of her life from 60, when she became a Jungian analyst, to the present has been the most fulfilling period of her life. David is a professional Astrologer with over thirty years of experience. He is a graduate of UCLA, with a degree in Physics. David has “read the stars” for thousands of clients, taught classes, and was the chief writer-editor for Starscroll.
Tickets are $99 paid in advance or $125 at the door – includes lunch. All proceeds will benefit OPUS Archives and Research Center. Space is limited. Call 805.969-5750 for reservations or information.