A Call for Artists: Mirrors of the Mind 9
Los Angeles County Psychological Association’s Arts, Creativity, and Culture Committee Is Pleased to Announce
Mirrors of the Mind 9:
The Psychotherapist as Artist in the Time of Coronavirus
THIS IS A VIRTUAL ART EXHIBITION! ALL ARE WELCOME TO CONTRIBUTE!
The Arts, Creativity, and Culture Committee will continue to harness the creativity of clinicians to educate, inspire, and promote reflection and dialogue about power, privilege, racism, protest, and social justice. Throughout history, the arts have had a unique and powerful role in social change by bringing our attention to suffering and giving us hope. We believe in the liberating power of the arts to promote empathy, be a catalyst for social healing and provide us a greater sense of interconnectedness.
DEADLINE FOR ART IMAGE AND FEE SUBMISSION: October 26, 2020
ELIGIBILITY: Open to all LACPA members and all non-member psychologists, psychotherapists, psychoanalysts, clinical and research psychology professors/instructors, and psychotherapy graduate students, nationally and internationally.
SUBMISSIONS: Mirrors of the Mind welcomes ONE SUBMISSION ONLY of an image within any visual art medium: painting, drawing, photography, textiles, jewelry, sculpture, ceramics, woodwork, furniture, and other 3-D pieces.
FEE: To defray event costs, there is a $15 art submission fee for LACPA members and non-member students, and $20 for non-LACPA members. Exceptions will be made in cases of financial hardship.
CRITERIA FOR INCLUSION: Artistic value, psychological significance, and originality.
PROCEDURE: Go to the LACPA website at www.lacpa.org then click on the MIRRORS tab at the top of the homepage to access the Registration Form and Prospectus, which includes artist guidelines and the rules for submission.
OPENING: November 2020, details to be announced
EMAIL FOR ALL SUBMISSIONS: firstname.lastname@example.org
For additional info, go to: www.lacpa.org/call-for-mirrors
Terry Marks-Tarlow, Ph.D., Co-Chair, LACPA Arts, Creativity and Culture Committee, is a clinical psychologist and author of numerous papers and books on creativity, play, clinical intuition, and nonlinear dynamics. She illustrates her books, dances, does yoga, and wrote librettos for two operas that opened at Lincoln Center in New York City. She is Core Faculty at the Insight Center, Adjunct Faculty at Pacifica Graduate Institute and California Institute for Integrative Studies, and she is Visiting Professor at Italian Università Niccolò Cusano (London).
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Pamela McCrory, Ph.D., Co-Chair, LACPA Arts, Creativity and Culture Committee, is a clinical psychologist who has an interest in creativity and the integration of psychology and the arts. She is co-editor of the APA Psychotherapy and the Arts Newsletter, has served on the Executive Committee of the Society for the Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, and co-chaired the 2014 APA Community Arts Project. She is Assistant Clinical Professor in the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine.