Omaha Friends of Jung Presents Creativity, Imagination and Well-Being Through Art and Music

April 23 Omaha Friends of Jung Presents Creativity, Imagination and Well-Being Through Art and Music Tip-Top Ballroom, 1502 Cuming St. 7 p.m. to midnight, $20 at the door 402.390.6044, A celebration of the Collective Unconscious and the arrival of spring are on tap when local adherents of the late Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung and his tenets throw an archetypal bash. Catch the Dionysian spirit at this event where psychotherapy meets creative expression. Get centered with dreamy images from local artists Matt Dinovo, Cait Irwin, Ed Fennell, Jean Mason, Dan Toberer, Levent Oz, Lori Hubbell, Paula Wallace, Mark Nelson, John Dennison and Kristi Pederson. Turn onto soothing sounds by Omaha musicians Bill Carey, Neil Johnson, Bob Kraft, Kevin Swisher, Dave Barger, Neville Yardley and Tim Swisher, who's also a certified Jungian psychotherapist. It's not a cult, it's a way of getting in touch with our memories, dreams and reflections on the path to enlightenment and enrichment. Hors d'oeuvres and cash bar available.

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