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Immersive Art Exhibit Based on Campbell’s Hero’s Journey

Dennis Slattery

Spanish artist, Ana Montiel, has created an immersive art exhibit inspired by Joseph Campbell’s Hero’s Journey at Galería OMR near Mexico City. Montiel is best known for creating large color-field paintings that ruminate on consciousness and spirituality. Her exhibit, titled…

Acclaimed Jeweler Points to Campbell as Inspiration

Acclaimed Jeweler and creator of Bee Goddess, Ece Sirin points to Joseph Campbell, and specifically his book, Goddesses: Mysteries of the Feminine Divine as inspiration for her celebrated work. She told Vanity Fair, “He gave more than 20 lectures and…

The Hero Gets Another Thousand Faces at Wndr’s Exhibit

In an article for the Chicago Tribune, photos from Wndr’s new exhibit called “All Heroes Need A Guide,” give readers a glimpse into the project themed around Joseph Campbell’s “The Hero with a Thousand Faces.” The exhibit features experiential installations…

Blissful Provocation

“Follow your bliss” means different things to different people. For Amos Paul Kennedy, it meant leaving behind his job at AT&T in order to make mugs and posters that pack an artistic punch. Kennedy addresses race, and expresses a strong sense…

After The Blue

Atlas Obscura offers us an unusual article by Eric Grundhauser on the world famous blue-faced performers, The Blue Man Group, which has been around since 1991. Throughout the years, these three characters have been played by numerous artists, who all…

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