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Joseph Campbell
NATURE, MYTH, ART: THE INFLUENCE OF JOSEPH CAMPBELL

MAY & JUNE 2013


Joseph Campbell, a great philosopher, mythologist and writer briefly lived on the Monterey Peninsula. During that time, he was influenced by Ed Ricketts, John Steinbeck, and later lectured at Esalen Institute.  Join us for art and history exhibitions and special events throughout the Monterey Peninsula that examine the powerful influence Campbell has on contemporary art and the importance of artists as societies' myth makers and healers.

COMMUNITY & AWARENESS
                 THROUGH CONTEMPORARY ART 
Celadon, Inc., is a 501c (3) organization that builds community, relationships and awareness through contemporary art.  It recognizes that privately funded exhibitions and education programs can make a difference by serving as a catalyst for business and community leaders to form alliances with the contemporary artists in their communities. In so doing, the community fosters long-term commitments to arts education and developing partnerships with the arts that benefit business, the arts, and society.

Celadon has worked with institutions including the Japanese Chamber of Commerce, NYC, The Japanese Embassy, The Smithsonian’s Freer Gallery, American University, The New Zealand Embassy, Washington, DC, National Institutes of Health, MD, Virginia Commonwealth University, VA, Museum Jan van der Togt in the Netherlands, and the City of Sand City.