Webinar: The Monomyth in Media: How Type Influences our Hero’s Journey

hero's journey

Online Event

August 11, 2020 @ 6:30 pm 8:00 pm AEST

Modern media takes myth and recognisable patterns of type behaviour to create relatable stories with which we resonate. Delve into the Campbell’s monomyth and collective archetypal patterns through examples in Game of Thrones and popular film franchises, with ‘choose-your-own-adventure’ heroic round-table activities that investigate type preferences in the call to adventure of your own journey.

About your presenter: Daniel Blashki

Daniel Blashki trained in biomedical sciences and has primarily worked in university and institute settings, in regenerative medicine research and facility management. He has more recently taken his biochemistry background to create a frozen dessert business. Daniel has a passion for learning and discussing archetypal patterns, particularly through myth and media storytelling, and their application towards Jungian depth psychology and communication-based problem-solving.

This AusAPT event, sponsored by the VIC/TAS chapter, is open to all.

This is an online event via Zoom. Register for this event in advance to get the Zoom link. We will send the recording to you if you register.

Free for AusAPT members

Thanks to Casey Fyfe for the feature image via Unsplash.