Starting May 20, 2020

Art and Parapsychology: Exploring Psi through Art (4 weeks)

Online Class
Wednesdays May 20th – June 10th
5:30pm – 7:00pm Eastern Time
Presented through the Rhine Education Center
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Presented by Mark Boccuzzi, Windbridge Institute Co=founder.

Course Description

Do you bring creativity or artistic inspiration to your everyday tasks or even scientific endeavors?  Have you ever had a vision during a creative session? Does it feel like your artistic creations have been inspired or even guided by some unseen force?

This course is designed for artists, creative people, scientists, and anyone who has a sense that creativity and extended human consciousness may work together in the artistic, and possibly even the scientific process.

By reviewing the science of parapsychology and the works of contemporary and psi-inspired artists, this course will:

  • explore how creative expression can help you to recognize your own psi
  • inspire aspiring and experienced artists to draw on the findings of parapsychology as a basis for creative projects
  • encourage researchers to promote public engagement by presenting their findings in creative and artistic ways

Though the information presented in this interactive course is designed for everyone, additional material will be available to people who want to take a deeper dive into the research, technology, or creation of more complex products.

Class Includes weekly live video lectures (also recorded for later viewing) and online discussion forums.

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Course Outline

  1. Introduction
    • Learning the lingo: Some quick definitions
    • What parapsychology offers artists and makers
    • As art and science collide: A growing trend
    • Researching creativity and psi: The elusive link
    • Channeling the muse: Modern stories of psi-inspired creations/li>
    • Nurturing your creativity: A pathway for accessing personal psi
  2. Art from Data
    • Data visualization: Data as images
    • Data sonification: Data as sound
    • Numerical Data sources: Random Number Generators, The Global Consciousness Project, physiological data
    • Non-numerical data sources: Drawing from near death experiences and controlled remote viewing
    • Virtual Reality and experience reconstruction<
    • Research as performance art
    • 3D printed data sculptures
  3. Data as Art
    • Photographic data: Exploring mediumship, hauntings, psychokinesis, and healing with thermal, Kilian, and low-light photography
    • Physical manifestations of psi

    Art Inspired by Para-related Themes and Experiences

    • A survey of selected contemporary artists who incorporate paranormal and parapsychological themes into their work. Fire, channeling, electronic voice phenomena (EVP), paranormal artifacts, personal experiences, archived materials, and published research all provide a rich palette for creative expression that challenge our understanding of reality.
  4. Final Thoughts
    • Got Psi?
    • What will you make?
    • Review of additional resources
    • Wrap-up

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