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Superman, His Creators, and Psychoanalytic Interpretation

Recently the Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center joined the rest of the city in celebrating Superheroes by sponsoring a panel discussion on Superman and his creators. An enthusiastic audience gathered at the Allen Memorial Library to enjoy an evening of discovery and interaction with Brad Ricca, author of “Super Boys,” analysts Scott Dowling, Carl Rak, and Anna […]

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Events in May at the Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center

Analytic Flicks returns on Sunday, May 4th at 7:30 PM.  Ingrid Geerken, Ph.D. will lead a discussion of “Railway Man,” directed by Jonathan Teplitzky. Plot: Based on his best-selling memoir, the film tells the extraordinary and epic true story of Eric Lomax, a British Army officer who is tormented as a prisoner of war at a […]

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CPC Members Display Their Creativity

At the recent meeting of the American Psychoanalytic Association in New York, three of our members displayed their artistic talents in the art show. Vickie Todd submitted one of her popular Freud watercolor cartoons, and in the caption contest that accompanied the watercolor, three of the top captions were submitted by CPC members. The winning  caption […]

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Art and Mourning: Tragedy at Newtown

Beatrice Cahill-Camden has offered her commentary on the recent Newtown Conn. shooting. Beatrice  is a junior at Hawken School, a preparatory school in Cleveland. This was written in her English Intensive last semester.    “The Scream” in American Culture” ‘One of those paintings that would not die’ its warring image once conceived would not leave […]

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Contemporary Sculpture of Ursula von Rydingsvard

A new exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) features the sculpture of Ursula von Rydingsvard,whose large-scale, abstract artworks are crafted from cedar beams.  These sculptures are so large that it is rare to view more than one at a time, but this exhibit includes nine pieces and will be on display until March 2011. According to Steven […]

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