Conference Presentation August 2021
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Painting a Fuller Picture: Archetypal Patterns of Creative Transformation in Ovid's Echo and Narcissus. Assisi Institute, Mystic, CT.

Art & Psyche Quarterly Seminar Series 2021
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Artists with an interest in Jungian psychology, archetypes and the creative process are invited to participate in my 2021 virtual seminar series Art & Psyche: A Jungian Perspective on the Creative Process. Please contact me through the website contact form to get more information. The quarterly seminar series starts Thursday, March 18, 2021 via Zoom.

Image: Rembrandt, Susanna (1636)

Presenter at 2017 Seeing Red Conference
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A presentation of how creative process can connect us with archetypal patterns, Red Blood, Red Cave, Red Axe, Red Earth: Reclaiming Powerful Archetypes of Feminine Creation will be presented at the Seeing Red Conference in Stonington, CT October 19-22. Conference info and schedule available at

Presenter at Penn State Women's Studies Conference February 2017
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My paper "Re-Engaging Gaia: A Psychological Exploration and Feminist Response to the Anthropocene" was presented at the 16th Annual Women's Studies Graduate Organization (WSGO) Conference at Penn State University February 25, 2017. Six interdisciplinary panel discussions featured scholars presenting papers on the theme Feminism, Race and the Anthropocene. Dr. Zoe Todd, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Carleton University, Canada was keynote speaker. Visit for more info.

Presenter at Seeing Red Conference October 2016
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My talk 'Meadowsounds: Re-engaging the Feminine in the Dance of Life' was presented at the Seeing Red conference in Stonington, CT. This international gathering of women artists and psycho-analysts was an inaugural conference addressing internalized oppression of the feminine and its implications for women and society.

Center for Humans and Nature: Artist of the Month and Published Essay
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The Center for Humans and Nature featured my paintings as Artist of the Month in August 2016. My essay titled Web of Life appeared in the Center's on-line journal Minding Nature (Vol. 9, No. 2) in May 2016 and is attached as a PDF document at the above link.

From Editor Bruce Jennings:

This month’s reviews and reflections offer many lenses through which the humans and nature relationship is perceived and nature is minded. Painter Adrienne Beth Jenkins discusses the ideas and aesthetics of her work in the artistic tradition aiming to re-connect our spiritual essence with material form.