Hot 5: An examination of feminine strength

The Analytical Psychology Society of Western New York is a not-for-profit educational organization with nearly 100 members, all run by a volunteer board drawn from its membership. For three decades, it has brought psychoanalysts, educators, poets, visual and performing artists from around the world to the Queen City for lectures, workshops, seminars, conferences, readings, and performances loosely tied to Carl Jung’s work. In fact, the list of monthly events is so vast that I simply cannot include it all. So let’s just focus on one. On March 19, APSWNY will screen the underrated 1998 film Dangerous Beauty, the story of a sixteenth-century Venetian courtesan tutored in lovemaking, poetry, and conversation—a few of my favorite things. A sure-to-be-intriguing discussion will follow.

10 a.m.–4 p.m., with lunch break from noon–- 2 p.m., on Saturday, March 19, at the C. G. Jung Center, 408 Franklin St., Buffalo; 854-7457 or

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