The series of collage events on the themes of Greek, Slavic, and Japanese mythology promises to take its attendees on an imaginative journey through the world of folklore and mythology. Attendees can expect to explore all kinds of mythical and magical creatures, from dragons to centaurs, all from historical and psychological points of view.
Greek mythology, with its tales of gods and goddesses, heroes, and monsters, is an excellent starting point for exploring the human psyche. Attendees will delve deep into the psychology of heroes like Hercules who were faced with impossible tasks, as well as the darker aspects of human nature such as jealousy and hubris.
Moving on to Slavic mythology, attendees will encounter creatures unique to the region, such as the Baba Yaga and Kikimora, powerful figures unravel unsuspecting memory-threads. The emphasis here will be on exploring the significance of these mythical creatures in the cultural context of Eastern Europe.
Finally, Japanese mythology offers its own unique pantheon of gods and creatures, from the powerful sun goddess Amaterasu to the legendary dragon Orochi. Here, attendees will gain insight into the importance of nature and the environment in Japanese culture.
Overall, this series of collage events offers a fantastic opportunity to explore the depth and richness of mythology, and to gain a fresh understanding of its significance for humanity.