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IASD MEMBER EVENTS AROUND THE WORLD
MASSACHUSETTS, NEW MEXICO, NORTH CAROLINA
HELP US PROMOTE IASD
Do you have a guest
appearance coming up? A lecture? A class? A dream group? Help us tell the world
about upcoming IASD events like the 2010 Conference in Asheville, North
Carolina; the 2010 Art Show, with an entry deadline in April; or next year's
conference in the Netherlands. Visit the following pages on the IASD web site
for flyers to download and print.
Conference and Art Show For the 2011 conference in the Netherlands:
WEB NEWS PLACE
Do you have a dream website, blog, social
networking page, or simply love to twitter? If you promote IASD please let us
know by emailing
Bobbie Ann Pimm
has a Facebook fan page, Notes From a Dreamer on which she’s
promoting IASD events, as well as IASD member events, blogs, websites and all
things dream related. If you recognize her title, it’s because she’s had a very
popular website, Notes From a Dreamer … on Dreaming and blog. In addition, her
book, Notes From a Dreamer … on Dreaming: A Personal Journey in Dream
Interpretation, will be available this Spring. In it she acknowledges IASD and
its members for being, “a light in the darkness of unchartered territory.”
has a German dream website http://www.traumring.info/ where
he promotes dreaming and keeping a dreamlog. He regularly promotes the annual
IASD conference, the psiberdreaming online conference and other IASD events.
For additional information about him, please consult his
IASD member page
Tallulah Lyons promotes IASD on her website
She also mentions IASD on the Dream Medicine page of
CALLING ALL “CAROLINA DREAM GATHERING”
Grab your space now! There are
only six exhibit tables left for the
IASD “Carolina Dream Gathering” 2010 conference!
IASD’s annual conference attracts around 300 individuals interested in dreams
and dreaming from around the world.
Conference participants attend hands-on workshops, lectures, panel discussions,
a costume dream ball, and an optional hiking event.
Two of its most popular attractions are the IASD bookstore and the
exhibit tables, where dreamers and crafters display their wares.
As an exhibitor at “Carolina Dream Gathering” you will receive the following:
Free listing on the conference page of the IASD website
Free listing in the IASD “Carolina Dream Gathering,” conference program
Two Exhibitor Registrations (does not include admittance to conference sessions)
Two entrance passes to the conference costume Dream Ball
It's Oscar time. Did you know that more than 600 movies have been filmed in
North Carolina since 1980? The state claims to be second only to California in
number of movie production complexes. Many of your favorite movies have been
filmed right in the Asheville area. For instance:
Patch Adams Released in 1998, this drama is based on the real life of Doctor
Adams. Featuring Robin Williams, much of the film was shot on the Biltmore
Estate in Asheville and the campus of University of North Carolina at Chapel
Hill. Several scenes of the Appalachian Mountains were shot off the Blue Ridge
Parkway on Elk Mountain Highway in Asheville.
The Swan The Biltmore House was first seen on the big screen in 1952, when "The
Swan" opened starring Grace Kelly. It was to be her last film.
Being There Biltmore Estate again takes center stage as the home of a wealthy
industrialist in the film "Being There". His final film before he died, Peter
Sellers played Chauncey Gardener, a dimwit who became revered for his
simpleminded ideas in this widely acclaimed comedy.
Bull Durham Kevin Costner's box office hit made use of Asheville's minor league
baseball park, McCormick Field. Before recent renovations, the park was the
second-oldest major league facility in the nation.
Last of the Mohicans Based on the novel by James Fennimore Cooper, Western North
Carolina became 18th century upstate New York. With Daniel Day-Lewis in the lead
role, this movie, widely-known for its stunning scenery, was shot exclusively in
the mountains around Asheville. Chimney Rock Park, a private park just southeast
of the city, was showcased during the film and continues to receive calls
whenever the movie is shown on television.
Dirty Dancing This 1980's hit, starring Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey,
started a dance craze. It was filmed at Lake Lure, just past Chimney Rock. The
view of the lake and surrounding mountains is majestic.
Nell Shot in 1994 at Fontana Lake west of Asheville, this film starred
actress/director Jodie Foster. Tours of the cabin used in the film are available
by either a 3-mile hike or by guided boats.
The first movie shot in Asheville was in the 1920s. Titled Conquest of Canaan,
the movie was filmed in what is now Pack Square in downtown Asheville, and tells
the story of a lawyer who makes good in a small town.
Other films made at least partially in the Asheville area include A Breed Apart,
Searching for Angela Shelton, My Fellow Americans, The Fugitive, All the Real
Girls, Richie Rich, Thunder Road, Hannibal, Songcatcher, Forrest Gump, Mr.
Destiny, The Private Eyes, The Clearing, Winter People, and 28 Days.
This summer, come join dreamers where the "stars" shine. Check out the website
of the 27th IASD Annual Conference for information on
the venue, the program, the keynote speakers,registration, hotel accommodations,
and special events during and after the conference.
WHOOPS! WE GOOFED!
If you thought Monique Seguin changed drastically when you saw her photo in the
December Dream News, never fear. Here is the photo of the REAL Monique. We
apologize to Monique and any other Dream News readers who we sent running for
In This Issue:
IASD QUEBEC REGIONAL CONFERENCE:
10 APRIL 2010
“CAROLINA DREAM GATHERING” 2010
Also in this issue:
MARCH 2010 MEMBER EVENTS AROUND THE WORLD
HELP US PROMOTE IASD UPCOMING EVENTS
IASD STUDENT AWARDS FOR DREAM RELATED RESEARCH AND PROJECTS
WEB NEWS PLACE
IASD MEMBERS IN THE MEDIA
CALLING ALL “CAROLINA DREAM GATHERING” EXHIBITORS
NORTH CAROLINA MOVIE TRIVIA
WHOOPS! WE GOOFED!
IASD QUEBEC REGIONAL CONFERENCE:
10 APRIL 2010
IASD-Quebec Regional Conference
Rêve et Conscience Puiser à la source de sagesse en soi
Avec 10 conférenciers
Samedi, 10 avril 2010, 8h30 à 18h00
Centre St-Pierre, 1212 rue Panet, Montreal (Metro Beaudry)
Please meet the organizing committee of the IASD-Quebec Regional Conference, all
smiles after a trucker’s hearty breakfast at a local market that set the mood
for a joyous meeting… as you can tell by those smiles!
The tallest one in the picture is Claude Desloges, Regional Representative of
IASD. The redhead on the far right is Nicole Gratton. Check the smile with a
blue scarf! That’s Monique Séguin and the one on the left is
Missing is Angela DuPont who was away on vacation in Argentina and missed a
great breakfast, not to mention the joyful meeting! All will be making a
presentation at the Conference.
Claude Desloges is a Co-Director of ”L’Arc-en-Ciel” an organization founded in
1983 to create interest in dreams and the awakening of consciousness. Claude
co-authored Et si les rêves servaient à nous éveiller - What if dreams were
meant to awaken us? He will speak on “Dreams and the Quest for Meaning”. Nicole
Gratton is the Director of the International Dream School, which she founded in
1992. Nicole has been a member of IASD for ten years and has authored over
fifteen books. She will speak on “Creative Dreams: How to Solve Problems While
You Sleep.” Monique Séguin, a LPN in a palliative care unit, trained in
dreamwork with Nicole Gratton’s Dream School. She will present “End of Life
Dreams” which is also the title of a book which she co-authored and published
with Nicole Gratton in 2009. Laurette Dupuis was Program Chair for “Dreams
Without Borders”, the 25th Annual IASD Conference held in Montreal in 2008. She
has an M.A. degree in Psychology from the California Institute of Integral
Studies where she studied in the Transformation of Consciousness Program while
Daniel Deslauriers was Program Director. This was an exceptional opportunity to
delve deeply into dream studies. Her presentation is entitled “Dreams of the
Awakening Consciousness”. Angela DuPont, a clinical psychologist, will speak on
“Following the Tracks of our Dreams: How to apply during the day what our dreams
teach us during the night.”
Beyond these five presentations, the IASD-Quebec Regional Conference will
feature five additional well-known Montreal dreamworkers. Craig Sim Webb,
Director of the REPOS/DREAMS Foundation, is one of the presenters. We look
forward to a stimulating full-day program.
This conference will be the first IASD regional conference to be held in French
in Canada. This is due to the insight of Layne Dalfen, conference host of the
Montreal IASD annual conference in 2008. Layne felt the French community should
be part of that conference and she invited Claude Desloges to chair an alternate
French program. The response was so encouraging that it seemed natural to follow
up with a regional conference that would bring the French community of dreamers
together again and provide a venue for an ongoing dialogue, stimulate research
and promote interest in IASD.
The Montreal regional committee is most grateful for the support it is receiving
from the IASD executive and staff, and, particularly Jody Grundy and Richard
Wilkerson. The expertise developed through the years which you share with us is
most appreciated and will greatly contribute to the success of the conference.
“CAROLINA DREAM GATHERING” 2010
Registrations for the 27th annual conference to be held in Asheville, North
Carolina, June 27th through July 1st, 2010, are coming in at record pace. At the
time of this writing, we have more than doubled the number of registrations we
had last year at this time.
The conference venue is the beautiful Crowne Plaza Resort Hotel overlooking
downtown Asheville. Single and double rooms are available as well as deluxe
vacation villas. Attendees will have the option to sign up for daily lunches in
the resort as part of registration. A breakfast buffet will be available and
dinner is on your own. Wireless Internet service is available throughout the
The local Asheville Regional Airport, just 15 miles south of the resort, has
just added direct daily flights from the Chicago O’Hare airport, so getting to
the conference promises to be an enjoyable experience. Shuttle service is
available from the Crowne Plaza - when you arrive, call the Crowne Plaza
(828-254-3211 or toll free at 800-733-3211) for shuttle service ($30 USD one
way). The shuttle fee can be added to your hotel bill. Taxi service is
approximately $40 one way.
Keynote Speakers Chosen
Jeremy Taylor, Antonio Zadra, and Lee Irwin will be the featured keynote
speakers at the conference.
IASD past president Jeremy Taylor , will speak on the timeless
wisdom of our dreams, specifically a founder’s view of IASD’s evolving purpose
and identity over the next 25 years. Jeremy has published several books, at
least two of which have become acknowledged classics in the field. He is one of
the four original co-founders of IASD. He has devoted his life to the
“democratization” of dream work, advocating, and training people all over the
world to do “group projective dream work.”
Representing the research community, Dr. Antonio Zadra , will
talk about dream content, waking states and well-being, specifically why
dreaming is psychologically meaningful. Dr. Zadra is a Full Professor at the
Université de Montréal’s Department of Psychology, Director of the university’s
Dream Laboratory, and a Senior Research Scholar of the Quebec Health Research
Fund. His research interests include recurrent dreams, nightmares, somnambulism,
and the assessment and treatment of parasomnias and dream-related disorders.
IASD also welcomes back Dr. Lee Irwin , who will offer his
views on Cherokee dreaming and the politics of repression. Dr. Irwin, is
Professor and Chair of the Religious Studies Department at the College of
Charleston. He is a scholar of world religions with an emphasis on Native
American traditions, Western esotericism, hermeticism, contemporary
spirituality, mystical cosmology, and transpersonal religious experience as
related to dreams and visions.
Presentation submissions have far exceeded our expectations,
so you can expect the highest quality of dream-related symposiums, panels,
workshops, and papers with international representation. Keep an eye on the
conference website (www.asdreams.org/2010) for a complete listing of
Remember that conference participants can earn up to 25 Continuing Education
credits on dreams and dreaming. IASD is approved by the American Psychological
Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. IASD maintains
responsibility for the program. Be sure to check the CE box on your registration
Hike at the North Carolina Arboretum
Alan Siegel has chosen to conduct his annual hike at the North Carolina
Arboretum, a 434-acre public garden in the Pisgah National Forest. Hikers will
enjoy a wealth of plant life within the Southern Appalachian mountains. Hikers
or those just wishing to visit the Arboretum will not want to miss one of the
finest and most unique bonsai collections in the United States. Attendees are
encouraged to sign up for the hike as part of the registration process.
Transportation and a meal are included in the cost.
Online Lodging Reservations
The Crowne Plaza has set up a special online reservation process just for
conference attendees. By going to the following website:
https://resweb.passkey.com/go/ASD, you can access the conference discount room
rates and reserve a room on the spot. Be sure to reserve your room early because
there are a limited number of discounted rooms available and no rooms will be
available at the discount rate after the 10th of June.
Pre and Post Conference Excursions
Be sure to check the conference website (www.asdreams.org/2010) for details on
the nation’s largest powwow to be held at Cherokee just after the conference.
Also, you will want to come early and visit America’s largest house, George
Washington Vanderbilt’s Biltmore Estate. With 250 rooms and four acres of floor
space, the estate is the largest private residence in the United States. It took
five years to build the mansion. Vanderbilt traveled throughout Europe
purchasing paintings, porcelains, bronzes, carpets, and antiques to furnish his
house, which he opened to friends for the first time on Christmas Eve in 1895.
So register today! Don't miss the dream event of the year.
IASD STUDENT AWARDS FOR DREAM RELATED RESEARCH AND PROJECTS
We are pleased to announce that the anonymous donor who has generously provided
funding for the Student Research Award for the past 5 years has graciously
agreed to provide matching funds to fund the competition for 2010! The IASD
Board of Trustees will provide the balance of the funds.
As in previous years, there will be two $500 awards. The first is for the best
student submission of original scientific research on dreams and dreaming. The
second is for the best submission of original historical, literary, artistic, or
theoretical research. Undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to submit
All participants must submit their presentations in electronic form, preferably
through email firstname.lastname@example.org or if necessary by mailing the files copied to
a CD or a DVD to the IASD office by March 15, 2010.
1672 University Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94703
Mark on any mailed box "OK to leave on left porch."
Text submissions must not exceed 6,000 words. Participants should submit text in
MS Word, and artwork in .jpg, .tif, or .pdf formats. Participants may also
electronically submit videos in AVI formats, or music in MIDI or MPS formats.
Submissions must include a copy of your student ID. Alternatively, you can fax a
copy to the IASD Office at 1-209-724-0889, or scan and email an attachment to
email@example.com . Send a note or cover letter that this is for the IASD
Student Research Award. Participants must specify for which of the two awards
they are applying.
Winners will be announced at the IASD Annual Meeting in Asheville, NC, during
the General Membership meeting on the afternoon of Tuesday, June 29th.
Student Research Awards Chair
IASD MEMBERS IN THE
Please let us know about your fifteen minutes of
fame. Contact the Dream News at
Dr. Robert Van de Castle
did an on-air interview
with Anne Hill (sitting in on The Peter Lauffer Show) on KOWS 107.3 fm radio in
Occidental, CA at 10:00 am PST on Sunday, 2/21/10. Bob discussed dream
telepathy, the Red Book, angels in dreams, and he put in a big plug for IASD and
the Asheville conference.
In addition, Bob submitted an article,
co-authored with Rita Dwyer and Bobbie Ann Pimm, to Explore: The Journal of
Science and Healing, detailing the results of the 2009 Dream Telepathy contest
in Chicago. Titled, Dreams as a Multidimensional Expression of Psi, the article
begins with a description of IASD and its mission. It will appear in the July
issue. Explore “addresses the scientific principles behind, and applications of,
evidence-based healing practices from a wide variety of sources, including
conventional, alternative, and cross-cultural medicine.” Their editorial board
includes, Dean Radin, Larry Dossey and Stephen Schwartz, among others. An
arrangement with the Institute of Noetic Sciences will offer the journal to its
members beginning in May 2010.
Dr. Margery Runyan (Dr.
Mercy) is hosting a one hour radio program “Twin Talk,” all about twins, to be
broadcast around the world on www.worldtalkradio.com on Friday mornings 8am PT,
11am ET. The program begins April 2, 2010 with expert guests including twin
researchers, psychotherapists, and celebrity twins. Some shows will take
questions from the radio audience via calls and emails. World Talk Radio will
rebroadcast and archive the program. More information can be found at Dr.
Runyan’s web site
Patricia Garfield, Ph.D. participated in an
interview with editor Fabiana Fondevila of the Buenos Aires, Argentina, major
daily newspaper Clarin that resulted in a cover story on her work with universal
dream themes for their Sunday news magazine section. Since Clarin's circulation
is quite large, the beautifully illustrated article that appeared on February 7,
2010 should introduce a lot of readers to current work in dreams.
FEBRUARY MEMBERSHIPS TOTAL: 58
NEW MEMBERS: 10
Mr. Robert Cole
Mr. Jonathan Leonard
Mr. John Marszalek
Ms. Sherry Puricelli
Ms. Rita Walter
Ms. Amy Campion
Ms. Val Henry
Ms. Jean Orost
Ms. Antonia Felix
Ms. Laurie Schwartz*
(Affiliate Application pending)*
RENEWING MEMBERS: 48
Dr. David Gordon & Ms. Dani Vedros
Mr. Jason Kravitz & Ms. Leslie Horacek
Ms. Rachel Norment & Mr. Owen Norment
Mr. Ali Hussein
Ms. Sheila Asato
Ms. Rachel Aubrey
Dr. Susan Benson
Ms. Rokie Bernstein
Ms. Maureen Boyd Biro
Dr. Joanne Hitchcock Bridges
Dr. Kelly Bulkeley
Ms. Irene Clurman
Dr. Beverly D’Urso
Dr. Barbara Derrick
Dr. Raz Even
Mr. Willem Fermont
Dr. Jolene Gardner
Mr. Marty Gegner
Rev. Bob Haden
Dr. Marsha Hudson
Ms. Andrea Koch
Ms. Frances Kramer
Mrs. Anita Leuthold
Ms. Tallulah Lyons
Ms. Susan McLeod
Ms. Frieda Mehrtens
Ms. Hermine Mensink
Ms. Jill Morris
Mr. Luciano Morselli
Ms. Pam Otsuka
Dr. Michael Schredl
Mr. Christopher Sowton
Ms. Jo Stiller
Dr. Michael Zborowski
Dr. Sabine Lucas
Ms. Louise Makovsky
Mr. Steven Pilgram
Ms. Nancy Brzeski
Ms. Laura Byrtus
Ms. Nancy Grace
Ms. Carole Moran
Dr. Alan Siegel
SPOTLIGHT on NEW YORK CITY
By Gloria Sturzenacker, NYC Regional Representative
“It’s New York City, for cryin’ out loud, there should be lots
of dreamers here,” we in the IASD contingent from this area have often said of
the relative smallness of our group. Ah, but it’s such a big area – long travel
times not only from the suburbs, but from one part of the city to another – with
possibly the planet’s largest menu of competing activities. And the high
proportion of actors, artists, and freelancers here tend to work wacky hours
juggling multiple gigs.
IASD-NYC (and friends) is beginning to coalesce, informally. We’ve had two
brunches. The first was on a warm November day at Bette Midler’s New Leaf Café,
in glorious Fort Tryon Park on a bluff overlooking the Hudson River. The second
was on a blustery day in January, at Norma’s at Le Parker Meridien in Midtown,
where the menu consists of breakfast all day, every day. Four people attended
the first brunch, six the second.
Ideas and enthusiasm have flowed, for events and a range of venues. One result
is an upcoming March 20 event: Fran Hershkowitz grabbed the opportunity to
fulfill her desire to arrange a dream mandala workshop with artist Michelle
Golias, and in the process assembled a list of inexpensive restaurants and free
public atriums for future IASD-NYC gatherings. Meanwhile, Marie Thermidor is
scouting places for a tour – or even an exhibition – of dream-related art. In
May, Patricia Morrisoe will read from her forthcoming book Insomnia: A Memoir.
And this morning, Jody Grundy’s request that I write this month’s Spotlight
caused me to reflect on the NYC need for safety in group dreamwork; voilà, an
event highlighting IASD’s Ethics Statement has begun to take form.
Although the dream mandala workshop is independent of IASD, being regional rep
gives me the opportunity to alert the IASD-NYC members and friends on my email
list and draw more dreamers together. This has been the case with a number of
items the past year, from Dale Graff’s ESP workshop in October to the exhibition
of Carl Jung’s Red Book last fall; and even New York Magazine’s January 10
mention of punk-rock musician Patti Smith’s dream journaling.
To IASD members elsewhere: If you plan to visit New York City at any time and
have a topic you might like to present, whether over brunch or more formally,
please get in touch with me (firstname.lastname@example.org) so we can arrange something!
FOUND: NEW MEMBERSHIP CHAIR TO BE ANNOUNCED
month I wrote how much I’ve enjoyed serving as your membership chair for the
past four years. It’s still true! I deeply value the opportunity to communicate
through this column and in many other ways with our membership. But there is
another thing I value even more: getting more of our able members to step up and
become leaders and vital volunteers in our dream community. I am very pleased to
inform you that we will announce our new membership committee chair very soon.
As the membership committee and its tasks have grown a lot in the past few
years, we still plan to enlist more help on this committee to share the work.
Several of you have written asking how you might help. Please stay tuned as we
make the transition to a new membership chair and some re-organization of this
committee. We will definitely find ways to bring you on board as a part of this
team or refer you to other areas of IASD work where you can volunteer. Thanks
for your interest.
Please feel free to contact me, or Jeff ovillia, at any time with membership
questions or concerns. We always welcome new volunteers. You are the future
leaders of IASD and we want your energy, help and visions.
Jody Grundy, Membership Chair: email@example.com
Jeff Vovillia, Membership Assistant:
INTERNATIONAL GATEWAY TO IASD: NEWS!!
We are delighted to bring to your attention some news of an
upcoming event on the French Gateway of our website. You will find announced “en
français” the IASD Regional Conference in Montreal: “Colloque Regional
IASD-Quebec: Rêve et Conscience. Montreal, Quebec, 10 Avril, 2010.” This is a
first: an IASD regional event conducted in French. Congratulations and thanks to
our Canadian members who are hosting this conference and encouraging greater
participation in IASD and dreamwork.
You may also find the announcement in English on the main page of the IASD
website. It is exciting to see how the language gateway may evolve into more
than a welcome door. We hope it will be used in the future for translations of
papers, event announcements and more.
Go to the main IASD website homepage and follow the icons or this address:
Take a look at our exciting membership map where you will see
additional info on events and other aspects of IASD posted in coming months.
Here is the web address and the KEY:
Small Blue pin = Member
Large Yellow pin = Regional Contact
hover over yellow pin, tells you short info about that regional contact
click on a yellow pin, get regional contact name(s) and email address
Green Large pin = IASD sponsored events
Click on the NC one graphic linked to the 2010 website
REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVES: DEVELOPMENTS
New Regional Representatives:
Dr. Scott Sparrow, SE Texas, USA
Ms. Suzanne Wiltink, Netherlands
Departing Regional Representative:
Ms. Hermine Mensink, Netherlands
There have been lively regional IASD activities reported in many parts of the
world, notably in New York City as Gloria Sturzenacker has just stated in the
Spotlight section, and also in Japan where Misa Tsuruta and Shuhei Enomoto have
been meeting in small face-to-face events with dreamers. We have learned of New
Zealand dream activity spearheaded by Margaret Bowater, and we look forward to
hearing about what Susannah Benson is developing toward an Australasia regional
conference in coming months. These are just a few examples of the rich activity
and growth of our regional network which produces a strong sense of community in
Finally, it is not too early to announce that we have scheduled two regional
meetings at the IASD annual conference in North Carolina:
1) a working lunch meeting of our regional reps network
2) a lunch for all participants to meet at regional tables to connect
geographically with other members.
We look forward to seeing you there.
If you do not have a regional rep for your area, consider becoming that rep
yourself! You are the dream connector you and we have been waiting for.
To find the list of regional contact reps go to the IASD Website. To become a
regional contact, or participate in a regional meet-up contact Jody Grundy,
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