COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH SUMMER MUSEUM TOUR
Please join us for a 30- to 45-minute virtual private tour of the exhibition Levi Strauss: A History of American Style at the Jewish Contemporary Museum via ZOOM. The virtual tour will include a PowerPoint presentation that will provide a digital viewing of the exhibition, including archival materials, images, and artifacts, weaving together a story of escape from persecution, the building of San Francisco, and the creation of the iconic symbol of American style, the blue jean. The museum’s educator will facilitate the presentation, taking the group on a deep dive virtual view of the exhibition that aims to create an interactive experience.
NCSPP is aware that historically psychoanalysis has either excluded or pathologized groups outside of the dominant population in terms of age, race, ethnicity, nationality, language, gender, religion, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, disability, and size. As an organization, we are committed to bringing awareness to matters of anti-oppression, inequity, inequality, diversity, and inclusion as they pertain to our educational offerings, our theoretical orientation, our community, and the broader world we all inhabit.
The tour will explore the story and influence of Levi Strauss, who escaped religious persecution, found success, and contributed to the development of San Francisco culture. The exhibition will include archival materials, images, and artifacts, weaving together the creation of the iconic symbol of American style, the blue jean.
All clinicians working in community mental health settings.
For program related questions contact Katherine Eng, Ph.D., firstname.lastname@example.org