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Victoria Rabinowe

Victoria Rabinowe
1432 Don Gaspar
Santa Fe, NM, 87505

United States

Dream artist, author, workshop leader
Internet Presence

Website: www.victoriadreams.com

About Victoria Rabinowe

Victoria Rabinowe brings a unique perspective to the field of professional dreamwork. Her love of the arts guides her unending search toward the source of creativity by studying the enigmatic and richly metaphoric field of dreams. This personal quest has led to a universal wellspring of inspiration for her imaginatively unique workshops, seminars and retreats at the DreamingArts Studio in Santa Fe and beyond. She studied with Dr. Eric Craig, president of International Association for the Study of Dreams in 1993 and Advanced Dreamtending with the renowned founding President of Pacifica Graduate Institute, Dr. Stephen Aizenstat in 1997 and 2001; but the techniques she employs in her dream circles and workshops are as much a product of her own artistic vision as they are of her professional training. She has facilitated over 800 DreamGroups in the Art of the Dream and DreamGroup Leadership Training. She is a regular presenter at the International Association for the Study of the Dream’s yearly conference, and is also the award-winning author and illustrator of I HAD THE CRAZIEST DREAM LAST NIGHT: Creative Explorations into the Genius of the Night Mind.Victoria’s artwork has been exhibited in museums, galleries and universities, throughout the United States, Canada, Japan and the Netherlands, including The Legion of Honor of the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, The Craft and Folk Art Museum in Los Angeles, The Kyoto College of Arts and Crafts, The American Consulate in Kyoto, and the permanent collection of the Capitol Art Foundation Collection of the state of New Mexico, and the Ringling School of Art and Design in Florida.

My notes on the IASD

Searching for a way to deepen the source of my creativity with DreamWork, I attended the 10th IASD conference in Santa Fe, N.M. To my surprise, the conference included visual arts, creative writing and alternative experiencial workshops in addition to analytical and scientific research programs. My life was changed forever in the five days of the conference. Now, DreamWork is the foundation of my creative life and the inspiration for my teaching and writing.

 List of dream-related publications and/or web sites where my work is featured.

Website with calendar of workshops: http://www.victoriadreams.com
DreamTime Magazine Winter 2006 Interview
Dreamtime summer 2010 Book Review

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