Monthly Archives: April 2017

Jung and the Arts in the Champernowne Studio

Making and looking at visual art, and the opportunities in the Champernowne art studio. Art can be defined simply as the expression or application of creative skill and imagination, especially through a visual medium.   Amongst C G Jung’s many attributes, he was a dedicated draughtsman, painter and sculptor. For Jung painting and art-making represented an […]

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Hilary’s Champernowne

This is the first in an occasional series where old and new participants  share their experience of the Champernowne Summer Course over the years. . I always forget the exact year of my first experience of the Champernowne Summer Course.  It was either 1989 or 1990. It was a magical week.  Cumberland Lodge itself was the […]

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Remembering Brian Holmes

Last year, exactly at Summer Course time, though there was no Champernowne Summer Course that year, our good friend Brian Holmes died quite suddenly, and he is sadly missed. Brian loved to play the piano. An ever present course member since the late eighties, he was always available  to accompany singers and other musicians, a […]

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