Craig San Roque & Miriam Pickard

Craig San Roque has practiced Jungian Analytic Psychology for 40 years in the UK and Australia. A former president and co-director of training for the Australian NZ Society of Jungian Analysts, he writes and speaks from an interweave of anthropology, social ecology, Jungian practice, cultural psychology and community performance.  He has many publications,  including in the  series  exploring Cultural Complexes edited by Tom Singer,  and Depth Psychology and Climate Change, both published by Routledge. He also authored a graphic story, A Long Weekend in Alice Springs, first published in ‘The Cultural Complex: Contemporary Jungian Perspectives on Psyche and Society’ 2004.

Miriam Pickard  is a performance artist, storyteller, teacher and theatre director, known for her work with the innovative,  prophetic,  Canberra Chorus of Women music and performances on Climate Change, international peace, and generative feminine  mythologies.  Miriam also performs with ArtsACT events –  notably her (wryly comic) solo pieces  on Isis and Inanna.  She developed the role of Persephone for the 2015 – 2017 Alice Springs and Santorini events, and recently directed   Persephone’s Dog for the Canberra College Drama  Student graduation performances, 2020. See her website: