- February 21, 2020
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Instructor: Kenneth Dawes
Come immerse yourself in the rich and storied tradition of tarot cards. In this class, we will trace our steps back to the early Italian Renaissance to discover tarot’s unique origin story; discuss the multitude of symbolic languages scattered throughout its 78 pages; develop an awareness for the subtle cues buried amidst its imagery; explore how to approach an interpretation and deliver it; and cultivate an appreciation for the fathomless depths to which this device allows us to reflect on the greater mystery that is ourselves and our relationship to this universe.
About the Instructor
Kenneth Dawes is the creator of The Book Unbound, a service committed to promoting and delivering tarot card education. In addition to over a decade of experience studying cards, he has had the great privilege of enrichment by tarot masters such as Rachel Pollack and veteran reader from New York’s East Village, Reva Bond. He is a graduate of the University at Albany’s English program, whence he received his first deck of tarot cards from poet and professor, Jil Hanifan.