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John Lobell

On 3/10/2021 we had with us  John Lobell, Pratt Institute Architecture Professor, reknowned speaker and collaborator with and author about great Thinkers and Spiritual Leaders


Visionary Creativity: How New Worlds are Born

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Every Wednesday your Freedom Hub (founded by Jeff Kanter and Charles Frohman) hosts two Zoom calls. One is at 4pm, the other at 7pm. The 4pm call is eclectic (often regarding our liberties…or disappearing liberties) and the 7pm usually is centered around practitioners who use a cash-based practice and what they do. These are recorded and archived. There are over 90 to date!

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"Our world is no longer what we have thought it to be, and a new world is struggling to be born.  Visionary Creatives are driven to bring this new world to all of us."  - John Lobell


Since the late 60s Professor Lobell has taught architecture at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, and lectured worldwide on expansive topics delving into mythology, culture and technology.  He as worked and studied with some of the greatest minds of the last century, including mythologist Joseph Campbell; architects Louis Kahn and Robert Venturi; Buddhist masters Chogyam Trungpa, Robert Thurman, and the Dalai Lama; and Tai Chi master Cheng Man-Ch’ing. He cofounded also CinemaDiscourse.com, which looks at mythology and movies.


Professor Lobel will discuss how Visionary Creatives swim in the culture of their day and manifest in their work the spirit of their age. The things they create — in art, design, science, technology, business — embody that spirit, and at the same time are a little off center for us, somehow not what we anticipated, thus pulling us into the future.

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