Psi2018 – Schedule

 

Contests & Special Events


SCHEDULE
 
Remember, the PsiberDreaming Conference will run for two weeks, online, around the clock.  You can tune in to the Dreamwide Web at any time, day or night.  Presenters are asked to be available for questions and discussion the day their presentation goes up in the forum, and for the two days that follow.
 
Sunday, September 23, 2018
 
Conference Opens/ Welcome/ Open House
Art Gallery Opens  (Art Gallery staff and thread monitors: Tine Metz, Delia Puiatti, Lindsay Vanhove, Gloria Sturzenacker)
Outer Inn Opens: (Outer Inn staff and thread monitors; Dolores Nurss, Curt Hoffman, Natalie Bejin, Delia Puiatti, Ralf Penderak)
A Place for Dreams Opens (Place for Dreams staff and thread monitors: Rachel Silvini, Mary Joyce)
Monday, September 24, 2018
 
Laurel Clark — Virtual Connections: emailing in dream space!
Kirsten Backstrom — Chameleon Dreaming: Where Dreams Meet and Dreamers Exchange Gifts
Special Event: Harvest Full Moon Dreaming  (Note: This thread will remain open throughout the conference, hosted by Patricia Schmieg)
Tuesday, September 25, 2018
 
Katrina Martin/ Mary Kay Kasper — Being With the Dream; Being With the Earth (WORKSHOP)  (Thread Monitor, Angel Morgan)
Jeanne Van Bronkhorst — The Dual Nature of Visitation Dreams (Thread Monitor, Jordi Borras-Garcia)
Wednesday, September 26, 2018
 
Maureen Boyd-Biro — Abide With Me: Dream visits on the threshold between worlds
Linda Lane Magallon — The Wild Nature of Mutual Dreams (Thread Monitor, Maria Cernuto)
Thursday, September 27, 2018
 
Curtiss Hoffman and Rolf Pabahatanumwe Cachat-Schilling — A Web of Stone: Indigenous Stone Constructions of the Eastern Seaboard of the U.S. and Canada
Mary Walsh — Precognitive Dreams in Adolescent Trauma Recovery  (Thread Monitor, Angel Morgan)
Precognitive Dreaming Contest information posted
Friday, September 28, 2018
 
Valley Reed and pasQuale Ourtane — Stranger Dreaming
Matthew Thomas — Levels of Lucidity: A Close Reading  (Thread Monitor, Jay Vinton)
Dreaming of Target for Precognitive Dreaming Contest
Saturday, September 29, 2018
 
Janet Mast –Walking the Wide Road with my Father — Dreams of Loss and Healing
Jayne Gackenbach — Color in Dreams: A Scientist/Artist Perspective  (Thread Monitor, Linda Mastrangelo)
Precognitive Dreaming Contest Submissions Deadline, midnight
Sunday, September 30, 2018
 
Mary Trouba — IASD’s Dreamwide Web(psi)te  (Thread Monitor, Sherry Puricelli)
Glory Nelson — Juliana’s Dream  (Thread Monitor, Athena Kolinksi)
Precognitive Dreaming Contest Target Posted
Monday, October 1, 2018
 
Cindy Bishop — Dream Webbing: What’s a porcupine like you doing in a dreamweb like this?!  (Thread Monitor, Linda Mastrangelo)
Loren Goodman — Dream Telepathy Experiments: Close encounters of the “Three Only Things”
Group Psi Game/ Introductions Done
Tuesday, October 2, 2018
 
Dale Graff — Three Extraordinary Dreams
Louis Hagood — The Net of Indra
Precognitive Dreaming Contest Winners Announced
Group Psi Game Begins
Wednesday, October 3, 2018
 
Misa Tsuruta — In Search of Indigenous Cultures in Japan: Ainu dreaming and Kamui
Vivek Sharma — Shamanic Dream Hunters: how dreams are used to map, hunt and kill, and their effects in the physical world  (Thread Monitor, Jay Vinton)
Starting at noon, Group Psi Game, post dreams, preliminary discussion begins
Thursday, October 4, 2018
 
Steven Ernenwein — The Girl of My Dreams
Delia Puiatti — Mapping Inner and Outer Worlds: Mapping dreaming and waking psychogeography
Group Psi Game/ Four possible targets posted/ Final discussion and voting begins
Friday, October 5, 2018
 
Kimberly Mascaro — Extraordinary Announcing Dreams  (Thread Monitor, Jordi Boarras-Garcia)
Kelly Bulkeley — The Dangerous Power of Precognitive Dreaming: A Historical Case Study
Saturday, October 6, 2018
 
Reading Day
Conference Evaluation Thread Open
Group Psi Game/ Group Choice Deadline/ Target Posted
Sunday, October 7, 2018
 
Conference Closes
Farewells
Conference Evaluation Thread remains open
Note: Although the discussion part of PsiberDreaming 2018 will close on this date, the forum will remain open to attendees for a read-only period until the end of October

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