Devon Deimler, PhD is an artist, writer, mythologist, and teacher. She is adjunct faculty in Pacifica Graduate Institute's Depth Psychology and Creativity (DCH) and Mythological Studies programs, the latter of which is her alma mater. Devon's doctoral dissertation, Ultraviolet Concrete: Dionysos and the Ecstatic Play of Aesthetic Experience, received the institute’s Dissertation of Excellence award. Devon earned her BA in Interdisciplinary Sculpture from the Maryland Institute College of Art. Her professional experience in art and music includes founding an independent record label and collaborative event project, Wildfire Wildfire Productions, and working as Assistant to the Director at the Dennis Hopper Art Trust. She is currently Curator at OPUS Archives and Research Center, home to the collections of James Hillman, Joseph Campbell, and Marija Gimbutas, among others.
During her time as a Contributing Scholar, Devon compiled the lectures of Manly P. Hall on Mythology for a newly designed and curated publication through PRS’ imprint -Mythology I: Stories and Symbols of the Sacred and Mythology II: Demons, Deities, Lovers & Fortune.
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