Brunch with Brilliants Series – Sunday, January 15 – “At the Intersections of Creativity and Psychology” featuring Joshua Wolf Shenk 

Enjoy brunch with this special monthly series of interesting and topical subjects hosted by Congregation P’nai Tikvah. All are welcome! Pre-paid $10 plus the cost of your meal.

Sunday, January 15 at 11:30am
Brunch with Brilliants Series features Joshua Wolf Shenk
“At the Intersections of Creativity and Psychology”
Sign up now for this fascinating session featuring Joshua Wolf Shenk, the executive director and writer-in-residence of the Beverly Rogers, Carol C. Harter Black Mountain Institute at UNLV. He will discuss his work at the intersections of creativity and psychology. Josh is author, most recently, of Powers of Two: How Relationships Drive Creativity and the New York Times notable book Lincoln’s Melancholy. His Atlantic cover stories include “What Makes Us Happy?” about the psychiatrist George Vaillant and the “Harvard happiness study.” He’s published in Harper’s, The New Yorker, The New York Times, Slate, GQ, The Nation, Riverteeth, and the anthology Unholy Ghost: Writers on Depression.

The public is welcome to participate in this insightful program with Joshua Wolf Shenk. Admission is a $10 pre-paid donation plus brunch costs (guests order from the menu and pay for their own meal separately). To attend call (702) 436-4900, email or go to RSVP and pre-payment required.

WHEN: Sunday, January 15 at 11:30am

LOCATION: Marie Callender’s, 8175 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89117 Map Here

COST: $10.00 donation plus the cost of your meal. (Each guest will order form the restaurant’s menu and pay for their check.)

RSVP: RSVP Here or call 702.436.4900 or email for more information.

 Joshua Wolf Shenk Brunch with Brilliants

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