As part of the exhibition “Ten Years Out” at Humboldt State University, Luke Forsyth and I organized a series of lectures and events relating to the life and work of Joseph Campbell, a founding figure in comparative religion. Two facilitated discussions took place in the Reese Bullen Gallery with hosts from the Art History and World Religions Departments leading the conversations. In addition, we created a display in the University library with materials relating to Campbell’s life work. The project culminated with an experimental music event at the Humboldt Creamery building in downtown Arcata, CA. Poster illustration by Gina Tuzzi.