The Psychedelic Society and acclaimed artist Sara Zaltash are joining forces to unite the creative energies of the psychedelic community and nurture the new era in Psychedelic Art.
This month's theme: NEURODIVERSITY - what does your mind do that expands your creative practice? How can your creative practice enhance, accompany, and inhibit your neurodiversity? In what ways can you understand the dynamic relationship between your neurodiversity, your creativity and psychedelic experience?
The aim of this circle is to support, feedback and encourage creativity that is focused on the alteration of consciousness, and transforming the aesthetic experience of reality.
A cross between a sharing circle, a studio crit, a creative workshop and a manifestation ritual, harnessing the energy of the New Moon to plant the seeds of your creativity deep in your collective consciousness.
We emphasise the essential creativity of psychedelic consciousness, and benefit from connecting with other creatives who are committed to altering reality by creating a community to which we hold ourselves accountable.
We share our ambitions and dreams in a judgement-free, non-competitive and non-capitalistic setting.
If you're creative and you're committed to altering the experience of consciousness, then you are welcome. Anyone from self-identifying artists, graphic designers and media journalists, meme makers and psychic gardeners, musicians and filmmakers, instagrammers and ritualists, art directors and sound editors, queens and cabaristas, performers and painters, clowns and calligraphers, poets and costumiers, carpenters and engineers. All genders and non-genders welcome.
Earlybird - £12
Regular - £15
On the door - £20
(no one turned away for lack of funds, get in touch as there are two bursary places available each month)
Once you have booked, you’ll be sent an email with instructions about how to prepare for the circle, what to bring and more about what to expect.
Sara Zaltash is an artist working with live action, song, sound, community, ritual, conceptual enquiry, magic and the divine at the edges of conviction and possibility, to create bold works which evolve political, philosophical and spiritual realities.
As well as performing extensively internationally and in the UK, Sara has led workshops in creative practice with Tate Britain/Live Art Development Agency, Wolverhampton School of Art and OMID Foundation Tehran.
Sara is a Fellow of the Schumacher Institute.
“Zaltash is electifying… See her if you can.” - Guardian.
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