Art, Drugs & Consciousness

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This Thursday, The Evolver Network will be presenting a conversation with Daniel Pinchbeck, Adam Green and Hamilton Morris, followed by a dance party at the Intercourse in Brooklyn, New York.

We'll kick off the night with a special dialogue featuring three pioneers exploring the intersection of art, drugs, and consciousness in their work, and then transition into dance party mode.

As you may know, Daniel Pinchbeck is not only the Executive Director and Co-Founder of the Evolver Network and Reality Sandwich, but also the bestselling author of Breaking Open the Head: A Psychedelic Journey into the Heart of Contemporary Shamanism and 2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl, and the creator of the feature-length documentary "2012: Time for Change."

Adam Green, who will also be speaking, is a musician, visual artist and filmmaker. He's worked as a solo musician and counterpart to the musical acts Moldy Peaches and Binki Shapiro Project. His artwork has been shown at the Hole Gallery, the Morrison Hotel Gallery, and The Intercourse. He also created the film, "The Wrong Ferrari."

The third presenter will be Hamilton Morris, a writer, chemist, and filmmaker. He's the author of the Vice column on rare drugs, "Hamilton's Pharmacopeia," and the documentary filmmaker of a web series that shares the same title on Vice's Video Blog.

The night will be filled with mind-altering insight and a dance party guided by DJ's Ivan Sunshine (Gang Gang Dance, VietNam, Solei'd Music Group) and Matt Iwanusa (Caveman). 


7 PM — Doors

8 PM — Discussion panel followed by a Q&A

9:30 PM — Dancing, art viewing, psychedelic party time!

$10 Admission

–Drinks will be Available– 



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