The renowned visionary artist talks about ego death, letting go, and forging a new artistic path with community support after his art barn burned down in January.
This list of our favorite reads from the past year shows how dramatically the psychedelics field is growing, from policy changes and therapy programs to TikTok influencers.
From a new congressional caucus to the protection of indigenous knowledge, leaders in the field reflect on this year’s significant events in the psychedelic space.
The longest-running annual psychedelic conference is coming up this week, with a packed 4-day agenda featuring classes and panels around psychedelic medicine, research, and culture.
The prolific psychedelic and digital visionary is remembered for his myriad accomplishments, as well as the love he inspired in those who knew him.
Psychedelics are being talked about at major conferences all over the world, including South by SouthWest and Aspen Institute’s Ideas Week, signaling a mainstream awareness that has its pros and cons, according to some.
The Chambers Project “Togetherrr” exhibit in collaboration with the Furtherrr artists collective presented a 13-year retrospective of psychedelic art collaborative co-creations.
The director of Netflix’s How to Change Your Mind, Lucy Walker, discusses what led her to make the groundbreaking series and what it was like to work with Michael Pollan.
Ann Shulgin, one of the foremost thinkers and authors to have guided the current resurgence of interest in psychedelics, has died at the age of 91.
The famous ethnopharmacologist reflects on his main takeaways from the ESPD55 conference and their implications for the future.