The show features a 12,000-square-foot collection of carefully curated artifacts and original installations from more than 22 acclaimed local and international artists, including GMUNK and Clandestinos.
“We’re seeing significant change in the way psychedelic substancesare used and perceived. The testimonials are undeniable: patients with serious mental health conditions like PTSD, depression, anxiety or addiction are trying psychedelic therapies — when nothing else has worked — and reporting life-altering benefits,” says James Drayton, the producer of Psychedelics: The Experiential Exhibition. “My goal with the show is to, firstand foremost, provide guests with an entertaining and eye-opening experience. My hope is that it also encourages learning, dialogue, and ultimately, destigmatization.”