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Occult Art in the 21st Century - Exhibition Preview 'The Order of the Sun & Moon'
Occult Art in the 21st Century - Exhibition Preview 'The Order of the Sun & Moon'

Tue, 24 Oct


Online and Delayed Viewing

Occult Art in the 21st Century - Exhibition Preview 'The Order of the Sun & Moon'

Online private view of the magic/art exhibition of The Order of the Sun & Moon. Discussion with Julian Vayne, Kate Southworth, Greg Humphries and Dr Amy Hale

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24 Oct 2023, 19:00 – 21:00

Online and Delayed Viewing

About The Event

Please join our online private view of the magical art exhibition at the Crypt Gallery, St Ives, Cornwall which will run 4-11 November. In this online discussion Dr Amy Hale talks with Kate Southworth, Greg Humphries and Julian Vayne  about art, creativity and occultism.  The latter three are actively practising occultists and artists, and they contribute to the growing awareness of the intersection between creative practice, the academy and magic.  They are the members of The Order of the Sun and Moon (OSM), whose name is taken from an essay by Ithell Colquhoun, who was a British painter, occultist, poet and author --- part of the British Surrealist Group before being expelled because she refused to renounce her association with occult groups. We promise a lively and englightening session. 

Kate Southworth is an Irish/British artist based in Cornwall, UK. Her work engages with magic, alchemy, mysticism and other spiritual traditions and she is interested in their relationship with new technologies and digital cultures. Greg Humphries is an artist and writer whose work has been informed by magical thinking and philosophy for over 25 years. Over the last 15 years has been exploring ways that artists can help with the looming Climate Crisis through long term land art projects, sculpture, painting and education. Julian Vayne is a British independent scholar, artist and author with over four decades of experience within esoteric culture: from Druidry to Chaos Magic, from indigenous Shamanism through to Freemasonry and Witchcraft. Dr Amy Hale is an Atlanta based writer, curator and critic. She has a PhD in Folklore and Mythology from UCLA and has written about topics as diverse as psychogeography, occult performance art, Pagan religious tourism, color theory, and extremist politics in modern Paganism. She has written widely on artist and occultist Ithell Colquhoun.


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