Please join Eliza Swann for a “Psychic Tour of MOMA” 12/3

Where: 11 West 53 Street, Manhattan

When: Tuesday December 3rd, 2019, 12:15pm – 1:30pm

I will be waiting for you in a plaid cape by the ticket counter – RSVP at

There is a fee to enter the museum, and a requested sliding scale donation of $11 – $22 to assist with Golden Dome School programming costs – Venmo Eliza-Swann.

A lot of contemporary art is inspirited and contains vast cosmologies, teaching tales and helping spirits that can assist us in evolving as a species.

The buildings that house art are also sentient and have messages about the future of the museum that can help us navigate the way that we experience art.

During this tour of the MOMA, we will learn to communicate with contemporary art objects and the MOMA building itself. We will learn various techniques for “remote psychometry” that help us to open our empathic centers and listen with our full selves. We will take turns sharing our psychic impressions of three different art objects, and compare notes.

The exercises that we will explore are designed to nurture space for creativity, imagination, and critical consciousness. It is my hope that in learning these deep visioning practices, we can learn to better stand in solidarity with struggles against exploitation, appropriation, and colonization. Let us re-sensitize ourselves to the “culture” that we consume.

Eliza Swann is an interdisciplinary artist, intuitive, writer, educator, and community organizer based in Los Angeles and New York. Eliza received a BA in Painting from the San Francisco Art Institute, trained in hypnotherapy at the Isis Centre in England, Hindu cosmology and yoga with Dr. Vagish Shastri in Benares, India, Tarot and Western Magical Practice with the Builders of the Adytum Western Mystery School, and received a Master’s degree in Fine Art from Central St. Martins in London. Eliza has lectured at UCLA, the Hammer Museum, the San Francisco Art Institute, Central St Martins, CalArts, and is currently a Visiting Professor at Pratt Institute. She has contributed critical writing to BOMB, Arthur, Contemporary Art Review LA, and Perfect Wave Magazines. Eliza is also the founder of The Golden Dome School, a curatorial and educational platform that studies intersections of art, metaphysics and ecology.