The Art of Dreaming with Eliza Swann
5:00pm – 6:30pm
*All Proceeds go to Navajo and Hopi Covid-19 Relief Efforts
What are dreams? What philosophies can help us to understand the dream state? How can dreams be worked with to create great changes in our lives? The purpose of this class is to offer an in-depth understanding of night dreams, day dreams, and the perception of “life as a dream” along with techniques and practices for developing one’s skills in each of these areas. By creating lucidity in and around our dream states, we can regain more of our wakefulness and agency.
This class is led by Eliza Swann. Eliza 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, and an MFA from Central St. Martins in London. She has trained in hypnotherapy at the Isis Centre in England, Vedic cosmology and yoga with Dr. Vagish Shastri in Benares, India, and Tarot and Western Magical Practice with the Builders of the Adytum Western Mystery School.
Eliza has guest lectured at UCLA, the Hammer Museum, the San Francisco Art Institute, Central St Martins, Cal Arts, the Dia Museum, the New School and many more venues and is currently a Visiting Professor at Pratt Institute.
Eliza has contributed critical writing to BOMB, Arthur, Contemporary Art Review LA, and Perfect Wave Magazines. Her book “The Anatomy of the Aura” was released by St. Martin’s Press in April 2020.
Eliza is the founder of The Golden Dome School, a curatorial and educational platform that studies intersections of art, metaphysics and ecology.