Doors open at 6:30pm, with talks beginning at 7:00pm
Event ends at 9:30pm
Free event for patrons, please register
Join us for the private launch of the Foundation for Visionary Science and Art where we will hear from the world’s leading scientists into the extraordinary potential impacts of psychedelics in the global mental health crisis. Prof David Nutt, Dr David Erritzoe, Sarah Reed and Chris Timmerman will detail the research projects they lead at Imperial, London, explaining the true potential they are already witnessing. The event will be hosted by Deborah Frances-White, award-winning writer and comedian best known for her hit podcast The Guilty Feminist.
“When harnessed properly, psychedelics have the power to unlock human consciousness, treat patients most at need, ignite creativity and open the doors to a more compassionate and connected world. The transformative impact on humanity is immeasurable” – Professor David Nutt
“I have witnessed first hand the profoundly positive effects of psychedelics in treating a myriad of health issues, and in their ability to deepen connects to the natural world. In our most perilous moment at a species, I believe that we are at the cusp of great potential for change. The time is now.” – Jonathan Freemantle, Artist
“We have the expertise needed to transform the way we treat mental health care and permanently shift the dial on the political, medical and public opinion on the therapeutic use of psychedelics” – Dr David Erritzoe
This Foundation is specifically created to work with artists and philanthropists support the revolutionary work of Prof David Nutt and Dr David Erritzoe at Imperial, leaders in the research of psychedelic therapy science. This event is the private launch of the Foundation for Visionary Science and Art bringing together collectors, scientists, artists and all interested in this vital work.
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