Posted by: outsiderart1 | May 17, 2016

Encounters with the Spirit World

Coming soon to London is an exhibition titled ‘Encounters with the Spirit World’ at The College of Psychic Studies

From 14 ­-20th August 2016 The College of Psychic Studies invites you to encounter the spirit world with an exhibition of over 500 spirit photographs, mediumistic artworks and artefacts relating to séances from 1856 until the present day.

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White Darkness by Aradne

Six floors of their Victorian townhouse in South Kensington will showcase the College’s outstanding collection, including the visionary paintings of Ethel Le Rossignol, Victorian writing slates, spirit trumpets, planchettes and crystal balls. Expect to see the President’s office used by former College President Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and still in use today, and the rooms where psychic detective Harry Price built his laboratory.

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Glow by Chris Neate

This will also be an opportunity to see several new acquisitions for the college by Outside In artists Aradne, Chris Neate, Daniel and Jan Arden and international artists Zinnia Nishikawa and Damian Michaels. Their mediumistic, automatic and visionary artworks will be an important addition to the College’s collection and will undoubtedly inspire future generations of psychic students. Visitors will have the chance to purchase artworks by these artists during the exhibition as well.

Address: 16 Queensberry Place, South Kensington, London, SW7 2EB
Opening times: 12­-5pm
Free Admission

For more information please contact Vivienne Roberts the Curator:


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