The 6th Annual Moksha Art Fair 2014 – Dec. 3-6 – CYBERMYSTICS @ 7th Circuit Productions
The 6th Annual Moksha Art Fair 2014
“The level of intelligence has been tremendously increased, because people are thinking and communicating in terms of screens, and not in lettered books. Much of the real action is taking place in what is called cyberspace. People have learned how to boot up, activate, and transmit their brains.” – Timothy Leary, Chaos & Cyber Culture, 1994.
The 6th Annual Moksha Art Fair “CYBERMYSTICS” highlights the convergence of artistic expression, technological expansion and conscious awareness. This year we are honored to welcome back Andrew Jones and other national and international artists for exclusive exhibits, digital showcases and live painting. The 2014 Moksha Art Fair is dedicated to the 20th Anniversary edition of Timothy Leary’s written work “Chaos and Cyber Culture.
About Moksha Family Arts Collective:
From its inception, the Moksha Art Fair has been a nexus of cultural & artistic expression. It celebrates the mysteries that unite us with an eclectic mix of multimedia presentations that are meant to explore the inner landscape on the quest for universal oneness. This annual event takes place during the week of Art Basel Miami Beach, the biggest and most prestigious art expo in North America. Since its debut in 2009, the Moksha Art Fair has become the premier visionary art showcase during this world-class, citywide event. Previously featured artists include Alex Grey, Allyson Grey Grey, the late Robert Venosa, Martina Hoffmann, Mark Henson, Amanda Sage, Carey Thompson, Chris Dyer, Luke Brown, Randal Roberts, Autumn Skye Morrison, Adam Scott Miller, Alex Sastoque & many more.
The Moksha Family Arts Collective is proud to announce the following lineup of Visionary Artists for the 2014 Moksha Art Fair.
Daily 12pm–6pm, December 3rd-6th 2014
ADMISSION: FREE… All Ages Daily 12pm–6pm
MAIN GALLERY OPENING: December 3rd 2014 @ 7pm
Don’t miss the Tribe13 Gallery booth #29 at SCOPE during Art Basel Miami Beach.
Moksha Family Arts Collective is a non profit organization, all profits from this event go into continuing our mission and sustaining our location. Look out for the release of our GOFUNDME campaign. Thank you for supporting the movement and Keeping the Vision Alive!