The Psychedelic Museum exists to research, preserve, and share stories and objects from all expressions of psychedelic culture.
To collect, conserve and share the material traces of psychedelic culture.
To establish curated exhibitions in physical and virtual spaces.
To inspire, educate, entertain and inform people about psychedelic culture.
We are fundraising to help us run a pop-up museum at Breaking Convention (one of the largest psychedelics conferences in the world) in 2017.
Funding will allow us to pay for insurance, transport, museum cases and materials for this exhibition. Supporting us will also help us make this exhibition available online as a virtual exhibition.
We're also raising money for the project as a whole, to enable us to offer pop-up Psychedelic Museum experiences elsewhere in Britain and internationally.
To learn more about our work please visit
https://psychedelicmuseum.net/ and our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/psychedelicmuseum/
We'd love to hear from people who have objects they may wish to loan for exhibition, and anyone else who may wish to get involved in the project, please get in touch with us via our website
Here are some specific items we need for our coming exhibitions, please get in touch with us at [email redacted] if you'd like to help out:
For the museum library
For exhibition installation
Julian Vayne, Nikki Wyrd, Andy Roberts & Rob Dickins
(Founding Members of The Psychedelic Museum)
University Of Greenwich, Greater London, United Kingdom