At PathNorth, we think a lot about expanding our perspectives. Whether that’s dining in a pitch black restaurant served by blind waiters, performing live as extras in a Washington National Opera performance or being served by inmates in a high security prison in London, our thought is that when you see the world through someone else’s eyes, you become a more compassionate, creative and alive version of yourself.
This fall, we will gather in Washington, DC at the Renwick Gallery to experience their current exhibit, No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man. It is a truly awe-inspiring display of art installations and incredible design, but more than that, it is a testament to the inspiring principles of Burning Man, which include: radical inclusion, self-reliance, self-expression and communal effort.
Join us on October 23, 2018 as we celebrate the 25th edition of The Whitehead-Huizenga Salon Series on Meaning and Civility and discover the power of interactive art and dynamic conversations.
RSVP to Seth at email@example.com if you can join the evening of Tuesday, October 23, 2018!