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The Path of The Erotic Artist

This is an event for the seekers and mystics.

For the wild ones who cannot live within the lines.

For the scientists who chase the mystery.

The weavers of the mycelium network.
And those who love to live life fully.

This evening will be a curated experience in San Francisco of Art and Eros, from interactive installations to a live lecture by Nicole Daedone, founder of Orgasmic Meditation and author of The Eros Sutras. Open to all, we are celebrating the launch of our latest program, Art School, a yearlong journey into Erotic consciousness and creative expression.

Evening consists of:

6pm: Art Exhibit

6:45pm: Lecture

8:30pm: End


Art School is a year-long online program exploring life through the lens of Erotic consciousness. Through this year, we will delve into the realms of Erotic philosophy, artistic expression, and personal liberation. This is designed for those who yearn to live life as art, embracing every aspect of it for creative expression and true freedom.


Nicole Daedone is the creator of Orgasmic Meditation and author of The Eros Sutras, as well as 11 other books available on


Art School Introduction
Expressing Gratitude
Eroticism in Art
Symbolism of The White Bull
Becoming a Great Artist
Artistic Instincts Unleashed
Gaining Artistic Insight
Exploring the Artist’s Underworld
Art vs. Industrialization
The Daemonic in Creativity
Sourcing Artistic Inspiration
The Value of Creative Pauses
Artistic Perception
Passion vs. Virtue in Art
Role of Muses in Art
Fluidity in Artistic Process
Building an Artist's Inner Sanctuary
Art School Q&A Session
Reengaging with Artistic Passion
Transforming Self-Criticism into Creativity
Finding a New Artistic State
Artistic Practices for Chaos

About the Instructor

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Nicole Daedone
I specialize in following it where not many dare to tread. I want to know life biblically, the way a man knows a woman (or other configurations of such). I want to know the water by getting wet. Theory, commandments, concepts leave me empty, and not the good kind of emptiness. My driving question is, “Is that true?” Is it wholly true? Where and how is it true? For whom is it true and why? Can it withstand the test of time? Is it true for me as a woman? The last one has taken me off many a beaten path. Givens are often no longer givens when I ask this question. The world turns upside down. My two guiding principles are first, the idea that “I’ve come only for this.” Whatever is presented before me is mine to puzzle, to play, to explore and, finally, to love. Love leads me to my second guiding principle, how I explore, which is to ask, “Can I love this? Can I love even this?” Who is the “I” who is loving in this moment? What does love look like here? Does it require a peaceful approach, approval, power, some good, old-fashioned wrath? And then, what is “this?” I must leave who I believe myself to be to answer this question—to know and love what this is on its terms and not on mine. As a free woman I want all things to be free, liberated from any ideas I would impose on them. My work remains what it once and always was: to turn poison into medicine and make it available to those who want it.