The world’s first acid art museum is open in the U.K.

The first ever acid art exhibition will be held in the United Kingdom, marking the opening of the first-ever art museum dedicated to the art of psychedelic art.

“We’re very excited to be opening a first-of-its-kind exhibition in the UK and are thrilled to be a part of the British Psychedelic Arts community,” said Jodie Tait, Executive Director of the Psychedelics Association.

“The artistry of the artwork is beautiful and evocative of the art and culture of this country.

We’re really looking forward to seeing the show, and to meeting some of the artists who will be exhibiting their work.”

A handful of artists will be taking part in the opening, which will take place March 23-24 at the Art Gallery of New York, and is the first of many planned exhibitions in the coming years.

The Psychedelically Art Museum will be housed in a beautiful, state-of the-art building in the heart of London.

Tait says the museum will offer visitors a place to meet artists and take in the beautiful, diverse artwork in the gallery, and will provide a forum for artists to share their experiences with a community that has so much in common.

The museum’s mission statement is to “create a new way of being in the world” through art and cultural exchange.

“Psychedelic artists share a vision for the future of the human race,” Tait said.

“They envision a new future in which people, artists and non-artists are able to create and explore new creative ways to explore our world, and share their work with a wider audience.

We see the Art Institute of Art as a great place to showcase and engage with these artists, artists to inspire, artists who share our passion for art and artists who inspire us all to dream bigger.”

Psychedelia is a movement of psychedelic and art enthusiasts that began in the 1970s and is now practiced by hundreds of thousands of people around the world.

The term “psychedelia” refers to a mystical state in which the mind, body and spirit all experience the effects of the chemical compound LSD, which is typically taken orally.

The effects of psychedelics are similar to those of other drugs like marijuana, but they tend to be more intense and often include feelings of transcendence and hope.

Psychedelians often believe the experience can be used for spiritual enlightenment.

The art of LSD art The art at the Psyche Museum is focused on creating an environment for the experience of psychedelia.

Artists paint psychedelic art using an array of materials that include sand, water and oil paint, as well as acrylics, acrylic paint and acrylic paints.

Artists work in a collaborative manner to create the psychedelic art in a manner that feels as if it is being created by the artist themselves.

The exhibition also includes art by such notable psychedelic artists as David Byrne, Brian Eno, Peter Hook, Richard Wagner and Robert Anton Wilson.

The Art Gallery is located in London’s West End and the Psychemistry Museum is in a nearby building.