October 26, 2021

Hilma’s Ghost Workshop with Sarah Potter | Tuesday, October 26 2:00PM (EST)


We are excited to announce the launch of the second edition of Hilma’s Ghost’s ABSTRACT FUTURES TAROT deck! If you are interested in purchasing an ABSTRACT FUTURES TAROT deck, please visit the Carrie Secrist Gallery website here.

As a kickoff event for the new edition, please join Hilma’s Ghost for a conversation between the co-founders, Dannielle Tegeder and Sharmistha Ray, on Hilma af Klint’s birthday, Tuesday, October 26, 3.00 – 4.30PM (EST). Tegeder and Ray will discuss the artistic process behind the creation of the ABSTRACT FUTURES TAROT deck and offer an inside look at their collaborative process. They will also be discussing other artists who have created Tarot decks, including Salvador Dali and Leonora Carrington. Additionally, they will be joined by professional witch and Tarot Reader Sarah Potter for a discussion on the rich history of Tarot, an explanation on reading Tarot, and how to use the ABSTRACT FUTURES TAROT deck.

The Eventbrite link is here. This session is free and open to everyone, but you must register to receive the Zoom link.

If you have the first signed edition, please bring your deck to this virtual session. If you are ordering the second deck, then this session will help you unravel the mysteries that await you.

Sarah Potter is a Tarot reader and professional witch based in NYC. Her writing about the occult is regularly featured in Cosmopolitan, Astrology.com, Bust Magazine, and other popular outlets. Her first book, The Cosmo Tarot: The Ultimate Deck and Guidebook debuted recently.

Acting as a team, Dannielle Tegeder and Sharmistha Ray – the Brooklyn-based artists behind Hilma’s Ghost – created the 78 original drawings that comprise the ABSTRACT FUTURES TAROT deck. The project in its entirety was presented by Carrie Secrist Gallery at The Armory Show in September 2021 and was included in The New York Times review as one of the exhibitions to see.

You can learn more about Hilma’s Ghost by checking out hilmasghost.com or following @hilmasghost. They regularly post about their programs and profile womxn artists working with the occult.