Lisa Paul Streitfeld, Curator


Lisa Paul Streitfeld is a cultural writer, curator, educator and pioneer of new art forms for the 21st century.  Her innovations in expression occur at the intersection of new technology with business, metaphysics and fine art.  In the 1980s she was a full time psychic for Aquarian Age 2000.  In the 1990s she was an analyst on new developments in Internet software for Internet.com.  At the change of millennium, she became a newspaper critic in the New York metropolitan area, interpreting a new movement in over 300 reviews and articles.

The daughter of Harold S. Streitfeld, a leader in the Human Potential Movement, researcher and co-founder of the Kundalini Clinic, she has been a practitioner of alchemy and hermeticism for over two decades, studying with the great teachers of the late 20th century.  In 2006, she was a recipient of the Unitarian Universalist Margaret Fuller Award for a 21st century theology of the hieros gamos derived from mystery schools around the globe.

Currently, she is exploring the multimedia avenues by which she can communicate a new art theory to a broad public.  These include: fiction and non-fiction books, catalogue essays, blogs, websites, live performance, art talks, video and television.  A member of the U.S. chapter of the International Association of Art Critics (AICA), she contributes to several publications, including Holly Crawford’s Artistic Bedfellows (2008), and was the regular art critic for Tribune Newspapers in Connecticut (The Advocate/Greenwich Time & The Hartford Courant) from 2000-2007, contributes to The New York Times and several art magazines.   She operates three blogs:




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