Experiencing images, (such as colors, patterns, objects, or people), sounds, or smells that do not exist in the real world, but are instead created by the mind.
Multimedia theatrical events that took place in artists’ or gallery spaces during the early to mid-1960s. Happenings often involved the participation of the audience.
In music, harmony is a combination of related notes.
An American singer, songwriter, actor, and musician. More info
Hermes was the fastest of the Greek gods. He wore wings on his sandals and acted as the messenger and conductor of souls to the Underworld. In ancient Greece, the head of Hermes was placed on pillars at roadsides to guide travelers.
Originally from “hipster,” the word “hippie” was first used to describe people who experimented with a different kind of lifestyle in San Francisco and New York in the early 1960s. Hippies invented Flower Power as a peaceful protest against the Vietnam War.
Something that is in a left-to-right, right-to-left, or side-to-side direction, like a person lying down.
An acclaimed American author, Zora Neale Hurston wrote stories, novels, and an autobiography. More info