February 19, 2004 |
At the Invisible College, tuition costs $5. Class is in session only twice a month. The eclectic course of study ranges from Moroccan lounge music to conspiracy theory literature, from pioneers of the psychedelic movement to pulp art history. In fact, nothing is strictly academic at this biweekly bohemian salon, where artists and intellectuals, young and old, exchange ideas and laughs. Although there is dancing and drinking, conversation rises above dim bar chatter.