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Always in Neverland —
The Tale of a Farmer Named Andrew Kluger

“It's a better day when you have to wake up early and do something that —before you do it— seems impossible.”

by Genevieve Kim

July 4, 2018

Culture

Lisa Wang

For every successful woman, there is a group of other successful women who have their back.

by David Passiak

May 6, 2018

Culture

Tracing the Connections

An afternoon with Jovana Djuric, Excavateur of Life

by Genevieve Kim

May 29, 2018

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The Restorative Power of Nature

Why getting outside is essential to our well-being

by Bibi Deitz

May 27, 2018

The New Paradigm

The Social Singularity

The first wave of the Internet has given us expressive capacities while empowering mega corporations to control our data for profit. What does the upcoming wave have in store for us?

by Daniel Pinchbeck

July 18, 2018

Musings

Finding The Higher Path

A writer’s journey to cultivating presence and introspection in the midst of New York City

by Micky Ayoub

July 4, 2018

Transformation

All Hypnosis is Self-Hypnosis

Discussing the creative process inspired by past-life regression and meditation with hypnotherapist Daniel Ryan

by Bibi Deitz

July 4, 2018

Let's Assemble

The Assemblage provides coworking, coliving and community spaces to those who believe in doing well by doing good. We assemble to seek out the best of what is to help ignite the collective imagination of what might be

Culture

Always in Neverland —
The Tale of a Farmer Named Andrew Kluger

“It's a better day when you have to wake up early and do something that —before you do it— seems impossible.”

by Genevieve Kim

July 4, 2018

Culture

Designing Walls of Wonder and Imagination

Artist Sofia Willemoës brings fantasy to life at The Assemblage John Street

by Simone Spilka

July 4, 2018

Culture

The Gongs of Gamelatron

A conversation with the instrument creator, Aaron Taylor Kuffner

by Emily Sause

June 29, 2018

Culture

‘I Really Don’t Care. Do U?’

What does German war hero, author, and entheogen explorer Ernst Junger’s Fascist metaphysics reveal about current events

by Daniel Pinchbeck

June 27, 2018

Culture

The Jordan Peterson Phenomenon

Questioning Peterson’s social philosophy and exploring his role in current culture wars

by Daniel Pinchbeck

June 15, 2018

Culture

Riding the Nue Wave

An interview with musical tastemakers & Nue Agency founders Alex & Jesse Kirshbaum

by Genevieve Kim

June 11, 2018

Technology

Are You Experienced?

An investigation in how we understand and achieve knowledge

by Daniel Pinchbeck

June 4, 2018

Culture

Tracing the Connections

An afternoon with Jovana Djuric, Excavateur of Life

by Genevieve Kim

May 29, 2018

Culture

The Incel Rebellion

What is the deeper meaning of a new form of terrorism based on the sexual frustration of unlovable men?

by Daniel Pinchbeck

May 16, 2018

Culture

Lisa Wang

For every successful woman, there is a group of other successful women who have their back.

by David Passiak

May 6, 2018

Capital

Crowdsourcing

Modern initiatives are helping individuals predict and prepare for the future through vast access to information.

by The Assemblage

May 6, 2018

Capital

The Great Disconnect

Why spiritual progress can only come by ending senseless suffering and oppression

by Daniel Pinchbeck

May 2, 2018

Transformation

Recognizing the Lessons

A journey to self-love with spiritual coach Donnalynn Civello

by Genevieve Kim

April 23, 2018

Culture

The New Paradigm

It’s time to de-program ourselves from the mainstream ideology which tells us violence and war are normal and inevitable

by Daniel Pinchbeck

April 18, 2018

Capital

From Wall Street to John Street

Through access to technology, resources and space, individuals and businesses can shift away from a society driven by capitalism to one powered by impact.

by David Passiak

April 9, 2018

Culture

Biophilia

Recently, more homes and workspaces have adopted biophilic design principles to create inspiring environments that promote creativity and well-being.

by The Assemblage

April 9, 2018

Culture

Refueled Resources

New research and processes are redefining waste as a valuable resource rather than something to be thrown into a landfill.

by The Assemblage

April 9, 2018

Culture

Design Lessons for Creating Sacred Interiors

Georgia Marcantoni on how we can improve public spaces to bring greater balance to our lives.

by Simone Spilka

February 20, 2018

Culture

The Deepest Part of You Is Perfect

A Conversation with Psychologist and Author Dr. Neal Goldsmith Ph.D

by Bibi Deitz

February 8, 2018

Culture

Ubuntu Market: I Am Because You Are

Do you own #magicalpompoms?

by Simone Spilka

January 24, 2018

Biophilia

Paloma T. & Yair M.

Landscape designers fuse art, architecture and nature by designing living installations in NYC and Miami.

by David Passiak

January 5, 2018

Rules of Impact

Frontier Science

Technology is expanding scientific research that will lead to breakthroughs in treating diseases, genetics, quantum computing and space exploration.

by The Assemblage

January 5, 2018

Culture

Bringing Synchronicity To Life

Have you ever seen spirits of people when you walk down the street?

by Emily Sause

December 20, 2017

Transformation

Realigning with Mother Nature

Ayurveda teaches us that through intake, we have the power to uplift the spirit, heal, serve and rejoice

by Noel Graupner

December 13, 2017

Technology

Rand Hindi

Dr Rand Hindi has a vision for the future that is peaceful and distraction-free.

by David Passiak

November 30, 2017

Culture

Family Style: Dining with Community

The power of the shared meal

by Emily Sause

November 23, 2017

Culture

Christine Finley

Christine Finley has one rule when you meet her: please don’t call her Christine. But beyond that, everything goes for Finley, a magnetic and energetic artist turned social activist who is dedicated to creating scalable impact through paint.

by David Passiak

November 15, 2017

Culture

Inspired Creativity

Artists and cultural institutions are creating projects that push boundaries and stimulate new conversations around important social issues.

by The Assemblage

November 15, 2017

Transformation

Ayurveda: Cultivating A State of Mind of Your Choosing

How to make informed health decisions based on your unique Nature

by Noel Graupner

October 26, 2017

Culture

Dumeetha Luthra

Dumeetha Luthra knows a great deal about storytelling. She dedicated years of her life to reporting about war and conflict, traveling to the darkest corners of Afghanistan and Iraq as a BBC correspondent.

by David Passiak

October 25, 2017

Rules of Impact

Augmented Humanity

These advances allow many to once again lead standard lifestyles without fear of compromise or injury.

by The Assemblage

October 25, 2017

Culture

The Phenomenon of the Green Wall

An interview with Ethnobotanist Hayden Stebbins

by Bibi Deitz

October 23, 2017

Culture

Soren Rose

Towering at 6’4”, Rose examines the world around him with a keen attention to detail that permeates everything he touches: cabins, workspaces, homes.

by David Passiak

October 15, 2017

Culture

Living Environments

Modern technologies are enabling fully autonomous, self-aware city systems to improve and prosper without the need for human intervention.

by The Assemblage

October 15, 2017

Capital

How Technology Will Make You a Better Yogi

A conversation with
WearableX CEO Billie Whitehouse

by Bibi Deitz

October 11, 2017

Culture

Tobias Peggs

Even if there’s two feet of snow outside, there can still be perfect growing conditions inside. That means we can grow real, tasty food all year round.

by David Passiak

October 8, 2017

Culture

Engineered Environments

Sensors and cloud-based technologies are being leveraged to harness the power of the environment — improving crop yields, eliminating pests without an over-reliance on harmful chemicals, and saving finite resources.

by The Assemblage

October 8, 2017

Culture

Instilling Art with Meaning: A Journey to Peru

Deanna Rogers and Tanya Mate travel to Yarinachoca to source handmade tapestries from indigenous Shipibo communities

by Simone Spilka

October 3, 2017

Culture

Robin Sosnow

When it comes to the law, what does it mean to tap into the power of the crowd? For lawyer and entrepreneur Robin Sosnow, it means innovation.

by David Passiak

October 1, 2017

Capital

Crowdfunding

Open access to financial platforms and tools.

by The Assemblage

October 1, 2017

Notable Speakers

Channeling a Mystery

A conversation with psychic Paul Selig

by Bibi Deitz

September 28, 2017

Culture

Alexandre Tannous

To understand sound is to answer the most profound questions about consciousness: Who am I? What is love? What is God? What is human experience?

by David Passiak

September 26, 2017

Rules of Impact

Unlocking Consciousness

Immersive digital experiences and alternative drug therapies.

by The Assemblage

September 26, 2017

Transformation

The Transformative Power of Intention & Ritual

Breathing mindfulness into everyday

by Bibi Deitz

September 25, 2017

Capital

Digital Inclusion

An emerging set of cloud-based platforms are bringing identity and vital services to communities that were previously left behind.

by The Assemblage

September 20, 2017

Technology

Muneeb Ali

We have the illusion that the centralized Internet is free, when in fact we are giving away all of our data to large corporations who act like middle men to advertisers.

by David Passiak

September 20, 2017

Culture

Feeling the Feelings of Others

A study of what it’s like to be empathic

by Bibi Deitz

September 15, 2017

Capital

Rules of Impact

New frameworks and methodologies that enable businesses to have a positive impact and turn a profit are proliferating into the mainstream thanks to the visionaries who imagine it and new technologies that guide it.

by The Assemblage

April 9, 2017