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There is something about engaging in organic conversation in a room full of strangers who can’t see each that instills a sense of community along the group. At the end, a candle is lit and it feels as if your waking up from a collective dream, that you somehow shared with everyone around you.
— Hayley Besecker | 7 x 7 Magazine SF

What is The Blind Cafe? 

The Blind Cafe is a fiscally sponsored 'positive social change' organization, that uses the concept of engaging people socially in 100% darkness ( via facilitated social change discussions, live music performances and breaking bread a community tables), to create innovative and imaginative positive social change (pop-up) experiences held entirely in the pitch dark, no blindfolds! The Blind Cafe is fiscally sponsored as an Artist's Project under the 501(c)1 of The Boulder County Arts Alliance, BCAA, to support The Blind Cafe's efforts to explore using the concept of engaging communities socially with the arts in 100% darkness can used as an agent for 'positive' social change.   

Video: About The Blind Cafe.