The Salem Art Gallery, also home to The Satanic Temple’s national headquarters, will be reopening again in late July to visitors.

Assuming that Baphomet doesn’t pay a visit to Jason Rapert’s front lawn soon, now is the time to be planning your unholy pilgrimages to take some selfies with the horned one, get fit with metal yoga classes, or prepare for the annual onslaught of the upcoming Halloween season.

Further details will be forthcoming soon, including hours (and days) of operation as well as planned events and exhibitions – so stay tuned!

Scholars Confront The Satanic Temple: An International Debate

Ready for a spontaneous religious pilgrimage?

We warmly invite you to a weekend long event explor-ing satanism in academia with Massimo Introvigne, Richard Noll and Joseph Laycock. We’ll start off on the evening of Friday the 13th with an intimate tea with Lucien Greaves and visiting scholars. Saturday rounds out with Scholars Confront The Satanic Temple: An International Debate–a panel discussion focusing on TST’s place in Satanism, theocracy and moral panics.

Friday, July 13th:
Private Event: Evening Tea with Lucien Greaves
7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Join Lucien Greaves, Richard Noll, and Joe Laycock for an intimate tea service and discussion on Friday, July 13th with devilishly delicious tea sandwiches and treats by Adam Dodge Ostrofsky – The Satanic Chef. All tickets are tax deductible. Ticket proceeds will go toward supporting The Satanic Temple’s legal campaigns
$250 per ticket

Saturday, July 14th:
Public Lecture: Scholars Confront The Satanic Temple: An International Debate
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
A discussion of TST by academics who study new religions and moral panics.
$20 per ticket

Purchase tickets here: