It was a safe space for those withought rights or voices to share their views
All sorts of artist (dancers, painters writers etc.) would meet up and work on their talents improving and growing as a whole. Everyone could feel loved and accepted for once
It was a creative place
She bravely stood up for all their rights and heard their stories trying her best to help
Barney ran one of the most decadent, open-minded salons in Paris.
Soon after she moved into 20 Rue Jacob, in 1909, she launched what she called her “Fridays,” a weekly salon that attracted the most famous names in art, dance, literature, and music.
Sometimes there would be performances, other times readings. The setting was a large windowed salon room and a small, four-pillared Grecian-style temple