The word “collective” brings to mind infinite potentials — an unlimited number of practices towards horizontality within an artistic ecosystem. Some of these practices are more tenable than others, but throughout history activist-minded artists have collectivized in an effort to change what the economic, social and political model of making arts looks like. From West Berlin to DC, the Second Wave to riot grrrl, we present a cross-section of female artists coming together in times of political need. – Mackenzie Lukenbill

Organized by Mackenzie Lukenbill & Mary Billyou. Special thanks to Kristen Fitzpatrick, WMM, Filmmakers’ Co-op, K8 Hardy, Wynne Greenwood, Facets, A.I.R. Gallery and Meredith Drum.



Supermoon is pleased to present Satellite Cinema, a 16mm film screening series for kids taking place monthly on Saturday afternoons. Located at 751 Onderdonk Ave. in Ridgewood, Satellite Cinema highlights the New York Public Library’s extensive holdings. Programming includes early cinema, silent films, animation, and experimental work. Live music will be performed during silent films. Following the series there will be a cameraless 16mm film animation workshop for kids.

February 15, 2020

January 11, 2020

December 7, 2019









October 5, 2019



On the Contrary

High Risk Citizen

The Audacity of Desperation