Wages for Art(work) Co-Working Session 

Join us for a Wages for Art(work) Co-Working Session, where participants are invited to make art while Culture Push Associated Artist Quinlan Maggio works at their day job. During this hour-long session, participants can engage in any activity that is creatively generative for them, such as drawing, painting, collage, writing, sleeping, cooking, taking a walk, […]

Events / Film Screening / Panel/Discussion

Film Screening: We Are Many, The Untold Story of the Biggest Protest in Human History

A film by Amir Amirani Produced by Amir Amirani and Co-Produced by Academy Award Nominee Immy Humes and Executive Produced by Omid Djalili, Pippa Harris, Waël Kabbani, Callum McDougall, Signe Byrge Sørensen Join us for a screening of We Are Many and a post screening discussion with Wael Kabbani (producer) and Amir Amirani (director and producer), RSVP link at the bottom […]

Podcasts / Working Groups /

Episode 85: Art in Action Across Borders

What does solidarity mean to you? This episode of Audio Interference was made with Musicians for Palestine and Radio Alhara as a gesture of solidarity with Palestine. Community members explore what solidarity looks like, feels like, and even smells like. To learn more about Musicians for Palestine, check out

Events / Workshop


Join us at this workshop where we will share the creative process to build a feminist fanzine from and for the womb. Based on the “Menstrual pain wisdom” zine by Anabela Musante @utera____ and María Valencia @uterodetierra · @ave.maga WHAT WE’LL EXPLORE: You will make your own fanzine with cuttings, drawings, or writings, from your own ways of managing menstrual, […]

Podcasts / Working Groups /

Episode 84: What Does May Day Mean to You?

What does May Day mean to you? In this episode of Audio Interference we dive into the history of May Day and explore what it means to a few of our community members.  Our thanks to Nora Almeida and Mikey Goldenberg for their contributions. Learn more at Additional Credits: “Exquisite Motion” by Blue Dot […]


Back to the Commons: A Feminist Propaganda Party

Join us, Undocumented Women’s Fund, and Women’s Strike NYC to imagine feminist futures through media making! We’ll be screen printing and making button and zines using historical and contemporary graphics. We will explore the commons as a means to transcend austerity politics and move toward a radical transformation of everyday life. This event seeks to continue […]