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Satellite is a print magazine focusing on cities, culture, and politics. Each issue features an in-depth look at a single city, alongside interviews, art, and nonfiction.

Photos from our issue launch party...
09/26/2015

Photos from our issue launch party...

Satellite issue 4 launch party
09/26/2015

Satellite issue 4 launch party

09/25/2015

Our NYC issue is now available at McNally Jackson in SoHo. Pick one up!

What's the value of culture in cities? Professor Sharon Zukin, NYC Dept. of Cultural Affairs deputy commissioner Edwin T...
08/07/2015
Satellite Magazine Issue 4 launch party

What's the value of culture in cities? Professor Sharon Zukin, NYC Dept. of Cultural Affairs deputy commissioner Edwin Torres, Center for an Urban Future researcher Adam Forman, and activist Caron Atlas will discuss at our 8/27 event in Lower Manhattan: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/satellite-magazine-issue-4-launch-party-tickets-17910427571

To celebrate the release of our fourth issue, independent magazine Satellite is throwing a launch party and fundraiser in Lower Manhattan on Thursday, August 27. We'll kick things off at 6:30 with short talks about the relationship between cities and culture. Speakers include: Caron Atlas Director, …

Our interview with arts activist Caron Atlas, who will be speaking at our NYC launch party later this month: http://www....
08/03/2015
Rethinking culture and community in New York City | Satellite Magazine

Our interview with arts activist Caron Atlas, who will be speaking at our NYC launch party later this month: http://www.satellitemagazine.ca/2015/08/rethinking-culture-and-community-in-new-york-city/

Cultural organizer Caron Atlas, director of Arts & Democracy and co-director of Naturally Occurring Cultural Districts New York (NOCD-NY), has spent decades working at the intersection of art, culture, and community change. We asked her a few questions in advance of her presentation at our upcoming…

Haiti is sometimes called the Republic of NGOs due to the heavy presence of foreign aid groups. We explored how this pla...
07/30/2015
Everything you touch is a problem | Satellite Magazine

Haiti is sometimes called the Republic of NGOs due to the heavy presence of foreign aid groups. We explored how this plays out in the small city of Fort-Liberté: http://www.satellitemagazine.ca/2015/07/everything-you-touch-is-a-problem/

For several days last November, protests over the government’s failure to provide consistent electricity shut down Fort-Liberté, a small coastal city in northeast Haiti. Video footage of the events shows an atmosphere alternately festive and frightening. At times, throngs of men, women, and children…

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07/26/2015

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Architects "have to survive by starting to engage with a corporate professional culture, which is the one actually build...
06/24/2015
Architectural alternatives | Satellite Magazine

Architects "have to survive by starting to engage with a corporate professional culture, which is the one actually building the city" -- Pedro Gadanho on New York's design community

http://www.satellitemagazine.ca/2015/06/architectural-alternatives/

Portuguese architect, curator, and writer Pedro Gadanho moved from Lisbon to New York in late 2011 after being named Curator for Contemporary Architecture at the Museum of Modern Art. For our forthcoming New York issue, we spoke to him last summer about his thoughts on the city and its design commun…

Thanks to Cameron Blaylock for the photos!
03/12/2015

Thanks to Cameron Blaylock for the photos!

Thanks to Cameron Blaylock for the photos!

Sarah M. Kaufman on the future of urban streets:
01/28/2015
Farewell to traffic lights | Satellite Magazine

Sarah M. Kaufman on the future of urban streets:

When the last of Manhattan’s elevated subways came down in the 1950s, the city’s residents were ebullient. They reveled in new views of the sky and reduced noise, walking around without fear of derailments overhead.

Thanks to Cameron Blaylock for the great photos from our event last night! And thanks again to speakers Steven Thomson (...
01/15/2015

Thanks to Cameron Blaylock for the great photos from our event last night! And thanks again to speakers Steven Thomson (Van Alen Institute), Sam Bodkin (Groupmuse), and Tony Daniels (Cycle Cities).

Cities+ January 2015
01/15/2015

Cities+ January 2015

Cities + | August
08/13/2014

Cities + | August

07/01/2014

Happy Canada Day! We're hosting an event next Tuesday night in the far south (AKA Brooklyn) as we continue work on our upcoming NYC issue. Hope to see y'all there!

Cities+ #4
05/15/2014

Cities+ #4

Photos from our April 14 event, featuring Tiffany Murray from SOS Crown Heights, Sashti Balasundaram from We Radiate, ar...
04/27/2014

Photos from our April 14 event, featuring Tiffany Murray from SOS Crown Heights, Sashti Balasundaram from We Radiate, artists Andrea Bergart and Patrick Paine, and musician Renzo Ortega (aka R-TRONIKA).

Photos from our April 14 event, featuring Tiffany Murray from SOS Crown Heights, Sashti Balasundaram from We Radiate, artists Andrea Bergart and Patrick Paine, and musician Renzo Ortega (aka R-TRONIKA).

03/12/2014

Thanks to everyone that came out to our Cities+ #2 event last night. And especially all our speakers.

We're on the brink of mastering the projector....

Cities+ #2
03/12/2014

Cities+ #2

We're having an event in Brooklyn tonight: bit.ly/18tNqAt
01/14/2014
City-themed speaker series | Satellite Magazine

We're having an event in Brooklyn tonight: bit.ly/18tNqAt

We?re kicking off a city-themed speaker series in January at Brooklyn bar the Way Station . Join us at 7:30 on Tuesday, January 14 for short, informal talks about different facets of urban life.

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