Transmission is a new arts and culture journal, produced and funded by the Satellite Collective. The goal of this project is to provide a sounding board
for the discussions and processes that take place within the Collective, while reaching out to the wider artistic community to engage current artists, art
historians, and critics on a broad range of issues and ideas. In keeping with the mission of the Satellite Collective, Transmission is focused on how the
multitude of various art forms are interrelated, each form providing context and perspective for all of the others.
About the Satellite Collective
The Satellite Collective is a non-profit group of artists committed to designing and producing collaborations. The Satellite Collective strives to build a
sustainable creative, financial, and collaborative model to support original works of music, dance, multimedia, film, spoken and written word, criticism,
photography, painting, drawing, fashion, and design, to name a few. The Collective hosts an annual workshop and artistic retreat in Fremont, Michigan and
is funded by the Fremont Area Community Foundation, the Dogwood Center for Performing Arts, the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs, the
Satellite Gallery, LLC, and numerous other individual, government, and corporate sponsors. To find out more about the Satellite Collective, please visit satellitecollective.org.