To commemorate the past ten years, we want to host 100 memorable exhibitions this year. You can help! We're offering an evening at Rabbithole to qualifying proposals. The artists keep 100% of their sales whether they are art sales or ticket sales. To help us cover our expenses ($100/evening), we will work to match the artists with the art lovers who want to support them. Fine Art, Film, Theatre, Performance, Music! Tell your friends and schedule your preferred date here to get started. Interested in supporting one of our artists? Click below to see what they have to offer in exchange. Be a patron for a day!
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Rabbithole is now fiscally sponsored by Fractured Atlas, a 501(c)3 charitable organization that supports the arts. This means all your donations are tax-deductible! To find out more, and to make a charitable donation, please visit our Fractured Atlas page.
This wednesday we'll be screening Stanley Kurbrick's controversial 1971 "A Clockwork Orange". Kubrick's quickest feature production, is an adaptation of Anthony Burgess's novel of the same name, starring Malcolm McDowell as Alex, the charismatic delinquent psychopath. A dark, social satire dealing with violence in human society, set in a dystopian futuristic Great Britain that is both authoritarian and chaotic.
Our regular weekly screenings are back! with the baffling and beautiful 1975 "Black Moon" by French director Louis Malle. A fable heavily inspired by Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland, Black Moon is a Freudian tale of adolescent sexuality set in a post-apocalyptic world of shifting identities and unlikely beings such as talking unicorns, weeping flowers and a breastfed old lady. It is one of Malle’s most experimental films and a cinematic daydream like no other. Stars Catheryn Harrison as the lead and Warhol's Joe Dallesandro.