Artemis, twin sister of Apollo, is the goddess of the moon, the hunt, the wilderness, wild animals, nature, childbirth, child-rearing, and chastity. She represents the strong, nurturing spirit of To the Moon, our spirit of adventure, our connection with the earth and its creatures.
Fifty years ago humanity united and watched as the Apollo mission sent humans to walk upon the surface of the moon, and now NASA’s Artemis mission plans to do it again, and send a woman to leave her footprints in the moondust.
What better way to honor an ancient mythology and our modern cooperative accomplishments than to celebrate the ascension of the moon goddess, Artemis?
As we journey once more To The Moon and back - the art and legacy we create as a community embarking on new horizons are like our very own dusty footprints. Whether our expression exhibits Apollonian structure, Dionysian flavors or explores other realms of mythology, gods & goddesses, ancient archetypes or future cosmic lore … we are here to remember that what we do on the Moon represents something much bigger than we can imagine.