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Wed Apr 3, 7:00 am to 4:30 pm

This is an event

Sat Aug 11, 9:00 pm to 11:55 pm

Join us as we bid farewell to our summer exhibition SUPER TETRICIDE, which features a new generation of gamers embracing games and interactive media as an art form moving beyond a commercial product.

Wet Mango
Wet Mango

A member of the Game Boy duo Sonic Death Rabbit, Wet Mango's solo music can be categorized as Experimental Electronics, and is associated with the sub-genres of Chiptune and Breakcore. She currently composes on Game Boy Original, Color and DS using the software Little Sound DJ and Korg DS-10 with some use of synthesizers. The tempo varies from slow and crunky to fast and hardcore, sometimes within the same song.

Ezra Buchla
Ezra Buchla

Wielding his viola, he creates layers of sound through improvised “acoustic-controlled synthesis.” Ezra is "a master performer, but not a bombastic showman. The mastery lies in his ability to pull the audience into his dream world through an atmosphere of feedback and echo, and the vulnerable, oratory nature of his voice." -Visitation Rites

Alessandro Cortini
Alessandro Cortini

Probably best known for recording and touring in Nine Inch Nails, Buchla modular synth pro Cortini also composes with analog synthesis for solo and group projects SONOIO, Modwheelmood and Blindoldfreak.

Mandarin Dynasty
Mandarin Dynasty

“While unafraid to toy with tongue-in-cheek pop culture references, Sherk’s commanding quality lies in the sincerity of his storytelling. Amplified by his mastery in the nuances of each instrument and marvelous production values, Sherk pulls . . . songs from a time capsule isolated from passing fads, trends and buzz-genres.”-Bridgetown Records

Red Pony Clock
Red Pony Clock

From the sun-kissed shores of San Diego, CA comes Red Pony Clock, an ever-shifting musical collective with a penchant for jubilant horn arrangements, effervescent vocal harmonies, and confessional song-writing. Primarily a recording project based on the songs of Gabe Saucedo , the live Red Pony Clock lineup can oftentimes swell into the the double digits.

$5

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Thu Aug 2, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

A monthly night of acoustic / electronic / experimental music, curated by Grant of Echo Curio.

$5

Sun Jul 29, 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Teen art exhibition curated by Clara. Details tba

Fri Jul 27, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm
XBXRX
XBXRX

XBXRX mates a post-hardcore guitar onslaught with articulate experimentation and intense, cathartic vocals to create relentlessly modern rock music that is as chilling as it is invigorating.

No Babies
No Babies

ANTI-CHILL, NO REVERB, NO DELAY

Heller Keller
Heller Keller

IT'S FRENCH

Nasa Space Universe
Nasa Space Universe

NASA Space Universe draws from Science-Fiction, Philip K. Dick, Cosmicism, after death preservation, and H.P. Lovecraft. K- Rhea's Lyrical delivery is often carried with a Jerry Falwell delivery, and has been described as "Speaking in Tongues". Musically influenced by Japanese hardcore, SST, Funk, Noise music, and containing Syncopated Drum Beats, Cowpunk and Free Jazz guitar licks, along with a constant start stop song aesthetic.

All Ages, $6

Wed Jul 25, 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm

Gallery Girls present a night of figure drawing on a video game theme in complement to our feature exhibition: SUPER TETRICIDE.

With DJ sets by Jason Savvy

complimentary wine and snacks
doors 7:30pm / drawing 8pm
$20

Thu Jul 19, 8:30 pm to 10:30 pm

Comedy Cult hosted by Dave Sirus.

with stand-up comedy by

  • Moshe Kasher
  • Geoff Brousseau
  • Toby Muresianu
  • Eli Olsberg
  • + more!

$5, BYOB
Open mic 8:30 pm-9:00 pm
Free for open mic performers!

Sat Jul 14, 7:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Coffee & Portraits

A word from the artist:

I've shot at over 20 coffee shops and diners in Los Angeles with many interesting and awesome people - who also happen to be my friends. Many are artists, writers and musicians. I'll be showcasing this series that I've been working on for almost a year now for only ONE DAY. This project has included lots of time, zone system, developing, printing, shooting, Polaroids, love, passion and film.

I will be selling prints as well as photo books with a collection of Polaroids I've taken at almost every coffee shop and diner in town. Rachel Cole will be DJing groovy tunes all night as well as an awesome doo wop cover band playing my favorite classic hits to wrap up the show.

Drinks courtesy of Trystero Coffee. There will also be pastries and pastrami sandwiches while they last.

Free

Fri Jul 13, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm
Raw Geronimo
Raw Geronimo

"Jungle-punk-soul-surf-goth-world-avant-pop-wildness." Raw Geronimo is the alive and kicking progeny of Laena Geronimo, multi-instrumentalist/singer/song-writer and musical veteran (The Like, The Starlite Desperation, Devon Williams, etc.) The band has quickly built a reputation for their mesmerizing live tribal seance and high-energy performances.

Free Moral Agents
Free Moral Agents

Free Moral Agents is a collective of musicians brought together by Isaiah "Ikey" Owens (keyboardist from The Mars Volta) as a means to expand the sounds of what started as a solo recording project.

Maston
Maston

On mostly broken and antiquated recording equipment, So Many Wizards member Frank Maston builds his songs up track by track, painstakingly layering each instrument and expertly weaves the sounds of his native Southern California into dreamy pieces.

The Vespertines
The Vespertines

"Not every band has the musical aptitude to span more than one genre without turning it into a clumsy juggling act. Not only do The Vespertines successfully embody the styles of prog rock, funk, jazz, and more-- they make it look easy." - OrangeCounty.com

$5, All Ages

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Sun Jul 8, 9:00 pm to 10:30 pm

Open mic with featured poets Murray Thomas & Raindog (RD Armstrong). Hosted by Scott Kaestner.

Sign-up begins at 8:30pm

Free

Sun Jul 8, 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm

Experimental, improvisational, and other musics every 2nd Sunday from 6:30pm-9pm. Hosted by Steve Touchstone.

Free

Sat Jul 7, 7:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Artificial Lifelite features works that merge our conscious and virtual realities into interactive tangible fantasies. By the use of modern and obsolete technologies we artificially map and document our existence, and we are able to become our own virtual lifeforms. Showcasing the relationship between conscious and virtual realities. We enter into the Artificial Lifelite.

Featured artists:
  • Sagan Lockhart: Photographer for Odd Future based in Los Angeles, and also runs the magazine Fersher showcasing OF artists and close friends. His current exhibition entitled YOUTH is running through the month of June at Suede Studio Los Angeles.
  • Kyle Swick: Visual Bay Area multi media artist who also runs the video label, Lavaflower, will be showcasing his own current films. Kyle had two recent film screening at Queens Nails Gallery in San Francisco and Lobot Gallery in Oakland. And will be previewing and scoring a new 3D animated film entitled BIO RIDER.
  • Andy Puls: An experimental multi media artist and electronic handyman, Andy Puls will be presenting live processed interactive feedback for mind manipulating pleasure. Andy currently performs as A Magic Whistle and duo project Freemountain Pulsewave with Aimee Friberg.
  • Aimee Friberg: Photographer and multi-media artist based in the Bay Area, Aimee Friberg Is one half of Freemountain Pulsewave with Andy Puls. She currently works and represents artist like Lawrence Jordan among others. Some other of her clients include San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Beyond Berlin Film Festival, and NY Daily News. She recently was apart of an installment of E.S.P. TV with Andy Puls.
  • Sage Caswell: Producer, Skateboard/ Video Artist/Photographer and electronic musician based in Los Angeles. His current electronic outlet is called Locator, other aliases Timbre. Recently performed at the 2012 EDC Fest in Las Vegas. Sage will be presenting video work, photos and performance.
Thu Jul 5, 9:00 pm to 11:00 pm

A monthly night of acoustic / electronic / experimental music, curated by Grant of Echo Curio.

Seagrass Recordings night w/performances by

$5

Sun Jul 1, 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm

Craft Tour Launch Party Flier

Join us for the launch party of two crafty mobiles making their way up the West Coast this summer! One, a Church Bus converted into a workshop space for sewing, zine making, needle felting and screen printing. The other, the Fly Away Zine Mobile, is traveling with a zine and music instrument library and is part of the Cross Pollination: Mobile Show and Tell Tour. Come by for free crafting projects, screen printing (bring something to print on, tunes, snacks, and an informal show and tell!

Fri Jun 29, 8:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Performances by

with art from: Sam Mancino, Darya Farhoodi, Prog, Dvote, Uter, Evil Crew, Kristine Tran, Ricky Ibarra and more!

All Ages, $5 after 9pm

Sat Jun 23, 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm

SUPER TETRICIDE features a new generation of gamers embracing games and interactive media as an art form moving beyond a commercial product. The influence of video games is branching out, prompting individuals to work in a more interactive way even within the sphere of traditional media. By increasing exposure to interactive media we hope to forge connections between communities of game designers and fine artists while blurring the distinction between the two.

Featuring art by

Opening Night performances by

sponsorships provided by

Curated and designed by Walt! Gorecki & Akira Thompson

$5 after 9pm

Fri Jun 15, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Unity LA presents a project by Tleilaxucore: +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Stuck in LA!!! A sticker art release party featuring ::: +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Katzen Jammer
katzenjammer.tumblr.com

Brian Bamps
worditage.tumblr.com

Lux Xzymhr
xzymhr.tumblr.com

Simon Sotelo
hiresimon.wordpress.com

Mary Delioussina
autopilotpress.com

Walt Gorecki
www.waltproductions.com

Juan Larrazabal
www.koolskull.com

D Bene Tleilax
www.tleilaxucore.tk

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Limited edition sets of 8 stickers will be given away to the 1st 100 attendees! +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

With Musical Performances by

Jew Cocks
www.facebook.com/JewCocks

The Hoot Hoots (WA)
www.thehoothoots.com

The Tleilaxu Music Machine
www.thetleilaxumusicmachine.com

$5

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ A word from project creator, D Bene: +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

For several years I've been really into stickers as a fun way of distributing art and have made thousands of my own to give away. I have always wanted to expand my sticker-making into acting as a sticker "label" of sorts, to put out limited releases of other people's artwork. With the sponsorship of UnityLA, a community organization dedicated to increasing the quality of urban life through collaborative projects, my multimedia company Tleilaxucore is releasing a sticker set featuring art from 8 different artists based in Los Angeles. Much like a compilation cd that a record label might release, this set showcases a single design from each artist professionally printed on a black and white weatherproof vinyl sticker, all contained within a packet which will be distributed to attendees of the event.

Outside of street art, it is quite uncommon to see stickers used as a stand-alone medium by visual artists. I find stickers to be an excellent vehicle for distributing art for art's sake, rather than being relegated to merely a promotional tool as is often their fate. The simple, functional form of a sticker is highly accessible to people who enjoy decorating their personal space with artistic imagery. The enjoyable experience of receiving a miniature artwork from an artist, combined with the ease of use and wide variety of possible decorative locations, reinforce the sticker as a unique, if under-utilized, tool at the artist's disposal.

The release of this set aims to provide a fun collection of imagery for the purposes of artistic decoration to those who attend. The artists themselves receive an additional quantity of their own sticker to distribute themselves as they see fit. As a long-time fan and proponent of stickers, I wanted to provide other artists with the opportunity to have their art on stickers which can be given away at leisure. As the amount of complete sticker sets are limited, they can only be guaranteed for the first 100 people in attendance!

  • D Bene Tleilax

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ This project was made possible with a microgrant from Unity LA. www.unityla.org/projects/fundiyd +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Thu Jun 14, 8:30 pm to 10:30 pm

Comedy Cult hosted by Dave Sirus.

with stand-up comedy by

$5, BYOB
Open mic 8:30 pm-9:00 pm
Free for open mic performers!

Sun Jun 10, 9:00 pm to 10:30 pm

Open mic with featured poet Maestro Gamin. Hosted by Scott Kaestner.

Sign-up begins at 8:30pm

Free

Sun Jun 10, 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm

Experimental, improvisational, and other musics every 2nd Sunday from 6:30pm-9pm. Hosted by Steve Touchstone.

Free

Sat Jun 9, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm
Sun Araw
Sun Araw

Magic Lantern's Cameron Stallones has figured a unique sub sub genre in which he's become masterful and quickly prolific with... trip-trop? heady heady low-fi tropical electronic carpet rides provide perfect simulacra for the anytime that isn't conducive to gobbling tons of entheogens.

Alessandro Cortini
Alessandro Cortini

Probably best known for recording and touring in Nine Inch Nails, Buchla modular synth pro Cortini also composes with analog synthesis for solo and group projects SONOIO, Modwheelmood and Blindoldfreak. He foresees an instrumental improvisation this evening.

Golden Hits
Golden Hits

Ambient supergroup comprised of Dublab dreamweavers Frosty (Adventure Time), Jimmy Tamborello (Postal Service, DNTEL), Ben Knight (The Tyde), Katie Byron (ambient melancholia DJ extraordinaire) and Mitchell Brown (LAFMS, Fancy Space People). If possible, wear loose fitting clothes and bring a bean bag chair.

Jean-Paul Jenkins
Jean-Paul Jenkins

Recently transplanted to L.A. from the Pacific-Northwest bubble of obscurity, Jenkins blesses tonight's earlybirds with his organic cyclical guitar ragas which may or may not traverse territory reminiscent of trailblazers Sandy Bull, John Fahey or Henry Flint.

$6, All Ages

Facebook Event

Fri Jun 8, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

A monthly night of acoustic / electronic / experimental music, curated by Grant of Echo Curio

Performances by

$5

Sat Jun 2, 8:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Join us as we say farewell to Stellar Infinitum with Fancy Space People

music by

$6

Fri Jun 1, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Music by:

$5

Thu May 31, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Cul De Sac Kids presents:

Sat May 19, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Tralala Media & KPFK's Feminist Magazine present

Music by:

$5

Thu May 17, 8:30 pm to 10:30 pm

Comedy Cult hosted by Dave Sirus.

with stand-up comedy by

$5, BYOB
Open mic 8:30 pm-9:00 pm
Free for open mic performers!

Sun May 13, 9:00 pm to 10:30 pm

Open mic with featured poet Beth Cheng. Hosted by Scott Kaestner.

Sign-up begins at 8:30pm

Free

Sun May 13, 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm

Experimental, improvisational, and other musics every 2nd Sunday from 6:30pm-9pm. Hosted by Steve Touchstone.

Free

Fri May 11, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

After School with Body Parts. Body Parts will premiere the new video for the song Doing Things and perform a special acoustic.

$5

Thu May 10, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

An evening focused on the art of the cello.The cello is most closely associated with European classical music, and has been described as the closest sounding instrument to the male human voice. Performances include selections from Bach and Vivaldi.

Performances by

$5

Sun May 6, 12:00 pm to 7:30 pm

Home Room Presents: the 1st annual RAWR daytime Music and BBQ Fiesta. Featuring performances by:

  • THE HUNTING ACCIDENT
  • SANGLORIANS
  • PETER PANTS
  • DERDE VERDE
  • PENNY DREADFUL
  • PITCH LIKE MASSES
  • MORGAN GEE
  • AWKWARD ANNIE
  • DAWN OF SEQUINS

  • Special Guests

$8, all ages - free hot dogs and churros, vegan/gluten free pastries while supplies last, so come early!

Party Photos by Even Keel Imagery

PICNIC BBQ STAGE set times TBA

ROCK SOCKS STAGE set times TBA

Sat May 5, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Music by:

$5, All Ages

Thu May 3, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

A monthly night of acoustic / electronic / experimental music, curated by Grant of Echo Curio

Performances by

$5

Wed May 2, 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm

An evening of workshops and games related to our feature exhibition
With speakers and workshops featuring:

FREE /
$5 suggested donation

Sun Apr 29, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Craft Night is a free form monthly get together for synergistic productivity! We'll be sewing, knitting, hot gluing things, painting, and basically whatever project you bring down to work on. Need help threading mom's sewing machine? Bring it. Do you have questions about your sewing or art/craft project? We'll give you two cents. Don't work in lonely destitution; meet your fellow craft sisters and brothers! Hosted by Amy of KSPC's The Garden Hour.

Free

Sat Apr 28, 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm
Fri Apr 27, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm
RACES
RACES

"At its core, there are plenty of sad songs and waltzes which have a melodic and lyrical directness befitting their origins as Ryff’s solo work. They flesh them out to swoon with dramatic grandeur and earthen rusticity behind Ryff’s plaintive words."

The Fancy
The Fancy (NYC)

"Piano and guitar provide the main propulsion, and the precise, nimble lines of Young and Cimini add real depth and richness. Plus when was the last time you heard a rock band where every song gave prominent roles to bassoon and viola?"

Psychic Friend
Psychic Friend

"Big orchestrated pop songs about [my] transitory life, depression, love, food service, and trying to function without a twitter account. Kind of like the Brill Building re-imagined, or Carole King via Serge Gainsbourg."

Claire Cronin
Claire Cronin w/ Ezra Buchla

Claire Cronin is an artist who makes songs, performances, poems, and visual work. She has done collaborative performances, experimental theatre pieces, and workshops at The Hammer Museum, LACE, the Experimental Meditation Center, Telic’s Public School, Public Fiction, and many other alternative art spaces across Los Angeles.

$5, All Ages

Facebook Event

Wed Apr 25, 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Dum Dum Zine presents Write/Shop.

Want to take a writing workshop, but can't dish out the 500 clams? Into experimental writing? Need a prompt to get started? Just plain tired of lonely writing nights? This workshop, which is the first of many in DUM DUM's "Tour of L.A." monthly workshop series, will take care of all those writerly ailments by bringing artists together, juicing them up with ideas, and collaborating. The workshop will also provide the opportunity for people to draw and craft as well, so long as it's related to or responding to the act of writing. The only requirement: bring a piece of your old work that you'd like to cut up and throw into the communal inspiration jar, and also bring any object that inspires you.

Free

Fri Apr 20, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

420 special!

Music by:

$5

Thu Apr 19, 8:30 pm to 10:30 pm

Comedy Cult hosted by Dave Sirus.

with stand-up comedy by

$5, BYOB
Open mic 8:30 pm-9:00 pm
Free for open mic performers!

Sat Apr 14, 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm

VOID

VOID: In the Nether Regions
opening reception, exhibiting work from
Steven Fiche & Adam Roth

Beginning April 14th we look at the work of Los Angeles illustrators Steven Fiche and Adam Roth, two highly skilled artists who gain influence from vintage source material and amplify it through their own experiential lenses to create unique, and often playful, works that delight the senses.

Steven Fiche is working with disintegrating the periodic table of the elements -- fusing particles with text books to create a mighty Space Beast.

Adam Roth explores the journey of a lone space traveler, who reveals his desperate descent into madness through the display of his own cosmic gallery.

Free

Fri Apr 13, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

KLMU presents:

Music by:

$5, All Ages

Thu Apr 12, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Acoustic music performed in a celestial environment

Performances by

$5

Wed Apr 11, 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm

Join the organizers of L.A. HandPrints for a workshop in silkscreening at Home Room Gallery. Come learn the art of silkscreening by printing an L.A. HandPrints design on a t-shirt. (A limited number of shirts will be up for grabs so we suggest that you bring your own!)

The L.A. HandPrints exhibition will be on display at Home Room Gallery through the month of April.

Hosted by graduate students of USC Annenberg School of Journalism.

acoustic performance by Ms. Culprit

$5

Sun Apr 8, 8:30 pm to 10:30 pm

Open mic with featured poet James Gautier. Hosted by Scott Kaestner.

Sign-up begins at 8:30pm

Free

Sun Apr 8, 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm

Experimental, improvisational, and other musics every 2nd Sunday from 6:30pm-9pm. Hosted by Steve Touchstone.

Free

Sat Apr 7, 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Join us on Saturday, April 7 as we celebrate the opening of L.A. HandPrints, an exhibition at Home Room Gallery featuring Los Angeles' printmaking artists.

Through this gallery show, we hope to determine how online and offline arts content impacts audience engagement. L.A. HandPrints is produced in conjunction with our virtual gallery which can be found at www.centerama.org/colab/printmaking. For up-to-date information about L.A. HandPrints, visit their website at lahandprints.org.

Music by

Prints will be on display at Home Room Gallery through the month of April. Hosted by graduate students of USC Annenberg School of Journalism.

Free before 10pm, $5 after 10pm

Fri Apr 6, 9:00 pm to 11:55 pm
Thu Apr 5, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

A monthly night of acoustic / electronic / experimental music, curated by Grant of Echo Curio

Performances by

$5

Fri Mar 30, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Dishes

by Michael Nhat

Dishes was originally made for a family member in Iowa and for my friends in Philadelphia. The former asked while I was visiting, "Why not stay here? What's in California?" and I didn't know how to explain what I wanted. When I lived in Philadelphia friends would ask, "So how's LA?" I drew a blank at first, and then as always answered with small talk about the weather. Moments like these were the initial influence that catapulted me toward documenting myself and my company.

Maybe I am proud of my lifestyle and the narcissist in me wants something to display that. I wish that friends who don't live in LA were here to experience it for themselves and not just my one-liners about the weather, but it's not that easy. So for the sake of non-LA friends, future friends, sisters, strangers that are foes, and for strangers that are nice and want to be friends, but are too intimidated, I hope this movie breaks some spells or enlightens. It may not be the most readable and comprehensive documentary, but at least others who share my sentiments have a new visual to share that gives people an idea of this Los Angeles community.

view the trailer here

view stills at www.michaelnhat.la

presented by Annie Hall Records

performing after the premiere:

$5 admission

$15 DVD

Sun Mar 25, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Craft Night is a free form monthly get together for synergistic productivity! We'll be sewing, knitting, hot gluing things, painting, and basically whatever project you bring down to work on. Need help threading mom's sewing machine? Bring it. Do you have questions about your sewing or art/craft project? We'll give you two cents. Don't work in lonely destitution; meet your fellow craft sisters and brothers! Hosted by Amy of KSPC's The Garden Hour.

Free

Sat Mar 24, 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Stellar Infinitum

Experience artists' imaginations running free in the expanse of infinite potentialities which lies beyond our atmosphere.

exhibition design by Walt Gorecki

with performances by

Free before 10pm
$5 after

Tue Mar 20, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm
Sun Mar 18, 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Quilt Stories

Quilt Stories is an interactive performance and temporary installation that is traveling across the country. Viewers are invited to visit Eliza Fernand inside of a tent quilted of reclaimed fabrics and share their stories and anecdotes about quilts. A collaborative quilt, pieced in a white circle, creates a space for people to gather and contribute their own stitches in this ritual of skill.

Storytelling, Socializing, Music, and Collaborative Quilting with performances by Eliza Fernand, Rhea Tepplim, and Gabriela Gonzalez! Don't miss your opportunity to be a part of this amazing project!

Fri Mar 16, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm
Thu Mar 15, 9:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Comedy Cult hosted by Dave Sirus.

with stand-up comedy by

  • Sofiya Alexandra
  • Asterios Kokkinos
  • Heather Turman
  • Raj Desai
  • Alex Mesrobian
  • +more!
  • + live music by Dicso Bunny

9pm $5
Open mic 9pm-9:30pm
Free for open mic performers!

Sun Mar 11, 8:00 pm to 10:30 pm

Open mic with featured poet Cindy Weinstein. Hosted by Scott Kaestner.

Sign-up begins at 8:30pm

Free

Sun Mar 11, 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm

Experimental, improvisational, and other musics every 2nd Sunday from 6:30pm-9pm. Hosted by Steve Touchstone.

Free

Sat Mar 10, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Music by

$5

Fri Mar 2, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm
Thu Mar 1, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

A monthly night of acoustic / electronic / experimental music, curated by Grant of Echo Curio

Performances by

$5

Sun Feb 26, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

A festival of local comedic and animated short films

With Films by

  • Emily Blong
  • Nicole Emmons
  • Eri Hawkins
  • Walt Gorecki
  • G. Melissa Graziano
  • Dina Noto
  • Dave Sirus
  • Joshua Smith
  • Sean Solomon
  • Mya Stark
  • Austin Wolf-Sothern
  • featuring a brand new animation with Sealab 2021's Dr. Quinn (w/original voice actor)!
  • Music by Big Bugs

$5
free popcorn!

Sun Feb 26, 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Craft Your Art is a free form monthly get together for synergistic productivity! We'll be sewing, knitting, hot gluing things, painting, and basically whatever project you bring down to work on. Need help threading mom's sewing machine? Bring it. Do you have questions about your sewing or art/craft project? We'll give you two cents. Don't work in lonely destitution; meet your fellow craft sisters and brothers! Live Dj's, hosted by Amy of KSPC's The Garden Hour.

Free

Sat Feb 25, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm
Fri Feb 24, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm
Thu Feb 23, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Comedy Cult hosted by Dave Sirus.

with stand-up comedy by

9pm $5
Open mic 9pm-9:30pm
Free for open mic performers!

Wed Feb 22, 8:30 pm to 10:30 pm

Bad-movie aficionados Kseniya Yarosh and Matt Carman, co-editors of the zine I Love Bad Movies present this special screening of the film that proves that a comedy doesn't need jokes as long as it features identical bodybuilders in ridiculous '90s fashions.

Watch as beefy twin "stars" the Barbarian Brothers protect bad seed 10-year-old twins from the mob, bankrupt a carnival, and physically assault people using playground equipment. (Warning: Barbarian Brothers' clothing accessories include Troll dolls, telephone cords for necklaces, bird nests for hats, and an overabundance of sheriff badges. May cause injury to eyes and/or brain.)

Featuring a trivia round with prizes, and a brief pseudo-scholarly presentation condensing the long history of "burly babysitter" movies into five minutes of fun facts and film stills.

Director: John Paragon. 93 min. 1994. DVD.

$5

Sat Feb 18, 8:00 pm to 11:30 pm

A curated collection of artists involved in the L.A. Zine Fest perform or display their works for a live audience! A mad blast of Comix, Zines, Video, and Performance brought to by the creators themselves!!! We've got a talking Zebra w/a Battleaxe tail, Bed Bug infestations, a breakdown of the classic piece of shit/E.T. rip-off movie Mac & Me, a day-glo story of a steroids dealer shot into space, excepts from the neu-classic Henry & Glen, Garfield psychedelia, and so much more!!!

Kick off the beginning of the L.A. Zine Fest w/us and see some of the best in comix and zines blow your mind!

featuring:

  • Chris Graybill (ZFA Works)- Zebratron's Popular Operators (video)
  • Robin Enrico - Life of Vice
  • Champoy - Discoral USA
  • Gabrielle Gamboa - Miss Lonelyhearts
  • Keenan Marshall Keller - Galactic Breakdown #1 a.k.a Space Battleground 666
  • I Love Bad Movies (Presented by Matt Carman, Co-Editor) - "A Pseudo-Scholarly Analysis of the E.T. rip-off Mac and Me"
  • Malachi Ward - Sweet Dreams & Top Ten
  • Mari Naomi - Sleep Deprived
  • Jed McGowan - Work and Play
  • Igloo Tornado - Henry & Glen Forever
  • Tom Neely - Garfield
  • Jen Tong
  • Bianca Barragan
  • Yumi Sakugawa - Mundane Fortunes For The Next Ten Billion Years
  • Levon Jihanian

2012 L.A. Zine Fest
Sunday Feb. 19th

Fri Feb 17, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Sonic Allegory Artwork

L.A. Zine Fest will be releasing their Guide to L.A. zine, which even the most knowledgeable Angeleno will appreciate. Who knows what secrets await you between the covers!? FREE with admission, while supplies last!

Ezra Buchla
Ezra Buchla

Wielding his viola, he creates layers of sound through improvised “acoustic-controlled synthesis”

Van Exel
Van Exel

Including former members of Bad Dudes and Howl, and members of Corima, Van Exel is a 6 piece band heavily influenced by Devo, the Velvet Underground and Black Flag.

Infinite Body
Infinite Body

"Yearning, thoughtful drone music" which "[evokes] the melodic dreamscapes of Fennesz or even M83" (Tom Breihan, Pitchfork)

$5, All Ages

Facebook Event

Tue Feb 14, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Love & Heartbreak

Romantic love drives us: it is the search for our missing half and the devotion we feel toward another self. On Valentine's Day we will perform an analysis of love and heartbreak through the studies of song, neuroscience, literature and personal experience. Couples and singles both welcome!

$5

Sun Feb 12, 8:00 pm to 10:30 pm

Open mic with featured poet Charles Claymore. Hosted by Scott Kaestner.

Doors at 8pm, reading begins at 8:30pm

Free

Sat Feb 11, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Cryptic shARTz

new work from Champoy Hate

Part interactive experiment and part celebration of the satirical nature of "comix." Champoy invites you to re-imagine art shows as a creative experience where the viewers can be more than just mere spectators of pictures hanging on a wall. What that means — you'll have to figure out.

Sat Feb 11, 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm

Experimental, improvisational, and other musics every 2nd Saturday from 6:30pm-9pm. Hosted by Steve Touchstone.

Free

Fri Feb 10, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm
Wed Feb 8, 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Join the organizers of L.A. Zine Fest 2012 and screen print your own shirt! Cost of admission includes instruction to print one L.A. Zine Fest design on fabric or paper (a limited number of shirts will be available but we encourage you to bring your own). Pick up a copy of the Guide to L.A. Zine in anticipation of the February 19th Zine Fest and enjoy music from -

$5

Fri Feb 3, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm
Thu Feb 2, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

A night of acoustic/electronic music, curated by Grant of Echo Curio

Performances by

$5

Sun Jan 29, 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Animated shorts from the public archive.

with live performances by

$5
free popcorn!

Sun Jan 29, 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Craft Your Art is a free form monthly get together for synergistic productivity! We'll be sewing, knitting, hot gluing things, painting, and basically whatever project you bring down to work on. Need help threading mom's sewing machine? Bring it. Do you have questions about your sewing or art/craft project? We'll give you two cents. Don't work in lonely destitution; meet your fellow craft sisters and brothers! Live Dj's from 9-11pm. Hosted by Amy of KSPC's The Garden Hour.

Free

Fri Jan 27, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Music by:

$5, All Ages

Thu Jan 26, 9:00 pm to 9:30 pm

Comedy Cult hosted by Dave Sirus.

with stand-up comedy by

  • Iliza Shlesinger
  • Rick Shapiro
  • Tiffany Baker
  • Marty Belafsky
  • Ed Galvez
  • Joseph Larkin
  • + live music by Cory Pearman of The Raging Peanuts

9pm $5
Open mic 9pm-9:30pm
Free for open mic performers!

Wed Jan 25, 9:00 pm to 11:00 pm
Sat Jan 21, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Fun girls is an art collective which encourages the direct support of female artists. We aim to build a community and give all types of artists the opportunity to show their craft, practice, and perform their work; where substance and creativity are valued over profit.

Our mission is to find connections between distances and share experiences.

Music By

$5

Fri Jan 20, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Epic and heavy rock music by:

POWERAXE
POWERAXE

Instrumental post-rock with a stoner metal bent; their compositions manipulate dynamics like a game of hide-and-seek with mountainous crescendos liable to melt anything nearby.

BACHSUNG
BACHSUNG

A three-piece rock band—drums, synth, & guitar—the music has been described as "sadistic drone encounters", though we might add: with a lady's touch.

DEaf
DEaf

A 2-piece synth punk band that help make cute kittens fear global warming

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$5

Thu Jan 19, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm
Sat Jan 14, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Amongst the Spirits a solo exhibition by ghost ghost teeth.

Featuring a live musical performance by Dreamdate.

Free

Sat Jan 14, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Experimental, improvisational, and other musics every 2nd Saturday from 6:30pm-9pm. Hosted by Steve Touchstone.

Free

Fri Jan 13, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

A night of math rock with performances by

Brady Miller & Ben Aigboboh
Brady Miller & Ben Aigboboh

A guitar and drums duo consisting of former members of Bad Dudes, Upsilon Acrux, and Howl.

Falsetto Teeth
Falsetto Teeth

"A carefully crafted, epic, ever-shifting melange that comes across like the brain-shredding soundtrack to a very weird, and distinctly dangerous, underground circus." -Sepiachord.com

Van Exel
Van Exel

Including former members of Bad Dudes and Howl, and members of Corima, Van Exel is a 6 piece band heavily influenced by Devo, the Velvet Underground and Black Flag.

In the Womb
In the Womb

Remember that one time you saw that sax-drum duo? You know, that one time? Featuring Dylan Fujioka, of Upsilon Acrux, on the drums.

$5

Thu Jan 12, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm
Wed Jan 11, 7:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Bike Smut is a collective festival of DIY bicycle themed erotic films, traveling around North America sharing some of that good ol', down and dirty bike love- in the many ways we all feel it! What's bike love to you?

If you haven't already cruised the list of linkage, 'tis highly recommended for a well rounded feel as to what it's all about. Bike Smut is an ardent admirer of that je ne sais quoi that makes the freedom of riding a bike, not dissimilar to the feel you get from riding yourself, so sexy! Whether it's the liberating feel you get from riding with the wind blowing past you, those sensuous curves and rigid lines that make-up the frame or you're obsessed with sniffing women's bicycle seats, chances are our festival will have something for you.

More info at BikeSmut.com

90 minute screenings at 7:00 pm and 10:00 pm

$8 per screening, ages 18 and up

Sun Jan 8, 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm

Open mic with a featured poet. Hosted by Scott Kaestner.

Doors at 8pm, reading begins at 8:30pm

Free

Sun Jan 8, 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

improv dance and music games

hosted by guitarist, Garth Herberg, of RACES

Free

Fri Jan 6, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm
Thu Jan 5, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

A night of acoustic/electronic music, curated by Grant of Echo Curio

Performances by

$5

Fri Dec 30, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Playtime Posse Presents:

$5

Thu Dec 29, 9:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Comedy Cult hosted by Dave Sirus.

with stand-up comedy by

  • Slow Children Crossing
  • Dave Sirus
  • Heather Turman
  • Taylor Clark
  • Josh Wade
  • Lucky Deluxe
  • Austin Wolf-Sothern
  • and more!

$5
2 for 1 before 9:30 pm

Fri Dec 23, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Music by

9pm $5

Wed Dec 21, 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Craft Your Art is a free form monthly get together for synergistic productivity! We'll be sewing, knitting, hot gluing things, painting, and basically whatever project you bring down to work on. Need help threading mom's sewing machine? Bring it. Do you have questions about your sewing or art/craft project? We'll give you two cents. Don't work in lonely destitution; meet your fellow craft sisters and brothers! Live Dj's from 9-11pm. Hosted by Amy.

Free

Sun Dec 18, 8:00 pm to 9:00 pm

ONLY FOR THE OPEN MINDED is hosting its 3rd Annual Secret Santa Mixtape Swap PARTY! It's Free for you! It's Free for me! $1 raffle prizes, donated by local artists and bands, and one lucky winner will receive an I Am T-Pain Microphone! All proceeds from the event will go towards helping Home Room curate amazing shows and events in 2012.

We'll have some holiday food, hot apple cider and of course, a dance party full of mix tape/cd tracks. Bring an old photo of your family to hang on our Family Tree!

TO PARTICIPATE IN THE MIXTAPE (OR CD) SWAP: Make a mix of absolutely anything you want someone to lovingly enjoy. Creative packaging of your mix is strongly encouraged and will be rewarded. Swapping begins promptly at 10pm (you won't know who your mix is for ahead of time) so please do arrive on time!

If you have any questions, please write to Rhea at rheagogo@gmail.com. Hope to see you there!!!!

Sun Dec 18, 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Join us for a special edition of Craft Your Art and an Origami workshop hosted by featured artist Isaac Takeuchi. Stumped for gift ideas? Origami works of art make great gifts, and also holiday decorations! Craft Your Art is a free form monthly get together for synergistic productivity! We'll be sewing, knitting, hot gluing things, painting, and basically whatever project you bring down to work on.

Free to attend
optional materials fees for origami workshop

Sat Dec 17, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Music by

9pm $5

Fri Dec 16, 7:00 pm to 11:30 pm

PLUSH

A playful journey through the world of soft sculpture and fabric media rooted in the history of toys. As popular culture and high arts culture coalesced in the 1960s dolls and fabric media became integrated into the fine arts movement, and recently we’ve seen a reemergence of craft in the world of fine arts. That very reemergence is a primary driving force in our curatorial practice which, combined with the whimsical nature of the work, is why we’ve chosen to highlight it here. The use of fabric dolls for children’s play dates back to the ancient Romans. Over time the idea of the children’s doll has become more complex, fulfilling a child’s need for self-expression through imaginary play. Join us as we explore that path through the lens of contemporary artists who are actively investigating the medium of plush and fabric. We exhibit their work in an immersive installation, transforming the gallery space into a plush environment and realizing the imaginary space that has for so long permeated the dreams of childhood.

featuring work by

  • Emily Blong
  • Eri Hawkins
  • Dave Horowitz
  • Tyler Miska
  • Aimee Montoya
  • Rosalyn Myles
  • Dina Noto
  • Bridgette Reed
  • Rhea Tepplim
  • Amy Wolkins
  • Gabriela Zamora

exhibition design by Walt Gorecki

On view December 16th – March 2nd
Featuring related programming such as performances, workshops, lectures, and screenings

Music by

free before 10pm
$5 after

Sun Dec 11, 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Open mic with a featured poet Don Kingfisher Campbell. Hosted by Scott Kaestner.

Doors at 8pm, reading begins at 8:30 pm

Free

Sat Dec 10, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Marimetry

Original aquatic, abstract and geometric lifeforms by origami artist Isaac Takeuchi

Isaac Takeuchi began his origami career at the tender age of 5. His parents purchased his first book on vacation in Hawaii. Although he has been folding off and on for years he decided to take his first leap into taking it beyond a hobby in 2011 when getting a vision that he needed to fold original work that was abstract and divorced from the figurative norms of traditional origami. His work is geometric and organic. Marimetry is about putting this work in a Marine context.

Live performances by

Sat Dec 10, 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm

Experimental, improvisational, and other musics every 2nd Saturday from 6:30 - 9:00 pm. Hosted by Steve Touchstone.

Free

Fri Dec 9, 7:00 pm to 11:30 pm

The Haunted Closing Reception

Music by

Art by

  • Paul Arden
  • Camille Bachand
  • Chelsea Bayouth
  • Jessica Dalva
  • Dirt Bike Studios
  • Nick Froehlich
  • Walt! Gorecki
  • Eri Hawkins
  • Joe Holliday
  • Elliot Jackson
  • Craig Miller
  • Christine Monohan
  • Allison Josephine Peck
  • Misha Poleshchuk
  • Chris Rexroad
  • Clark Walter

Free before 10pm
$5 after

Wed Dec 7, 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Pearls
Meagan Boyd

Pearls are formed when a microscopic object becomes trapped within a the shell of an oyster. Over time, the metamorphosis occurs in which this foreign, microscopic object becomes a gemstone of sorts. It is evidence that reveals the true nature of this creature. The work produced by Meagan Boyd are symbolic pearls of her spiritual existence. Divine messages are trapped within everyone. The art is the physical manifestation, the pearl you find when the shell has been cracked open.

live performances by

Free before 10pm, $5 after

Sun Dec 4, 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Haunted Film Screening

  • Carnival of Souls
  • Night of the Living Dead

with intermission music by

8pm doors, 8:30 films
$5 includes free popcorn!

Sat Dec 3, 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Gallery Girls present: Haunted Holidays

Drawing salon with costumed models with a Haunted Holiday theme with music by DJ Jason Savvy

$15
Photographers $65

Please NO Photography unless you are signed up as a photographer.

Fri Dec 2, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Playtime Posse Presents:

9pm, $5

Thu Dec 1, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

A night of acoustic/electronic music, scary stories, and spooky sounds. Curated by Grant of Echo Curio

Performances by

$5

Wed Nov 30, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Comedy Cult hosted by Dave Sirus.

with stand-up comedy by

  • Lizzy Cooperman
  • Geoff Brousseau
  • Ed Galvez
  • Brody Stevens
  • HS Outlaw
  • Asterios Kokkinos
  • Dave Sirus
  • musical performance by Matthew Teardrop

$5
2 for 1 before 9:30 pm

Sat Nov 26, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

A selection of short films by local filmmakers which complements our current exhibit: The Haunted.

Culminating in a feature length presentation of Dario Argento's Deep Red

A musician witnesses the murder of a famous psychic, and then teams up with a fiesty reporter to find the killer while evading attempts on their lives by the unseen killer bent on keeping a dark secret buried. (1975)

9pm $5

admission includes free popcorn while supplies last

Sat Nov 26, 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

A live presentation of Luna Vruom's Room a children's show to be produced on Channel 98 in Las Cruces, NM

In Luna Vroum's Room, Luna Vroum is a member of ILAB, the "Intergalactic League of Awesome Babysitters." She and her friends solve problems, learn, and have fun along with Luna's giant talking computer, Agata Nine. Other characters on the show include Tar Star, a clumsy sorceress-in-training, Sol Cantata, a fiery singer, Food Dude, who educates about nutrition, Tara Cinnamon, a nature-loving gardener, Tet Tet, a nay-saying floating head, and Ms. Magma, a wise rocker lady with attitude. Through humorous interactions, field trips, musical segments and instructional situations with these and other characters, the program focuses on developing conscious creativity, early learning skills, healthy habits and a general curiosity about the universe.

6pm $5

Free for 12 & under

Sat Nov 19, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Video premiere for Geoff Geis' Jeremy, animated by Walt! Gorecki

with music by

$5

Fri Nov 18, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm
Thu Nov 17, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm
Wed Nov 16, 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Craft Your Art is a free form monthly get together for synergistic productivity! We'll be sewing, knitting, hot gluing things, painting, and basically whatever project you bring down to work on. Need help threading mom's sewing machine? Bring it. Do you have questions about your sewing or art/craft project? We'll give you two cents. Don't work in lonely destitute; meet your fellow craft sisters and brothers! Live Dj's from 9-11pm. Hosted by Amy from the Urban Craft Center. If you have questions email amy@theurbancraftcenter.com

7pm Free

Sun Nov 13, 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Open mic with featured poet Marie Lecrivain. Hosted by Scott Kaestner.

Doors at 8pm, reading begins at 8:30 pm

Free

Sun Nov 13, 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Emerging artists congregate and draw. These sketches are then displayed and offered to the public at a low rate. If you like it - buy it. It's a win-win situation, you get rad art and an artist gets to live another day.

Hosted by Ghost Ghost Teeth.

Free

Sat Nov 12, 9:00 pm to 10:00 pm

Pearls
Meagan Boyd

Pearls are formed when a microscopic object becomes trapped within a the shell of an oyster. Over time, the metamorphosis occurs in which this foreign, microscopic object becomes a gemstone of sorts. It is evidence that reveals the true nature of this creature. The work produced by Meagan Boyd are symbolic pearls of her spiritual existence. Divine messages are trapped within everyone. The art is the physical manifestation, the pearl you find when the shell has been cracked open.

live performance by A Sending Service

9pm Free

Sat Nov 12, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Experimental, improvisational, and other musics every 2nd Saturday from 6pm-9pm. Hosted by Steve Touchstone.

Free

Fri Nov 11, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Music by

9pm, $5

Wed Nov 9, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm
Sat Nov 5, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

The Most Fun I've Ever Had With My Pants On Film Fundraiser

This event has been canceled.

Fri Nov 4, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Music by

9pm, $5

Wed Nov 2, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm
Fri Oct 28, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Comedy Cult hosted by Dave Sirus.

With Guests

  • Iliza Shlesinger
  • Heather Turman
  • Erikka Innes
  • Dave Sirus
  • Joe Fox
  • Robert Buscemi
  • Alli Breen
  • with musical guest IE

$5

2 for 1 before 9:30 pm

Thu Oct 27, 9:00 pm to 11:00 pm
Wed Oct 26, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Playtime Posse Presents:

9pm, $5

Sat Oct 22, 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm

GARB: Fashion Event produced by Briana Gonzales.

In the theme of 80s cult classic: LIQUID SKY.

with DJ AJ English

Showcasing designers: Maria Francesca Pepe, Ian Miyawaki, Johan Ku, Skingraft, Moon Spoon Saloon, & vintage from Raggedy Threads

Featuring a live interactive photoshoot featuring industry talents by make-up artist Barbara Yniguez, hair stylist Sienree Du, and wardorbe stylist Briana Gonzales

Live music by:

9pm $5

Fri Oct 21, 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm
  • Murder Mysteries presentation by Yelena Litvak, accompanied by Devon Clarke Geyer (Anymen)
  • Spooky drawing workshops by UCLA & Norton Simon Museum instructor Paul Arden
  • Needle Felting Monsters with Gaby Zamora of the Urban Craft Center
  • pumpkin carving workshops!
  • + a special performance by Umpire Brolesque

$5 admission includes use of drawing / felting materials & pumpkin carving tools

Wed Oct 19, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Music by

9pm $5

Sun Oct 16, 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm

Join your favorite artists every 3rd Sunday at Home Room as they work on one of a kind sketches priced for anyone to afford.

Hosted by Ghost Ghost Teeth.

6pm-10pm, Free

Fri Oct 14, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm
Sun Oct 9, 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm

Open mic with a featured poet. Hosted by Scott Kaestner.

Doors at 8pm, reading begins at 8:30pm

Free

Sat Oct 8, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Featuring new work by

Free

Sat Oct 8, 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Experimental, improvisational, and other musics every 2nd Saturday from 5pm-9pm. Hosted by Steve Touchstone.

Free

Thu Oct 6, 8:30 pm to 10:30 pm

== MUSIC, COMEDY, AND WEIRDNESS ==

Comedy @ 8:30pm

  • Rick Overton
  • David Feldman
  • Rick Shapiro
  • Duncan Trussell
  • Gabe Abelson
  • Heather Turman
  • Paul Cibis
  • Jesse Case
  • Dave Sirus

Music @ 10pm

Entire show is $5

2 for 1 Admission Before 9pm

Wed Oct 5, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Music by

9pm $5

Sun Oct 2, 8:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Public Archive Screening: Vincent Price Editon

8pm doors. First film 8:30pm. FREE

Fri Sep 30, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Includes the new Comedy Lightning Round, where anyone (ANYONE) can do 1 joke
Prize Giveaways

FREE - ALL AGES

Special surprise guest!

Comedians Include:

  • Eddie Pepitone
  • Ed Galvez
  • Lizzy Cooperman
  • Sammy Obeid
  • Rell Battle
  • Dave Sirus
  • Joseph Larkin
  • Brian Swinehart
  • Marty Belafsky
Thu Sep 29, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

A series of acoustic performances staged in our interactive installation: The Haunted

Music by

$5

Wed Sep 28, 9:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Playtime Posse Presents: Birthday Party Edition

Music by

9pm $5

Fri Sep 23, 7:00 pm to 11:30 pm

The Haunted Opening Reception

Music by

  • Nostalghia
  • Tes Elations
  • Jeni Hanivar
  • DJ sets by Blue Jungle

Art by

  • Paul Arden
  • Camille Bachand
  • Chelsea Bayouth
  • Jessica Dalva
  • Dirt Bike Studios
  • Nick Froehlich
  • Walt! Gorecki
  • Eri Hawkins
  • Joe Holliday
  • Elliot Jackson
  • Craig Miller
  • Christine Monohan
  • Allison Josephine Peck
  • Misha Poleshchuk
  • Chris Rexroad
  • Clark Walter

With a new mural installation by:

  • Ghost Ghost Teeth

catering by:

  • Go Bake Yourself