Coaxial is happy to announce that we have received a grant from the Los Angeles County Arts Commission Organizational Grant Program. This grant will allow Coaxial to continue our artist residency program and will provide much needed funding for artists during their residency. The Organizational Grant Program (OGP) provides Los Angeles
A book documenting the first three years of Coaxial is now available. With photos covering the gamut of residencies and performances. Over 50 full-color pages. With photos from Katie Stenberg, Eva Aguila, Dalton Blanco, Tony Ung, Estelle Srivijittakar, Suzy Poling, Jonnie Prey, Eric Zimmerman, and Sophia Nearhood. Book design and
Mark Hosler and WOBBLY / Jon Leidecker from Negativland will perform solo sets and a collaboration set live at Coaxial with special guest Everything Is Terrible! Presale tickets are now available! Scoop them up at Restless Nites Here Doors at 7pm Show starts promptly at 8pm
Coaxial joins Dirty Looks: On Location curatorial committee. A month-long film and performance festival in queer spaces every day in July.
Dirty Looks: On Location July 1 – 31, 2018 Los Angeles Dirty Looks, a non-profit platform for queer film, video and performance, will bring to Los Angeles a sweeping, month-long film and performance festival in queer spaces every day in July. On Location heralds from New York, where the
This time of year is always time for reflection and planning. One thing that is always lingering over our heads is how we am going to come up with ways to raise money for Coaxial to stay open for another year. Instead of crowdfunding we are trying a new
Coaxial Arts Foundation is thrilled to announce we have launched a Patreon to help our members give to Coaxial in a sustainable, monthly way. We’ve separated out tiers of giving and for $25 a month you can get into every Coaxial event (excluding private rentals) for free! https://www.patreon.com/coaxialarts
COAXIAL ARTS FOUNDATION welcomes award winning video artist and pioneer, Denise Gallant. This multimedia lecture and synth demonstration will represent 45 years of video effects by Denise, continually using the Synopsis Video Synthesizer, an early analog synth, designed by Rob Schafer and built by Denise Gallant. Moderated by Sharsten Plenge