Saturday, August 12 at 8 PM

Doors 7:30 pm; $5 admission.

KATE CRASH hosts an evening of evening of the surreal, raw,  poetic and volatile.


A retrospective of short films by: Writer/ Director/ Composer Kate Crash & Cinematographer/ Editor Jeff Toye

Plush (Our Broken Bodies Painting the Earth)

Role Reverso

Messiah of Dogs

The Lost Suicide Ballads of Honey & Thunder

Theater of Dreams (i thought this is what you wanted)  by Vertical Blanking (Michael J. Masucci and Kim McKillip) was a critically acclaimed video art/music/performance art duo, active from 1986-1991. They created what were among the first desktop videos and produced multi-media events and art experiences. They were core members of LA’s seminal video art community- EZTV.

Premiere of Joey Halters’ self obsessive memorialization in hallucinatory interpretation of the digital age via comedic short film.

A psychedelic, surreal, abstract short premier by musician/visual Artist Tom Zarzecki.

& live performance by the Bedroom Witch who lyrically chants spells alluding to an inevitable apocalypse while embodying the creative exhaustion of isolation.

Kate Crash is a Los Angeles-based songwriter, producer, filmmaker, entertainer, writer and multimedia artist.   Her work has shown at the Getty’s PST, the Armory Center for the Arts, Barnsdall Art Gallery and more.  Her video album  “To You, Never Again”, was released in June of 2017.  Crash is currently writing a TV show with director Catherine Hardwicke (Twilight, 13, Lords of Dogtown); developing a multimedia art show with Michael J. Masucci; and writing/producing for the band Oh My My! for her new label with Ethan Kaufmann called “Join My Cult! Records”.

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