Artists’ Television Access is celebrating 25 years of innovative work with a full day of local bands on Sunday, December 13th (11am-10pm, $10). Genre-wise, there’s a little of everything. I’m particularly interested in the 3pm-7pm block in the schedule below.
Artists’ Television Access was founded in 1984 by a group of young, radical artists and activists committed to using video, performance, art and education to progressing culture and community. Today, ATA continues to provide a community venue for independent and alternative artists in its Mission District storefront gallery. Over the past 25 years, ATA has presented thousands of film and video screenings, performances, gallery exhibitions and workshops.
Help us get ready for another 25 years and join us as we celebrate ATA’s 25th anniversary with a day full of live music, performances, installations, BBQ, and a raffle with great prizes!
Sunday’s schedule of events:
1pm – The Lambs
2pm – Jeremy Dalmas and Friends
3pm – Young Prisms
4pm – Bare Wires
5pm – Ash Reiter
6pm – Kacey Johansing
7pm – Jefre Cantu-Ledesma and Paul Clipson
8pm – Eats Tapes
9pm – Psychic Reality
10pm – Rank/Xerox