In The Fold :: Virtual Fundraiser

Join us, from the comfort of your home or office, for a virtual fundraising event in celebration of 15 years of Antenna’s programming. Although we cannot gather safely in-person for our annual fundraiser, In the Fold, we are thrilled to invite you to participate in our week-long online event highlighting Antenna’s programs and how we got here, and where we can go with your support. We are so excited to share this event with you. Check out the daily content themes for the week below. Stay tuned to our social media and emails for more details!

November 16th, 2020

The Antenna Gallery and The Reading Room Gallery
12:30 Lets Talk About Zines As Self Care with Suzy González 
(view the recorded talk here)
Meet The Antenna Collective 
5:30 Sabine McCalla and Friends live from the Antenna Gallery! (view the recorded performance! )

November 17th, 2020

15 years of Antenna, a look through our history
Draw-A-Thon! Antenna’s longest standing program
5:30 Mini Draw-A-Tron 3000 LIVE! (watch the recorded video!)

November 18th, 2020

Paper Machine: Printing, Publishing, Residency
Press Street Press Publication Highlights
The Artist Book Collection (FB Live)
5:45 Queer Heritage as an Act of Protest with Ryan Leitner, in conversation with Jessica Peterson (join the event here)

November 19th, 2020

Antenna::Signals | RM220 | Multimedia programming
Streaming from the Antenna::Signals Archive
RM220 Online Journal Highlights
Antenna::Signals::Subsidence Digital Release
Chat with former Antenna::Signals Curator Nic Brierre Aziz 
(Watch the talk here.)

November 20th, 2020

Antenna’s New Interim Executive Director
Team Antenna reflects on the past 15 years and looks to the future
6:00 People Museum shares a special In the Fold recording (FB Live)


Check out all our videos of this event below:

“Let’s Talk About Zines and Self Care” with Suzy González

Sabine & Friends Live

Draw-A-Thon – MaPo Kinnord Black Hole Drawing Room

mini Draw-A-Tron 3000 Live!

A Tour of Paper Machine!

Queer Heritage as an Act of Protest with Ryan Leitner

Conversation with Nic Aziz