Are you the next… Artist in Residence at Epiphany Space? If you could use the space one night a month for three months, what wouldn’t you do with it? Currently seeking visionary go-getters who need a place to host their thing. All you have to […]
We have some fun artsy playdates planned for the coming weeks! coming in january/february: SUNDAY 1/24 | 7pm STORY NERDS Table Read Series with Rice Omary Nerd out with artist in residence Rice Omary’s monthly table reads. SUNDAY 1/28 | 7pm FAN Film Discussion with […]
We are delighted to announce the release of O, Come – an acoustic Christmas collection of five songs from Epiphany staff member and music community leader, Cortney Matz. In addition to the beauty and drama of the songs – both originals and old favorites – we are very excited about this EP. Because it was recorded here!
In a display of yet one more way to utilize Epiphany Space – specifically Hartsock House, our gallery and event space next to the coworking space – Cortney turned the east gallery into a recording studio, hiring a sound engineer who set up microphones and ProTools. She recorded all five songs live, playing and singing along as traffic whizzed past the window. You can learn more about the EP at cortneymatz.com
We are delighted to offer Hartsock House as a recording location for bands, ensembles, and music producers. Reach out through the space rental page for a rate based on the days and hours needed for setup, recording and striking.
Hartsock House is a hundred-year-old building just around the corner from all that Hollywood Boulevard has to offer. It holds a variety of recording situations, including a kitchen, stairwell, several closets, two hallways, and two bathrooms. All rooms have hardwood floors.
To get an idea of what the room sounds like, check out this song from O, Come.
For musicians in need of an engineer, we highly recommend Noel Molenda, who recorded O, Come.
Got a friend who’s ready to record their next single, EP, full record, or live house show? Send them the link to this post.
FAN Thriller/Comedy Nights in Summer Written by Bren Smith Film Appreciation Night (FAN) at Epiphany Space is a time to relax, review and discuss a movie we love. As our resident script analyst, I do some research, bring insights (potentially) to the discussion, and at […]
Writer Havilah Giannetta and visual artist Lauretta Coumarbatch, M.D., have been selected as the 2017 Artists in Residence at Epiphany Space to complete development on two projects: The Gospel According to Hobbs, Havilah’s memoir, and the Norah series exhibition of paintings depicting Lauretta’s mother. Havilah […]
Monday night, November 7, we celebrated music and collaborative creativity in the Epiphany Space courtyard – under the moon. Hosted by Cortney Matz and featuring special guest Ricky Berger, the night was delicious… and just the teensiest bit too cold.
What began as an experimental summer gathering became a monthly event highlighting local artists and new music, flavored with the camaraderie and mutual encouragement that characterize Epiphany Space.
As we look forward to the holidays and the cooler months, Moonlight Music Mondays will go on hiatus for a while. But practice up, because we’ll be back soon!
The boxes have been packed, the paint has been painted, the furniture has been assembled, and all the things we love about Epiphany Space have migrated to 1763 N. Gower Street. The only thing missing is YOU. Join us Monday, March 16 for an open […]
Whether you are new to Epiphany Space or you work here every day, you are warmly welcomed to join us for this exciting documentary from Darren Wilson. The director of Finger of God, Father of Lights, and Furious Love challenged himself to make a film dependent on […]