RECEIVES • TRANSFORMS • TRANSMITS

The name Antenna was chosen because we create events, objects and ideas that foster an active collaboration with our audience and the world; productions that act like an Antenna, that is: Receive input, Transform it, and Transmit it back.

Antenna – receives, transforms, transmits.

Antenna was founded in 1980 by Artistic Director Chris Hardman.

Pandemonium, a spring-themed production by Chris Hardman, was nighttime outdoor theater adventure in the forests and meadows of the Marin Headlands. The show is an homage to Pan and the metaphysics of Springtime and a send-up of the spring wedding season. The production featured audience members in headphones walking through the woods to encounter 35-foot puppets, masked actors, and site-specific lighting effects.Pandemonium, a spring-themed production by Chris Hardman, was nighttime outdoor theater adventure in the forests and meadows of the Marin Headlands. The show is an homage to Pan and the metaphysics of Springtime and a send-up of the spring wedding season. The production featured audience members in headphones walking through the woods to encounter 35-foot puppets, masked actors, and site-specific lighting effects-greyscale.
Pandemonium, a spring-themed production by Chris Hardman, was nighttime outdoor theater adventure in the forests and meadows of the Marin Headlands. The show is an homage to Pan and the metaphysics of Springtime and a send-up of the spring wedding season. The production featured audience members in headphones walking through the woods to encounter 35-foot puppets, masked actors, and site-specific lighting effects.Pandemonium, a spring-themed production by Chris Hardman, was nighttime outdoor theater adventure in the forests and meadows of the Marin Headlands. The show is an homage to Pan and the metaphysics of Springtime and a send-up of the spring wedding season. The production featured audience members in headphones walking through the woods to encounter 35-foot puppets, masked actors, and site-specific lighting effects-greyscale.
Pandemonium, a spring-themed production by Chris Hardman, was nighttime outdoor theater adventure in the forests and meadows of the Marin Headlands. The show is an homage to Pan and the metaphysics of Springtime and a send-up of the spring wedding season. The production featured audience members in headphones walking through the woods to encounter 35-foot puppets, masked actors, and site-specific lighting effects.Pandemonium, a spring-themed production by Chris Hardman, was nighttime outdoor theater adventure in the forests and meadows of the Marin Headlands. The show is an homage to Pan and the metaphysics of Springtime and a send-up of the spring wedding season. The production featured audience members in headphones walking through the woods to encounter 35-foot puppets, masked actors, and site-specific lighting effects-greyscale.
Skin & Bones/Flesh & Blood is a site-specific theater performance at a major recycling center which examines physical, political, and metaphysical borders and their impact on the “common citizen.” The production features a bilingual collage of the voices of Marin County residents broadcast to audients through localized FM radio transmission.Skin & Bones/Flesh & Blood is a site-specific theater performance at a major recycling center which examines physical, political, and metaphysical borders and their impact on the “common citizen.” The production features a bilingual collage of the voices of Marin County residents broadcast to audients through localized FM radio transmission-greyscale.
Skin & Bones/Flesh & Blood is a site-specific theater performance at a major recycling center which examines physical, political, and metaphysical borders and their impact on the “common citizen.” The production features a bilingual collage of the voices of Marin County residents broadcast to audients through localized FM radio transmission.Skin & Bones/Flesh & Blood is a site-specific theater performance at a major recycling center which examines physical, political, and metaphysical borders and their impact on the “common citizen.” The production features a bilingual collage of the voices of Marin County residents broadcast to audients through localized FM radio transmission-greyscale.
Forget about traditional calendars… it’s time to reconnect with the natural world!
Chris Hardman’s revolutionary ECOlogical Calendar – like nature itself – marks time by the seasonal changes in life on Earth – from winter snows to spring flowers, from summer sun to autumn leaves.
Now in its ninth edition, the ECOlogical Calendar will transform your concept of time while providing a daily reminder of our responsibility to safeguard our amazing corner of the cosmos. Designed for use in the Northern Hemisphere, it presents a host of details about our natural world.Forget about traditional calendars… it’s time to reconnect with the natural world!
Chris Hardman’s revolutionary ECOlogical Calendar – like nature itself – marks time by the seasonal changes in life on Earth – from winter snows to spring flowers, from summer sun to autumn leaves.
Now in its ninth edition, the ECOlogical Calendar will transform your concept of time while providing a daily reminder of our responsibility to safeguard our amazing corner of the cosmos. Designed for use in the Northern Hemisphere, it presents a host of details about our natural world-greyscale.
From Transforming Art by Chris Hardman, Reflected Symmetry is two mirrors set at 90 degrees with sculpted wooded, painted pieces placed between them.One-quarter of the image is real and three-quarters is not, only reflection.From Transforming Art by Chris Hardman, Reflected Symmetry is two mirrors set at 90 degrees with sculpted wooded, painted pieces placed between them.One-quarter of the image is real and three-quarters is not, only reflection-greyscale.
Infinity Mirrors, from Transforming Art by Chris Hardman, places sculpted figures between two mirrors, one a two-way mirror, another one-way.  The two mirrors, facing one another, set up an infinite reflection of objects between them.Infinity Mirrors, from Transforming Art by Chris Hardman, places sculpted figures between two mirrors, one a two-way mirror, another one-way.  The two mirrors, facing one another, set up an infinite reflection of objects between them-greyscale.
From Transforming Art by Chris Hardman, Reflected Symmetry is two mirrors set at 90 degrees with sculpted wooded, painted pieces placed between them.One-quarter of the image is real and three-quarters is not, only reflection.From Transforming Art by Chris Hardman, Reflected Symmetry is two mirrors set at 90 degrees with sculpted wooded, painted pieces placed between them.One-quarter of the image is real and three-quarters is not, only reflection-greyscale.
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