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As a fixture in the Arts District since 1998, we have evolved our mission to showcase and support emerging artists through any situation.

With this crisis, we have moved our programming online to evolve with the needs of our community. Home Share brings the arts to you through a monthly Zoom variety show. This LIVE, hour-long performance will feature innovative dancers, spoken word artists, musicians, and more! To check out Home Share highlights, watch the YouTube video below! As always, check out our YouTube channel for past performances.

On Wednesday, October 28th, we will be featuring the talents of Jasmine Lin and Kyoko Takenaka performing their piece cavern.

Show starts at 7:00PM and ends at 8:30PM.

Admission is FREE but a suggested donation is highly encouraged!

Click HERE to RSVP for the virtual show.

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Biography for Jasmine Lin and Kyoko Takenaka

Jas + Kyoko are non-binary polydisciplinary performance artists who share a tender friendship and synergetic artistic practices incorporating butoh, healing modalities, and experimental filmmaking. Jas Lin is a choreographer and movement facilitator committed to the life-long process of un-learning and un-teaching oppressive, Othering, and superficial ways of moving, being, sensing, and knowing. Kyoko Takenaka is an actor and guitarist/singer-songwriter of the queer multicontinental afro-asia band, ‘Wastewomxn’, channeling diasporic experience and liberation through their work. Together, they have presented live performances, films, and workshops at spaces such as Highways Performance Space (Asian America: The Future Is Now), Sabbatical Studio, Spotlight Gallery (Rest as a Form of Protest), and the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival (Ballad of a Blood Moon). Play is a central element in their creative process, interwoven with themes of ritual, growth, impermanence, and the in-between.

Synopsis for cavern


Enter the cavern of mystical delights, a Container for two shapeshifting cave dwellers tangled in non-linear cycles of death and re-birth, fantasy and transience. Embark on a naked journey of peeling, healing, and becoming through original music, butoh, and performance art on this week of All Hallow’s Eve. What histories, memories, imaginations, and futures are embodied through ceremony?