Join us for Listening Party with Jack Black, Tanya Haden, and Shana Lutker, hosted by George and Judy Penner at their beautiful mid-century modern home in Pasadena. Ticket price includes food and drinks in an intimate setting with sound and music shared by artists for your listening pleasure. Proceeds benefit SASSAS and the sound. concert series.


Jack Black

Jack Black is an old school entertainer from the golden age of Hollywood. He dribbles and dabbles in various modes of artistic expression…but his true passion has always been two turn tables and a microphone…At his core he is a simple DJ sharing the emotional landscapes of his life thru a tapestry of sound.

The Haden Triplets (Tanya Haden at left)

As a visual artist and a performer Tanya Haden has exhibited widely at Rosamund Felsen Gallery in Santa Monica, Las Cienegas Projects in Los Angeles, Angtrom Gallery in Los Angeles and with Janet Levy Projects in New Orleans, Louisiana.  Haden has performed with artists Mike Kelley and Marnie Weber, including vocal and cello performances for Weber’s band, Spirit Girls. She also performs with her sisters, Rachel and Petra in The Haden Triplets and has contributed to several book publication/exhibition projects curated by Steven Hull, including Ab Ovo, Nothing Moments Project, and Song Poems.

Shana Lutker

Shana Lutker is a  Los Angeles-based artist. Recent exhibitions and performances include Shana Lutker: Le “NEW” Monocle, Chapter 1–3 at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Scenes from Chapter Four at 18th St Arts Center, The Sleeping Poet and the Jongleuse performance presented by LAXART at TAIX, a solo project at the Pérez Art Museum Miami, and solo exhibitions at Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects; Barbara Seiler Galerie, Zürich; and Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm. Lutker’s work was included in the 2014 Whitney Biennial, Performa 13 and many US and international venues including the Cabaret Voltaire, SculptureCenter, Hauser & Wirth, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, and Orange County Museum of Art. Her work has been covered in Art in America, ArtforumArtilleryBlouin ArtInfo,Frieze, HyperallergicLos Angeles Times, and The New York Times, among others. She is an editor of X-TRA, and received her MFA from UCLA.

Listening Party Supports SASSAS

Proceeds benefit SASSAS and the sound. concert series.