Chris Hardman, Creator and Founder
In celebration of the millennium’s turn, artist and playwright Chris Hardman created the AllTime project in 2000, an investigation into the true scope of time. Hardman initiated the ECOlogical Calendar the following year after recognizing the limitations of the traditional Gregorian calendar. Chris Hardman founded Antenna Theater in 1980 to experiment with the essential dynamics of sound, sculpture, and live performance. He is best known for his experimental use of portable audio technology, and his work has been acclaimed by critics in the United States and many other countries. Antenna is located at Fort Cronkhite in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, a national park located in San Francisco, Marin, and San Mateo counties. Antenna Audio, also founded by Hardman and sold in 1998, produces audio-guided tours for museum exhibitions and historic sites worldwide. Antenna Theater continues to produce audio tours for the Golden Gate National Recreation Area as a Partner in the Park.
To find out more about Chris Hardman and Antenna Theater, visit antenna-theater.org.
Annette Rose, Antenna Theater Managing Director
Annette Rose is the Managing Director of Antenna Theater. She also serves as the President of the Sausalito Foundation, President of the Marin County Civic Center Frank Lloyd Wright Conservancy and a member of the Marin County Cultural and Visitor Services Commission. Annette is a former Mayor of Sausalito and member of the Marin County Board of Supervisors. She also consults on waterfront and affordable housing projects.
Gabriel DeRita, Magic Bus Marketing Manager
Gabriel DeRita is a graduate of Bard College in New York, and moved his heart to San Francisco after buying a bicycle and leaving winter behind forever. He specializes in balancing many moving parts and spreading the word about Magic Bus to all corners of the globe. Gabe is passionate about helping visitors and locals experience the best San Francisco has to offer, especially the rich psychedelic history showcased by Magic Bus!
For more information on taking a trip or planning a unique experience for your group, visit magicbussf.com.
Chris Hardman draws each calendar by hand but is assisted in the scanning, coloring and research by Antenna interns. Our thanks go to Kali Basman, Jesse Berger, Barbara Byers, Gladys Girabantu, Julia Huxtable, and Kelly Johnson for their work on the 2013 ECOlogical Calendar.
Job Opening: App Programmer
We are looking to partner with a software programmer who can take the digital photoshop art from the printed calendar and transform it into an app for Apple and Android mobile devices and other digital media.
This is an ongoing project that will change and improve over the years. We are looking for a creative and dedicated partner who will want to work on the digital possibilities of the ECOlogical Calendar over time. This partner will develop the app for a 50% share of all subscriptions sold.
Ideal candidates will have an interest in ecology, a passion for innovation, and preferably live in the San Francisco Bay Area.
For more information and to apply, contact Chris Hardman, 415.332.8867 or email@example.com.
The Antenna Internship offers experience in both the arts and the environment. Interns have effective writing and clear communication skills, plus proficiency in standard computer software. For more information about the Antenna Internship program, visit www.antenna-theater.org/Internship. We welcome applications throughout the year. Please contact Annette Rose for more information.
The Antenna Theater and the ECOlogical Calendar have many projects for volunteers. For more information, please contact Annette Rose for more information in how you can get involved in Sausalito or around the world.
Pomegranate Communications, Inc. publishes the ECOlogical Calendar in all of its iterations and additional ECOlogical products including a jigsaw puzzle, The Natural Year Knowledge Cards, and seasonal notecard sets.
Our thanks go to Rachel Anderson, Patrice Morris, and Oky Sulistio for their work on the 2013 ECOlogical Calendar.