Golden Hour featuring Omai Tran, Ernest Strauhal, Andrew cs and Jade Sayson

Golden Hour featuring Omai Tran, Ernest Strauhal, Andrew cs and Jade Sayson

fri29sep5:00 pmfri8:00 pmGolden Hour featuring Omai Tran, Ernest Strauhal, Andrew cs and Jade SaysonFREE ADMISSION | RSVP BELOW


(Friday) 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm


Epiphany Center For The Arts: Epiphany Hall

201 S Ashland Ave, Chicago, IL 60607


Must be 21+

Event Details

Join us in the Cafe/Bar Wednesday thru Saturday starting at 5 PM - 8PM

Golden Hour at Epiphany Center for the Arts is accentuated by free live music with food and drink specials, and, good friends… creating a magical aura that will help you, our valued patron, wind down or up your day!

Live Music from Omai Tran, Ernest Strauhal, Andrew cs and Jade Sayson 5 PM - 8 PM (FREE ADMISSION)

Golden Hour Specials

- $4 craft beer

- ½ priced bottle of wine

- Delicious 2 for 1 lite bites

Golden Hour specials end at 8 PM but live music continues until 10 PM/10:30PM in the The Sanctuary 

(Check calendar for upcoming performances)

Ernest Strauhal 許志仁 (b. 2000, San Francisco) works in sound, video, and printmedia.  Influenced by environments both real and imaginary, his studio practice incorporates landscape, gesture, and chance.  

Strauhal’s automatic drawings, sound works, and video artworks are all tied together through an intense focus on meditation and the interplay between concentration and dissociation.  His sound works and video artworks are made through gathering datasets of pictures and recordings and are manipulated using digital audio processing along with generative adversarial networks to create enveloping visual and sonic environments. 

Jade Sayson is a sound and visual artist living in Chicago. For her, music-making and drawing are safe spheres for processing, meditating and worldmaking. She also curates mixes on her monthly show with Beloved Radio.

Andrew CS is a many media artist from the american midwest weaving worlds within human technologies, memory, and biology. Their music has been published by Leaving Records (LA) and Cached Media (denver). They also publish open-source music software as part of the lines community (

Omai Tran views her sounds as a cinematic experience, creating soundtracks for scenes of the imagination. These are sonic atmospheres with non-concrete narratives. Her compositions encourage the listener to escape into their own worlds, creating a space for sound to interact with personal experiences and emotions.


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