Headlands Center for the Arts (CA), Call for San Francisco Bay Area Applicants: Affiliate Artists Program 2018 – 2019

HeadlandsHeadlands Center for the Arts (CA), Call for San Francisco Bay Area Applicants: Affiliate Artists Program 2018 – 2019

Deadline: Application period for 2018 – 2019 program is February 20th–March 20th, 2018

The Affiliate Artists Program is an immersive studio practice program awarded to approximately 20 Bay Area artists, writers, and designers annually. Affiliates receive partially subsidized studio space, public presentation opportunities, one complimentary Mess Hall dinner a week, and discounts on public events. Affiliate Artists are active participants in Headlands’ local, national, and international creative community, which also includes Artists in Residence and Graduate Fellows. Headlands’ Artist Programs provide opportunities for research, experimentation, professional development, and peer-to-peer exchange—and ultimately aim to foster creative breakthroughs and new modes of working and thinking.

Artists selected for this program work primarily in visual arts, film/video, writing, social practices, architecture, and design. Studios are located in Fort Barry Building 960, an artist-rehabilitated, former military building with three levels and 20 studios in total.

Eligibility:

  • Artists living in the San Francisco Bay Area who will not be enrolled in an academic program at the time Affiliate Program takes place
  • Former Headlands’ Affiliates may not apply within two years (after three year term)
  • All other Alumni of Headlands’ Programs are eligible to apply for the Affiliate Program at any point

Application link and program details: http://www.headlands.org/program/affiliate/

About: Headlands Center for the Arts is a multidisciplinary, international arts center located just north of the Golden Gate Bridge in the Marin Headlands, a part of the Golden Gate National Parks. Artists programs at Headlands are designed to support artists, the creative process, and the development of new, important work. These programs provide opportunities for research, experimentation, professional development, and peer-to-peer exchange—and ultimately aim to foster creative breakthroughs and new modes of working and thinking.

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