~~In light of the recent roll-back of reopening recommendations from the State, and the rapid increase in cases of COVID-19, we’ve made the decision to cancel screenings of Jeffrey Gibson’s Nothing is Eternal, along with all in-person events through January 15. We’re truly sorry to have to cancel, but feel it’s necessary for the health and safety of our staff, Artists, and visitors.~~
~~You can view the video online at Wattis.org through December 12.~~
A meditative piece on the nature and status of American society, the 18-minute video presents our current dynamic and precarious national moment as a series of tensions occurring across time, space, and identity. The video will be projected in the Commons on the outside wall of Headlands Center for the Arts’ main building, Building 944.
Following current Marin County health guidelines, viewers may sign up to view the video in single groups of up to 12 visitors. All attendees in a single group must comprise part or all of a single “social bubble.”
Visitors must pre-register for a single 25-minute slot for viewing and must wear a face covering while on Headlands’ campus.
All guests should be listed by name in advance of attendance. Each guest must certify that on the scheduled day of attendance they:
- share a social bubble with their reservation group. Please see this link for more on social bubbles (part 6).
- do not have symptoms COVID-19 (fever, chills, body aches, and others as described by the CDC)
- have not been diagnosed with COVID and not yet been released from isolation OR within 14 days been in contact with someone known to have COVID
We will update these guidelines as health and safety guidelines change.
Image: Jeffrey Gibson, Nothing Is Eternal, 2020; Courtesy of the artist, Sikkema & Jenkins Co, Kavi Gupta Gallery, and Roberts Projects.