Sketch of the Museum of Capitalism. Courtesy of The Museum of Capitalism.

Satellite Museum of Capitalism

On the heels of its wildly successful inaugural debut in Oakland this summer, the Museum of Capitalism—an institution dedicated to educating this and future generations about the history, philosophy, and legacy of capitalism—appears at Headlands in an exhibition produced specifically for Project Space. Driven by collaborative team FICTLIS, the exhibition presents material evidence, art, and artifacts related to capitalism.
Installation by Headlands Affiliate Artist May Wilson. Photo by Andria Lo

Affiliate + Grad Fellows

The 2016–17 Affiliate Artists and Graduate Fellows present work made during their yearlong studio programs at Headlands.
San Francisco Bicycle Protest,1972. Courtesy of SFBC.

Studio for Urban Projects & Packard Jennings

In conjunction with the opening of The Commons, the Studio for Urban Projects hosts a “Pedal-In” to Headlands' campus featuring a series of talks focused on bicycling as a way of claiming public space from our city streets to our parklands. Modeled after the “Ins” (teach-ins, sit-ins, bike-ins) of the 1960’s and the political action they inspired, the day will connect the history of bicycling, the environmental movement, and social protest to contemporary action. Details and registration are on the Studio for Urban Projects website: studioforurbanprojects.org.
Emotional Arcade in Switzerland. Courtesy of Emotional Arcade.

Emotional Arcade

The Emotional Arcade is an introspective obstacle course where experiencers engage in competitive games using their emotions. The Arcade games measure feeling to create a liberating space for exploration. Because there should be at least one place on the planet where unrestrained expression is celebrated. And because it is fun.
In Search of the Truth. Courtesy of Cause Collective.

In Search of the Truth by Cause Collective

In Search of the Truth is an interactive project comprised of a touring, portable Truth Booth. Iconically shaped like a cartoon speech bubble, it houses a photo booth-like interior that compiles the public’s two-minute video responses as they finish the statement, “The truth is…”. Cause Collective’s members are Hank Willis Thomas, Ryan Alexiev, Jim Ricks, and Will Sylvester.
Portrait of David Ireland. Courtesy of The 500 Capp Street Foundation.

The 500 Capp Street Foundation

The 500 Capp Street Foundation hosts a “Dumbball-making” workshop modeled after a ubiquitous David Ireland sculptural series that the artist produced from 1976 and that encompasses Ireland’s philosophy of art making. Part art and part meditation, participants in the workshop are encouraged to be truly present in the process of tossing a wet lump of concrete back and forth as the material finds it own shape.
Miniature Community Design. Courtesy of Bay Area Discovery Museum.

Bay Area Discovery Museum

The Bay Area Discovery Museum hosts Miniature Community Design, an all-ages STEM based activity focused on architectural and landscape design. Consider scale, form, and function as you design and build miniature spaces to foster community.
Desire Trails hikers at Headlands, 2015. Photo by Andria Lo.

NatureBridge

Join NatureBridge, a nonprofit that fosters environmental literacy (and our neighbors!), on a short walk through the Marin Headlands and observe the inspiring surroundings that Headlands’ artists and visitors experience each day. This 45-minute walk will feature native plant identifications and historical facts about the buildings and lore associated with Fort Barry.
Parade Ground Games by Playwork. Photo by Andria Lo.

Parade Ground Games by Playworks

Get in the game with Playworks! Playworks Coaches will facilitate a variety of inclusive games for kids and adults in the Parade Ground. Playworks’ mission is to improve the health and wellbeing of children by increasing opportunities for physical activity and safe, meaningful play.