Summer Open House
Open House provides a once-a-season opportunity to roam the various buildings of our campus, meet current artists, view works in progress, and attend screenings, performances, and readings. See what Artists in Residence, Affiliate Artists, and Graduate Fellows are up to in their studios, and stop by the summer Project Space installations by Rodney Ewing and Kori Newkirk.
Enjoy a housemade lunch in the Mess Hall Café—Members at the Inspire ($250) level and above receive complimentary lunch for two! Not a member yet? Join today.
Parking is limited! If you can, we encourage you to carpool, bike, or take the bus.
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Schedule of Events
12:00–1:45PM | Building 944, 2nd Floor, Rodeo Room
Sholeh Asgary (Affiliate ’19–20), Eric Dyer (Artist in Residence ’19) and Connie Zheng (Graduate Fellow ’19–20)
1:00–1:50PM | Building 944, 2nd Floor, Eastwing
Nishant Batsha (AFF ’19–20), Violeta Gil (AIR ’19), Mary O’Brien (AFF ’17–19) and Hazel White (AFF ’19–20) read 10-minute selections.
2:15–2:45PM | Building 944, 2nd Floor, Rodeo Room
Siddharta Perez (AIR ’19) presents An ongoing register of art in peace and rehabilitation version 1: Headlands Center For the Arts – Military Histories.
3:00–3:50PM | Building 944, 2nd Floor, Eastwing
Juliana Delgado Lopera (AIR ’19), Ploi Pirapokin (AFF ’17–19), Shelley Wong (AFF ’19–20) and Connie Zheng (GF ’19–20) read 10-minute selections.
12:00–4:30PM | Building 944, 2nd Floor, Officer’s Club | Point Bonita YMCA All Ages Art Lab
Bring your kiddos and engage in a hands-on art activity in the Officer’s Club, hosted by our park partner friends at the Point Bonita YMCA. Grab a Headlands Bingo & Tally activity card and find items on the list to earn a special prize.
1:00–4:00PM | Building 961
jackie sumell (AIR ’19) opens her studio to various collaborations and projects with and by other Headlands artists, including Alien Apothecary, a project with Spencer Faust (HCA Intern ’19) that explores value while challenging the language attached to native vs. migrate identity; a participatory welcoming performance by Jamal Harewood (AIR ’19); and a pop-up book release by painter Chasen Wolcott (Tournesol Awardee ’18–19).
Daylight hours | Batteries Mendell, Wallace, and Smith-Guthrie in the Marin Headlands
Edge of See: Twilight Engines
Visible through an augmented reality app for iOS, site-specific, virtual light sculptures by Vishal K. Dar (AIR ’17) explore scale, motion, and time. Download the app in advance, and pick up a map at Building 944.
Photo: Andria Lo