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Summer 2016 Open House at Headlands Art Center | Marin

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Sunday, July 17, 2016 - 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm | Cost: FREE
Headlands Center for the Arts | 944 Simmonds Rd, Sausalito, California

Event Details

The Headlands Center for the Arts invites you to experience their artist spaces and galleries at the Summer Open House 2016 from noon to 5 pm on Sunday, July 17, 2016.

Roam the various buildings of the campus, engage with artists in their studios, experience new work and works in progress, see performances, hear readings, and stay for a homemade lunch (for purchase) in the Mess Hall.

2016 Schedule Of Events

  •  1–1:20 pm, 4–4:20 pm, And 2:30–2:50 pm Building 945, Studio 5: PerformanceAki Onda (AIR ’16) presentes “Space Sound Study,” a performance that explores the interstitial spaces between live sound and visual art by utilizing daily objects (buckets, flashlights, bells) and analogue equipment (tape recorders, radios).
  • 1–1:30 pm Building 944, Rodeo Room Performance / TalkPlant Family is an iterative, experimental essay project by Nicole Lavelle (GF ’16): The works in this project align fragments of collective California cultural histories with threads of personal narrative. Meditations on my mother’s recent death sit alongside historic images of Bay Area flower growers. Instructions on the care of miniature roses segue into the story of the Grateful Dead’s reunion tour. I am exploring the contemporary climate of San Francisco through an index of its cultural pasts. I am understanding my own grief by construction a place for it.
  • 1:15–1:45 pm & 2:45–3:15 pm Building 952, The Gym: Performance Work In ProgressLars Jan (AIR ’16) and collaborator Mia Barron will perform.
  • 1:40–2:10 pm Reading, Building 944, EastwingLucy Ives (AIR ’16) and Marco Lean (AFF ’15–17) will each read 10-minute selections from recent work.
  • 2:30–3 pm Reading, Building 944, Rodeo RoomGreg Youmans (AIR ’16) will read selections from recent work.
  • 3:10–3:50 pm Reading, Building 944, EastwingKate Folk (AFF ’16–17), Susan Gevirtz (AFF ’16–17), and Lynette Wanzer (AFF ’15–17) will each read 10-minute selections from recent work.Ongoing Events
  • 12–4:30 pm Hands-On Activity, Building 944, Officer’s ClubBay Area Discovery Museum educators will be on site facilitating Tiny Furniture, an all-ages STEM based activity focused on interior design. Cultivate your creative toolbox as you design and build tiny furniture using recycled materials. Consider scale, form, and function as you adorn the interior of our miniature homes.
  • 12–5 pm Building 961, Durational PerformanceSound and visual artist Phil Dadson (AIR ’16) performs a compass of 5 hours, 360 songs, and 6 directions.
  • 12–5 pm Installation, Building 944, Second Floor LandingMalena Lopez-Maggi (AFF ’16–17). In the Air, 2016; dichroic acrylic, dimensions variable. These shapes are drawings of airborne particles from Lopez-Maggi’s Richmond Annex studio, as seen through a microscope.

Disclaimer: Please double check event information with the event organizer as events can be canceled, details can change after they are added to our calendar, and errors do occur.

Cost: FREE
Categories: **Annual Event**, *Top Pick*, Art & Museums, Lectures & Workshops, Live Music, North Bay, Theater & Performance, Walks & Tours
Address: 944 Simmonds Rd, Sausalito, California