Happy Valentine’s Day from Headlands, the fog, and 1992 Artist in Residence Åsa Herrgård 🌹
Åsa Herrgård performs her piece, The Leave Taking, while in residence at Headlands Center for the Arts in 1992. Photo: Roger Manley
Last week, artists and staff enjoyed a special treat for dinner: herring caught in Sausalito by chef @damonooh, then smoked and pickled by @damonooh and assistant chef @moon.or.bust. Swipe for process pics! 🐟
Don’t miss Edge of See: Twilight Engines, @vishalkdar’s exhibition of site-specific light sculptures, visible using an augmented reality app for iOS. View the sculptures in the Marin Headlands at batteries Mendell, Wallace, and Smith-Guthrie, and inside Headlands’ Project Space. We’re open Sunday-Thursday, 12-5PM.
Headlands Center for the Arts is currently hiring 2019 Summer live-in interns! Seeking: creative, motivated folks who want to gain hands-on experience behind the scenes at an arts organization. Headlands interns live onsite, receive a stipend, and enjoy chef-prepared meals, all in a beautiful natural setting. Submit your application by the Feb 11 deadline at headlands.org!
We’re thrilled to announce the 2019 Headlands Artists in Residence. Head over to our “2019 AIRs” highlight or headlands.org for the full list of incredible artists!
The 59 creative practitioners in this year’s lineup represent 17 countries, 10 states, and a variety of disciplines that will converge at Headlands with the support of fully sponsored, live-in fellowships designed to sustain their artistic processes. Artists will begin arriving for four- to ten-week residencies starting in mid-March. Meet the first cohort of artists at our Spring Open House, April 14!
Sunday’s the big day! Join us on 1/20 at Headlands for the opening of Edge of See: Twilight Engines. Don’t miss the 5:30PM gallery walkthrough with artist @vishalkdar and @sfmoma assistant curator of media arts Tanya Zimbardo.
@vishalkdar’s exhibition of site-specific light sculptures is visible using an augmented reality app for iOS. View the sculptures in the Marin Headlands at batteries Mendell, Wallace, and Smith-Guthrie, and inside at Headlands’ Project Space.
Woohoo, thanks for the writeup, @marin_ij! See you this Sunday, 1/20, at Headlands for the opening of this exciting project, Edge of See: Twilight Engines by artist @vishalkdar 🎉
Learn more at headlands.org.
Sean Uyehara, Headlands’ Director of Programs, will be participating in a panel discussion at @untitledartfair this Friday, 1/18, 3-4PM! The panel, Beyond the White Cube: The Tradition of Non-Tradition in the Bay Area, will bring together several curators and directors from contemporary art spaces to discuss creating programs for non-traditional venues. See you there!
Tin ceiling appreciation post 😍
The stamped-tin ceilings in Building 944 are part of the original architecture of the space. In 1986 and 1987, David Ireland and his crew of 24 young volunteer artists sandblasted the paint off of the ceilings to restore them to their beautiful original state.
Edge of See: Twilight Engines opens next Sunday, January 20! Part of a global project that will connect the Marin Headlands to other coastal edge sites worldwide, artist Vishal K. Dar has created site-specific light sculptures visible through an augmented reality iOS app. View the sculptures through the app at Batteries Mendel, Wallace, and Smith-Guthrie in the Marin Headlands beginning Jan 20. Back at Headlands’ Project Space, view maps, sketches, and video work by the artist, as well as wooden models of the batteries that can also be activated using the app.
Headlands is hiring a Director of Communications and Outreach! Know someone who should join our collaborative, thoughtful team and contribute to the growth of our external relations? Application review begins next week—apply today at headlands.org!
Happy Friday from the Headlands gymnasium! This spacious and beautiful building serves as a studio as well as a site for performance, dance, and choreography.
Pictured here: 2017 Artist in Residence @moniquefauxnique .
Its not every day you receive something this beautiful in the mail!🔷💙
You may have heard about our year end fundraising campaign—it’s a call to invest in the potential of the creative process through a Headlands membership. To illustrate that potential, we sent sheets of Cyanotype paper to members of our creative community and asked them to participate in the creative process themselves. Today we received a mystery Cyanotype print in the mail! 😱 We love it! Its origin story is unknown, so if you have any info, don’t be shy 🤗
Become a Headlands member today at headlands.org/support, and share your Cyanotype prints with us by tagging #partofthepotential