Fall programs

Fall programs

Headlands Center for the Arts

Photos: Andria Lo. Courtesy of Headlands Center for the Arts.

September 26, 2017
Fall programs
Headlands Center for the Arts
944 Fort Barry
Sausalito, California 94965
United States

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Headlands Center for the Arts announces a full season of public events led by current Artists in Residence, alumni artists, and cultural practitioners from across the globe. Public events at Headlands offer audiences one-of-a-kind opportunities to form a deep and meaningful experience with artistic processes and place. Highlights from each corner of our programmatic array are listed below, with the full calendar of events available at headlands.org/events/upcoming.

Open to the public five days a week

Fall Project Space exhibitions
Each season, select Artists in Residence build and present exhibitions in Project Space. Visitors are invited in Sunday—Thursday, 12–5pm to witness this process and engage with the space throughout each exhibition’s various stages of making. Fall Project Space exhibitions include artists FICTILIS (Oakland, CA), Will Rogan (San Francisco, CA), and Edra Soto (Chicago, IL).

FICTILIS: Satellite Museum of Capitalism
On view
through October 5

Will Rogan: No Human Eyes
Edra Soto: Open 24 Hours
Exhibitions in progress:
October 10–November 2
Opening: November 5, 4–6pm
On view through November 17

Artist talks, walks, & conversations: On practice and process

Larry Sultan Photography Award Lecture by Awoiska van der Molen
Thursday, October 5, 7pm, Offsite at California College of the Arts, San Francisco Campus

Amsterdam-based photographer, and current Artist in Residence, Awoiska van der Molen spends long periods of time in solitude in remote landscapes, slowly and intuitively uncovering the identity of each place and searching for the boundaries between self and surroundings. The findings of these experiences are later revealed in her large-scale, monochromatic silver gelatin prints. van der Molen will speak to her practice as part of the Larry Sultan Photography Award series, presented in partnership with California College of the Arts, Pier 24 Photography, and SFMOMA.

Desire Trails
Sunday, November 12, 12pm

Desire paths are well-trodden trails created by foot traffic, where the ground becomes imprinted evidence of a place that wants to be discovered, and the people who seek it out. Grab your walking stick for this edition of Desire Trails, where sculptural sound artists—including Wayne Grim and Andy Puls—will tune our ears to a whole new experience of the landscape.

Special event:

Under the Stars: outdoor movie screening
Friday, November 17, 7–10pm

Help us to close out the year by cozying up in The Commons—Headlands’ brand new, artist-designed gathering space—for a night of outdoor cinema featuring short films made and selected by current and past Artists in Residence, live music, and more. Wear warm layers and bring some blankets, and we’ll keep you well-fed with unrivaled movie snacks and hot drinks available for purchase from an array of food and drink purveyors.

Seasonal Signatures: Gathering the community throughout the year

Members Dinner
Wednesday, October 25, 5:30pm

Members Dinner is an opportunity for our members to enjoy studio visits with current artists, followed by a chef-prepared family-style meal in our historic, artist-renovated Mess Hall. Meet and mingle with artists and fellow members, and participate in the community you are helping to support! Not a member yet? Please visit our Membership page to join, upgrade, or learn more.

Open House
Sunday October 15, 12–5pm

Open House provides a once-in-a-season opportunity to meet current artists, view works-in-progress, attend performances and readings, and enjoy a housemade lunch in the Mess Hall Café.

Sunday Supper
Sunday, November 5, 6:30pm

Have dinner with us—just because—at our seasonal Sunday Supper, crafted and cooked by Headlands’ Chef Damon Little and served family-style in our historic, artist-renovated Mess Hall. Bring a couple of old pals, or come ready to make some new ones, and let the weekend come to a close around an inspired table. Come early to attend the opening reception of the Fall Project Space Exhibitions with artists Edra Soto and Will Rogan.

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September 26, 2017

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