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Headlands Spring Open House

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Headlands Spring Open House

On April 12, 2010, Posted by , In News, With Comments Off on Headlands Spring Open House
Lindsey White, If We Let Ourselves Go, C-Print, 2008

Lindsey White, If We Let Ourselves Go, C-Print, 2008

Date: 4/18/2010 (Sunday)
Time: 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Location: Headlands Campus

Ticket Info: Admission is Free!

Mess Hall Café with food for sale open Noon – 4:30PM

Join us for the first Open House of 2010! This is your only chance this spring to meet with Headlands’ Artists in Residence (AIRs), Affiliate Artists, and Graduate Fellows in their studios, and discover what the artistic process can look like among writers, musicians, dancers, choreographers and visual artists of all kinds. You’ll also have a chance to explore historic 1907-era buildings, listen to literature readings, discuss works-in-progress with any artists you meet, watch music and dance performances, and enjoy a delicious homemade lunch in the Mess Hall Café.

Some of the Bay Area’s best artists and performers have honed their chops at the Headlands Center for the Arts and its open house events are a great opportunity to see what’s new in the arts and who’s going to be the next big thing.
– San Francisco Chronicle

**Stay posted! Other presentations TBA.**

1PM, 2:30PM, 3:30PM | GYM BUILDING
Edward Schocker, Dylan Bolles, Suki O’Kane, and Zachary Watkins make up the nucleus of a new ensemble that combines traditional Eastern sensibilities with modern American technologies and performance practices. Creating pieces in a group collaborative process that sometimes incorporate voice and additional instruments, this ensemble of musicians expands and contracts within each performance situation.

Ariel Goldberg presents: The Photographer who feels every picture taken will join the Photographer who wonders where all the pictures are going will join the Photographer surrounded by natural & man-made beauty, will join the Photographer bringing current images of the military to obsolete military structures will join a chorus of journalists and other guest photographers to perform a theatrical poetic-criticism on the current state of photography in the form of a Press Conference followed by a Question & Answer. The Photographers’ archive of performances and installations at the Headlands and Golden Gate Bridge will also be on display.

2 – 2:45PM | EAST WING, 2nd FLOOR, BUILDING 944
LJ Moore (AIR ’10), Megan Pruiet (Affiliate ’08-’10) and Sarah Rosenthal (Affiliate ’09-’10) will read from selected writing

Videos by AIR Stina Wirfelt from Sweden/Scotland

Edward Schocker's glass instrument

Edward Schocker's glass instrument

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