An array of opportunities to visit Headlands this month
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David Ireland's Rodeo Room (1987).

Tickets & details at headlands.org

Awoiska van der Molen
2017 Larry Sultan Photography Award Lecture

Offsite: California College of the Arts

Free | More about the Larry Sultan Photography Award
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 that 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. Learn More
Thursday, October 5 | 7PM

Fall Open House

Free | Mess Hall Café Open
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. Check out www.headlands.org/people/current-artists to see who is here this fall! Learn more
Sunday, October 15 | 12–5PM

Fall Members Dinner

Tickets $30 | Open to Members at all levels | Buy Tickets
Members are invited to enjoy studio visits with current artists followed by a family-style meal in our artist-renovated Mess Hall. Learn more
Wednesday, October 25 | studio visits 5:30PM; dinner 6:30PM

Not a Member yet?

Headlands Members are a community of creative thinkers, makers, and doers who make it all possible. Be part of intimate gatherings like Mess Hall dinners, artist studio visits, cocktail parties, and more. You’ll also enjoy the simple pleasures of Membership like complimentary coffee and discounts on tickets and merchandise. Make art happen—join today at headlands.org/support

Free and open to the public SundayThursday12–5PM

Project Space presents site-specific exhibitions that are guided by information and experiences gathered while at Headlands. Home to select Artists in Residence each season, as well as occasional group exhibitions, Project Space is a place of exchange among artists and visitors—a place where ideas are germinated, conversations are shared, and new work is made. Visitors are invited to witness and engage with Project Space throughout the various stages of making: as working studios undergoing transformation, and in their final state as complete exhibitions.
Learn more at headlands.org/project-space

Satellite Museum of Capitalism: FICTILIS

On the heels of its successful inaugural debut in Oakland this summer, the Museum of Capitalism—an institution dedicated to educating this and future generations about the history, philosophy, and legacy of capitalism—appears at Headlands in an exhibition produced specifically for Project Space. Driven by collaborative team, FICTLIS, the Satellite Museum of Capitalism will present material evidence, art, and artifacts related to capitalism. Learn more

On view: through October 5

No Human Eyes: Will Rogan

Multidisciplinary, Bay Area artist Will Rogan has recently been using documentary photography as a guiding element in producing sculptures. During his seasonal job as an expedition guide aboard a cruise ship in Antarctica, Rogan produced many images of a human-free landscape. Combining these images with handmade ceramic objects, and other items evocative of human innovation, Rogan’s Project Space installation presents a confrontation between the austere and rugged environments of wild nature and human ideals of objects, community, and function. Learn more

View exhibitions in progress: SundayThursday12–5PM
Exhibition opening: Sunday, November 54–6PM
On view: through November 17

Open 24 Hours: Edra Soto

Chicago-based artist Edra Soto has devoted much of her multifaceted artistic practice to investigating the ways that class and race figure in post-colonial representations. Since 2016, Soto has been photographically documenting her Chicago neighborhood, focusing especially on areas that are accessible at all hours (such as her boulevard and adjacent streets). These places are highly visible, yet are rarely—if ever—cleaned by the city, and constantly accumulate the city’s detritus. While documenting the debris and trash, Soto found traces of a drug and alcohol fueled economy, drawing connections to the city’s recent and deep past. At Headlands, Soto will relocate 24 Hours into Headlands’ Project Space, producing an exhibition that includes architectural interventions, continued photo documentation, and a workshop for exhibition visitors to produce objects to be placed in the space. Learn more

View exhibitions in progress: SundayThursday12–5PM
Exhibition opening: Sunday, November 54–6PM
On view: through November 17

Come for a visit

How to get to Headlands by bike, bus, or car
Click here for directions to Headlands by car or bike. Limited parking is available onsite.
The MUNI 76X bus runs between San Francisco and Headlands on Saturdays and Sundays.
Headlands Center for the Arts is an unparalleled environment for the
creative process and the development of new work and ideas.
Photos by Andria Lo. Fall Project Space images courtesy of artists.

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