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Schedule Of Events

Building 944, Eastwing
The collective, She Who Has No Master(s), consisting of Headlands writer Aimee Phan (AFF ’16–’17) and guest writers, Isabelle Thuy Pelaud, Julie Thi Underhill, Dao Strom, and Angie Chau read a group poem.

1–1:30PM, 2:30–3PM, And 3:45–4:15PM
Building 952, The Gym
Christopher White (AIR ’16) performs Asking (work-in-progress), with collaborators Michelle Talgarow and Ryan Tacata. Asking is a collaboration with the audience about curiosity, listening, and intimacy at a distance.

Building 944, Eastwing
3 X 13 Reading
Susan Gevirtz (AFF ’16–’17), Marco Lean (AFF ’15–’17), and Lyzette Wanzer (AFF ’15–’17) each read 13-minute selections from recent work.

Building 944, Eastwing
2 X 13 Reading
Cassandra Troyan (AIR ’16) and Kate Folk (AFF ’16–’17) each read 13-minute selections from recent work.

Building 944, Project Space East
Sound Installation
Chris Duncan (AIR ’16) presents an atmospheric call-and-response sound piece using tuning fork tones, harmonicas, and field recordings of the ocean. Blindfolds will be available.

Ongoing Events
Building 944, Rodeo Room
Podcast Recording
Maysoun Wazwaz and Kate Rhoades of Congratulations Pine Tree, the Bay Area’s #1 art and culture podcast, will be onsite interviewing current Headlands artists.

Building 961
Film Screening
Filmmakers Amanda Trager and Erik Moskowitz (ANW ’16) screen excerpts from their film, Two Russians in the Free World.

Building 944, Westwing (Officer’s Club)
Art For All Ages!
Join Park Partner, NatureBridge Golden Gate, for an autumnal activity. Create your own seasonal collages of natural textures with rubbings made from found objects.

Building 944, Second Floor Landing
Marshall Elliott (AFF ’16–’17) installs The Straight and Unbroken Line Through That Which Cannot Be Said (Things Come and Go).

Building 945, First Floor Entryway
Angela Willetts (GF ’16) shows a series of drawings.

Building 945, Third Floor, Studio 13
Italian Strike gathers Headlands  alumni and other local artists whose work provides a survey of the Italian Strike under contemporary turbo capitalism. Within the exhibition, artists engage with the controversial: To hike (work slowly) or run (accelerate the process)? The exhibition reveals that as technology develops, this question becomes more urgent. Read more about the exhibition here..

Fall Open House
Headlands Center for the Arts 

Oct 16 2016, 12 – 6 PM 

944 Fort Barry Sausalito, CA 94965
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