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Project 387 is uniquely located between the Pacific Ocean and the California redwood forest
Project 387 2014 artists on a creek walk
Residents enjoy comfortable housing with remarkable views
Studio visits are an important part of the Project 387 experience
Each project is awarded a studio space within the Project 387 shop. Significant effort is made to accommodate all needs.

Project 387

Emerging Program member

Project 387 is an Artist Residency located on 150 acres in Mendocino County that provides a multidisciplinary program offering a community-based living and working experience for artists. The project began in 2012 as an idea initiated by Allyson Feeney- an arts professional with experience acquired from a wide range of art organizations. She envisioned creating an intimate space for artists where they could work, reflect on their practice, and participate in a shared conversation about art. After three successful seasons, and with the help of a team of dedicated volunteers, we are excited to launch the call for applicants for the summer of 2016.
Project 387 strives to foster a supportive and amiable atmosphere through shared dinners around our communal table, open studio layouts, and evening artist talks. These are core features of the program and artist experience. We are dedicated to artistic excellence and developing lasting relationships with new colleagues. And after three years we’ve grown to realize this is what makes the residency a unique and meaningful experience. The Project 387 community has high reverence for our environment and we hope that subsequent applicants who participate leave feeling the same.

For our 2016 season, we’re continuing in that tradition, with some slight changes. Building on the fundamental goals of the program, this year’s Project 387 residency will adopt a specific thematic approach. The theme for this year is around the idea of “Place”, a multifaceted, complex, and broad idea. Successful proposals will need to address Place in a significant way.
Artists working in the fields of visual and interdisciplinary arts are invited to submit a proposal and application to Project 387’s 2016 residency period.
Applications window is between 2/16/16 - 3/18/16
To learn more about our application guidelines, please visit our apply page.
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