The Cubberley Artist Studio Program (CASP) supports the vitality of the arts in Palo Alto by providing City-sponsored, affordable studio space for artists, building creative community and fostering public engagement with the arts and artists.
VISION AND PROGRAM GOALS
• Create an artist community that fosters diverse and numerous opportunities for growth and collaboration in the creation of new work.
• Ensure the representation of a wide range of experience in terms of artistic disciplines, artistic development, as well as diverse cultural and aesthetic approaches.
• Create a dynamic and accessible cultural destination for the community, with economic value for the resident artists.
• Foster active engagement with and visibility with the Palo Alto and surrounding communities.
• Continue to increase the prestigious and competitive reputation of the program. Ensure that the program is accessible, open, inclusive, equitable, and responsive to the community need for studio space.
Silicon Valley Open Studios (SVOS) - May 14 &15
Nineteen artists at the City of Palo Alto’s Cubberley Artist Studio Program (CASP) will open their working studios to the public during the 30th annual Silicon Valley Open Studios (SVOS). This diverse group of CASP artists will show their recent and new work in progress during the weekend of May 14-15, 11 AM -5 PM.
Participating artists: Danièle Archambault - Barbara Boissevain - Lessa Bouchard - Servane Briand - Charles Coates - Mel Day - Rachelle Doorley - Ken Edwards - Linda Gass - Christine Gray - Barbara Gunther - Inge Infante - Conrad Johnson - Marianne Lettieri - Paloma Lucas - Ann McMillan - Andy Muonio - Ernest Regua - Sahba Shere
Concurrent to the annual Open Studios event is REMIX, a group exhibition of art created by all 24 members of the Program. The artists have selected either a new work that incorporates a personal creative trademark or an older work that has been changed and altered to create something new. The exhibit in the Cubberley ArtLab is open during SVOS hours. In addition, the public is invited to attend receptions on Saturday, May 21 and 28, 5:30-7:30pm. View the Press Release for more details.