Policy and Documents
CASP Policy and Guidelines
The following information is intended for use by current or perspective artists of the Cubberley Artist Studio Program (CASP). If you have questions about any of the content, please contact staff by email.
Resources for Current CASP Artists
To ensure the CASP program is maintaining its mission of supporting the vitality of the arts in Palo Alto, artists in the program are asked to maintain responsibilities and requirements as outlined in the following documents:
- CASP Policy and Guidelines (2018)
- CASP Donation of Artwork Policy
- CASP ArtLab Programming Criteria
- Community Service Proposal Application Form
For information about moving into and vacating your studio, please see the following resources:
- Sample Lease Agreement
- CASP Studio Inspection Checklist
Resources for Potential CASP Artists
The Cubberley Artist Studio Program consists of two programs: (1) a long-term four-year residency program and (2) a rotating studio available for residences of up to 3 months. The next application cycle for the juried four-year residency program will take place in Spring 2022. To be added to the application interest list or to be added to the waitlist for the rotating artist studio, please email staff. For information on both programs, please see the documents below:
2018 Application Resources
Please note, the Spring 2018 Call to Artists is now closed.The next round of applications will tentatively open in Spring 2022. The following documents are strictly informational, designed to give perspective artists a general idea of future application processes.