PROJECT 387

Artist Residency, Artist Community

Located on 150 acres of redwood forest, Project 387 provides a multidisciplinary residency program offering a community-based living and working experience for artists in all career stages. The residency is a unique opportunity to delve into the creative process in a focused, exploratory, and rigorous manner while removed from the clamor of urban distractions.

A Work in Progress

Project 387 has been underway for five days now. Everyone has settled into a steady routine ending in lively evening dinners. Last night’s conversation ranged from Gordon Matta-Clark all the way to Larry Clark as we shared the artists we admired.

 

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Claudia Bicen begins work on a series of portraits in the woods. 

Claudia Bicen begins work on a series of portraits in the woods. 

Stephanie Smith arranges pieces of the Smith|Allen sculpture underway printed using Type A Machines 3D printers. 

Stephanie Smith arranges pieces of the Smith|Allen sculpture underway printed using Type A Machines 3D printers. 

Bryan Allen adjusts a piece on one of the 6 Type A Machines printers working to produce the Smith|Allen sculpture

Claudia Bicen prepares surfaces for her portraits in the woods.

Claudia Bicen prepares surfaces for her portraits in the woods.

Rich Benjamin researches his latest project. 

Rich Benjamin researches his latest project. 

Sean McFarland hikes the coast while on a short break from the studio. 

Sean McFarland hikes the coast while on a short break from the studio. 

Today's view. 

Today's view.