RAW (resident artist workshop) – safehousearts.org
The RAW program provides rehearsal space, mentorship, marketing, and production support for bay area artists. The goal of RAW is to provide a consistent source of support for emerging and established artists to create and perform new work without the stress of self producing.
AIRspace Award for QT&POC Artists – safehousearts.org
AIRspace was founded in1987 at the Jon Sims Center for the Arts, which was dedicated to supporting queer and trans artists of color and people living with HIV/AIDS. In 2007, after the close of the Sims Center, the program was transferred to SAFEhouse and operated as a no-frills residency for queer artists. In 2015, the program was put on hiatus for 2 years, while SAFEhouse shifted to a cooperative organizational model and secured a new facility in the Tenderloin’s newly created Transgender Cultural District. In 2017, SAFEhouse re-launched AIRspace as a hybrid fellowship/residency, actively seeking to invest in queer artists of color in areas of equity and arts leadership. The current members of the SAFEhouse cooperative have recognized that, while the programs have been open to all, the primary demographic of participants has been white or white-presenting artists and the few artists of color have reported a sense of isolation. It is not enough to say these programs are open to everyone and wonder why there are few folks of color participating in the organization. To that end, SAFEhouse is redesigned AIRspace in 2017 to place Queer and Trans artists of color in leadership positions.
Applications for 2022 and more information coming soon!
Fiscal Sponsorship – Intersection for the Arts (theintersection.org)
Become a member with fiscal sponsorship. Take your creative projects to the next level and join a dynamic, arts community.
COVID-19 Artist Resources – Intersection for the Arts (theintersection.org)
Intersection for the Arts recognizes the immense burden COVID-19 places on artists and their livelihoods. We also recognize that the arts sector is innovative and resilient and that together we will find a way through these times. Intersection provides the following resources to help artists navigate this moment:
Coworking – Intersection for the Arts | San Francisco (theintersection.org)
Work in a creative, productive coworking environment with other people working in arts and culture. Whether you need a dedicated desk or just a few hours a month, enjoy a convenient location, natural light, and affordable rates.
Meeting & Event Space – Intersection for the Arts | San Francisco (theintersection.org)
Host your next event, meeting, or gathering at Intersection. Dedicated to helping the Bay Area arts community, we offer generous discounts for artists, nonprofits, and art organizations.
Workshops & Trainings – Intersection for the Arts (theintersection.org)
Learn the business side of creative work in our skill-building workshops and trainings. Designed to give you the tools to grow your creative practice.
The Accelerator – Intersection for the Arts (theintersection.org)
Learn the business side of creative work in our 8-week arts business program. Check back for 2022 dates!
Arts Finance Training – Intersection for the Arts (theintersection.org)
Interactive training programs for arts workers, managers, administrators, and board members looking to develop their arts finance skills.
Coaches & Consultants – Intersection for the Arts (theintersection.org)
Get professional guidance at affordable rates. Our coaches and consultants are experts in the business of art—from marketing, to business modeling, to budgeting, and more.