July 2016: Studio 1 at the Tivoli Artists Gallery in Tivoli, NY Studio 1 will be included in the July exhibition at the Tivoli Artists Gallery complete with artists-in-residence for three weekends.  Each artist will complete a micro residency of just one full day to share their process in social practice, public performance, experimentation and/or innovation in keeping with the priorities of Range Studio. Weekend program schedule below. Saturday, July 2: David Szlasa Sunday, July 3: Katrina Rodabaugh Sunday, July 17: Helene Lesterlin/ Studio Reynard Saturday, July 23: Hope Mohr Dance June / July 2015: Studio 1 on Market Street For six weeks, Studio 1 will be stationed along Market Street in downtown San Francisco offering one-week and micro residencies to select artists working with social practice, public performance, experimentation, and/or innovation. This residency is generously sponsored by the San Francisco Mayor's Office for Civic Innovation, San Francisco Arts Commission, and the Living Innovation Zone project. Additional program support provided by Kenneth Rainin Foundation and the Zellerbach Family Foundation. Detailed program schedule below. June 15- 19: NEMA, 10th St at Market St, Andrea Bergen Andrea Bergen is a San Francisco based collage artist. Using sculpture, collage, found and purchased materials, Andrea will transform the interior of Studio 1 and the surrounding sidewalk area into a real life version of her artwork. Her poster series "Party Animals" will be on display between 8th Street and Embarcadero as part of the San Francisco Arts Commission Art on Market Street Poster Project. June 22- 26: NEMA, 10th St at Market St,  Sheldon Smith Sheldon B. Smith uses dance and technology to speak to common human experience, and this results in both installation-based work and live performance. His work in Studio 1 will be constructed gradually over the course of the week with scheduled showings and opportunities for passersby to engage in the process. Exact schedule TBA. June 27: NEMA, 10th St at Market St, 2:30-4:30, Shinichi Iova-Koga/ inkBoat "Ritual 71: transient"  This event is part of a larger performance project, “95 Rituals,” directed by inkBoat’s Shinichi Iova-Koga, presented by Dancers’ Group/ONSITE. “95 Rituals” honors the work of legendary choreographer Anna Halprin, in celebration of her 95th birthday with a series of free site-specific performances at various locations with guest musicians and artists from around the world. June 29- July 3: NEMA, 10th St at Market St,  Sara Shelton Mann Sara Shelton Mann has been a choreographer, performer, and teacher since 1967 and has been awarded a John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship, 6 Isadora Duncan Awards, and the SF Bay Guardian Goldie Lifetime Achievement Award. While in residence at Studio 1, Sara will be exploring the video, written, and print archives of her 40+ years of performance history.  The Studio will be transformed into a time capsule to engage with passing audiences about her body of work, pinning materials to the walls and utilizing outward facing video screens. July 6- 11: Mechanics Plaza, 1st St at Market St, Jesse Hewit Jesse Hewit is a dance and performance artist based in San Francisco. Through re-imagining sociological contexts of the body, his works attempt to unsettle dominant ideas about things like power, narrative, safety, and beauty. While in residence, Jesse will engage in a series of durational practice sessions, each that interrogate a different way of having, giving, or showing faith. July 13- 17: Mechanics Plaza, 1st St at Market St, Katrina Rodabaugh Katrina Rodabaugh is an artist and writer working across disciplines to explore environmental and social issues through traditional craft techniques. While in residence at Studio 1, she will focus on her ongoing slow fashion project, Make Thrift Mend. Rodabaugh will invite featured artists working in textile arts and/or sustainable fashion to join her for lunchtime conversations, demonstrations, and public interactions that highlight the potential for sustainable clothing and handmade wardrobes as alternatives to fast fashion. Featured artists include: Sasha Duerr, Jen Hewett, Meghan Shimek, and Kristine Vejar. One featured artist will be present from 12noon to 2pm M-F during Rodabaugh's residency. July 20- 25: NEMA, 10th St at Market St, Jose Navarrete José Navarrete is a native of México City where he was first exposed to theater and dance, choreographing and performing in parks, hospitals, and children's parties as a clown and dancer. The work is influenced by ritual, cultural studies, and the political and environmental concerns of the world in which we live.  While in residence at Studio 1, José will invite local folks passing by to dance with him. Hot soup will be provided to those who participate.