Range Studio is fiscally sponsored through the nonprofit organization, Dancers' Group based in San Francisco, CA, under the project, David Szlasa Production & Design. Through this relationship Range Studio is able to accept tax-deductible, charitable donations from individuals, foundations, and corporations. Your donations make it possible to further our work in art and sustainability, support resident artists, offer public programs, and collaborate with institutions. To donate to Range Studio follow this link and select "David Szlasa Production & Design" from the drop down menu, then indicate "Range Studio" in the memo. If you have any questions regarding donations, please contact us through the contact form and we'll guide you through the process. Thank you. Funders/ Supporters Studio 1 is the first portable studio of Range Studio and was designed and built by co-founder, David Szlasa, with initial funding from the Center for Cultural Innovation. Additional support has been provided by Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Zellerbach Family Foundation, CA$H Grant, Kenneth Rainin Foundation, San Francisco Arts Commission, San Francisco Mayor's Office for Civic Innovation, and NEMA. We are grateful for this support. A huge thank you to Quarry House for providing construction space and additional thanks to the friends and colleagues who assisted in building Studio 1: Jamie Goldman, Michael Jones, Bob Lake, Sean Riley of Gravity Design, and Dillon Westbrook.