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The EACH Foundation Studio

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The EACH Foundation Studio Artist residency is a studio residency program generously funded by the EACH Foundation. The residency aims to support emerging artists by providing free studio space, exhibition opportunity, and exposure to the public for one year.

The EACH Foundation prides itself on being a radically inclusive, ethnically diverse, and impossibly efficient 501(c)3 grant-making nonprofit. EACH stands for eight giving areas (Education, Environment, Children, Community, the Arts, Animal welfare, Health, and Homelessness) which their thirty volunteers and philanthropic advisors give to for social change, granting over 10% of their assets per year to over 200 unique nonprofit organizations annually. • 415.277.5993 • This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Call for Applications • Entries Due June 11

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The EACH Foundation Studio Artist Residency aims to support artists by providing free studio space, exhibition opportunity and exposure to the public for one year. Candidates should live in Marin, or have significant ties to Marin, and can commit to regularly using the studio and participating in the program activities for one year.

Art Works Downtown offers a diverse mix of studio artists and mediums in the heart of the San Rafael commercial core for almost daily interaction with the public. The EACH Foundation Studio is a tiny studio located in the lower-level of the AWD complex. Art Works Downtown believes that the resident artist will stimulate new ideas among established AWD studio artists and vice versa. Our community will be better served as they recognize and understand the importance of supporting artists in their career endeavors.

Dear applicants, please note that AWD will continue with the selection process and will coordinate with the approved applicant if the art center is closed—or suffers from complications—due to Shelter in Place ordinance. AWD encourages you to apply and appreciates your flexibility and understanding through this challenging time. Be safe and stay creative.


  • Free Art Studio, including utilities, fees and operating costs
  • An environment that is supportive and empathetic to the creative process
  • Solo exhibition in the Underground Gallery, which also provides exhibition experience
  • Waived fees for AWD membership and juried exhibitions
  • Representation on AWD’s newsletter, website, and social media
  • Exposure to large groups of visitors every month during the 2nd Friday Art Walk event
  • Scholarship granted for mandatory participation in Marin Open Studios
  • Exposure to Gallery procedures and processes
  • Exposure to the nonprofit arts organization operation
  • Hallway display area


  • Applicants should live in Marin County, CA, or within reasonable commuting distance.
  • Applicants must commit to using the limited studio space regularly.
    • The floor space is 31 square feet, and includes a collapsible table. 
    • Dimensions: 96”h x 41”w x 108”d, table: 41”w x 23”d.  


  • Deadline to apply June 11, 2020
  • Award announced in July of 2020
  • Studio Residency to commence in September 2020 through August 31st 2021
  • Donors Gallery exhibition: date to be determined
  • Underground Gallery exhibition: date to be determined 

To Apply: Apply through Applicants will be notified of the results via email.

Application requirements include:

    • 5 to 10 images and/or website
    • Up to 2,000 Word Statement introducing yourself as an artist and your artwork
    • Required questions: 
      • A prime objective of the art studio space is for the artist to regularly use the workspace. This is not a showcase studio, it is a work and display studio. How do you envision using the space?
      • How would an association with the Art Works Downtown artist community benefit you?
      • What are your career ambitions as an artist?
      • Name and contact information of one reference—an arts educator, gallerist, or arts professional is recommended.
      • Links to support materials including a website. 

There is no cost to apply.

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sara gallagher2 

Sara Gallagher

The EACH Studio Artist Residency

Sara is a working artist, musician, and designer based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Inspired by the pursuit of emotional and spiritual intelligence, she utilizes her work as an explorative tool into the inner and outer landscapes of the human experience. She has found that this practice allows her not only to understand herself better, but to access deeper compassion, empathy, and the ability to engage with others from a place of greater integrity.  This endeavor is ongoing, by nature.  

Sara studied Photography at CSU Long Beach before receiving her BFA with a Dual Emphasis in Painting & Drawing and Photography from San Francisco State University in 2013. She attended the Artist in Residence program at Elsewhere Studios in Paonia, Colorado, in the fall of 2014, and recently completed a certificate program in Advanced Realism in Portrait Drawing through the Dzimirsky Realism Art Master Atelier (D.R.A.M.A.) in Warmsen, Germany, at the beginning of this year. 

During her time at Art Works Downtown, Sara will be completing her body of work Intimacy; a year-long exploration into the blocks around, pathways to, and practice of intimacy within one’s personal, familial, and communal life. Coming together as a collection of hyperreal graphite drawings, the images created will be both figurative and symbolic, depending on the element of intimacy being highlighted. If you are interested in participating in this experiment, please reach out to her to connect! She is open and looks forward to hearing from you. 


Justin Pastores 


Justin Pastores

The EACH Studio Artist Residency


Painter Justin Pastores currently works with both transparent and opaque water media. Often working in sketchbooks, Pastores's subjects range from a combination of figures, landscapes, and illustrative work. Themes explored include identity, urban/social observation, and acculturation. His scale of work can be described as pocket size, as many of the images and surfaces are under postcard scale.

Pastores was included in Bynd Artisan's Perfect Sketchbook group show, Interlace, in Singapore. He placed first at the second Annual Benicia Plein Air Paint Out along with receiving the Artist Choice Award in summer 2017. In early 2017, he exhibited and lectured with his collective Epekto Art Projects at the Wailoa Arts & Cultural Center in Hilo, Hawai'i. Upon receiving a BFA in Traditional Arts from California State University, East Bay, he was also the recipient of the Friends of the Arts Scholarship Award and his painting "#Nofilter" was collected by the university. He has exhibited across the Bay Area including Oakland, Berkeley, Novato, and San Francisco. He works as an art instructor for Cal Color Academy in Fremont and lives in Alameda.