Application Deadline July 29, 2019
Notification by August 6, 2019
Performance Weeks available:
March and April 2020
Two artists will be awarded to receive up to 50% subsidy on production space and labor when you self-present in the B. Way Theater. For performing artists including dance, theater, and music.
ODC Theater has partnered with the Fleishhacker Foundation to create an eponymous opportunity fund at ODC to support self-producing performing artists through its open access rental program. The Fleishhacker Foundation has made a commitment to support the administration of subsidies to self-producing artists at ODC Theater. Three artists will be awarded a scholarship this round to self-produce/rent ODC’s B. Way Theater from March 1, 2020 – April 30, 2020. Applications will be considered and scored by a panel, and the awarded artists will receive a subsidized rental week in the theater. Awarded artists receive a subsidy covering a minimum of 50% towards space and labor expenses.
Eligibility & Requirements
Recipients must be San Francisco Bay Area performing artists and must self-produce and offer a public performance in ODC Theater’s main space (B. Way Theater) March 1, 2020 – April 30, 2020. ODC Theater is booked by the week Tuesday-Sunday. A signed MOU will be required within 30 days of notification in order to claim the scholarship and confirm dates. All promotional materials (print and electronic) will be asked to acknowledge the Opportunity Fund at ODC Theater. All recipients will be required to complete a post-production report and participate in grant reporting, as needed. Any previous or current Fleishhacker funding received by the applicant directly from the foundation will not be a factor in consideration for this scholarship.
About The Fleishhacker Foundation
The Fleishhacker Foundation is a family foundation located in San Francisco, California. It was established in 1947 to improve the quality of life in the San Francisco Bay Area. The Foundation makes grants to local, community-based organizations through two main programs: Arts & Culture and Pre-collegiate Education. fleishhackerfoundation.org