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Cubberley Community Center
4000 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, California 94303
Oakland Stock comes to Cubberley, supporting artists' projects one bowl of soup at a time!
Cubberley Stock is March 24.
Call for Proposals & Diners
In these times, we need to show solidarity with fellow artists and activists, supporting them through alternative economies, one bowl of soup at a time. Come eat a lovely meal, meet your community, vote on and support artist projects, and have a swell time.
Sunday, March 24th 6pm-8:30pm
Artist Deadline- Sunday, March 3rd, 11:59 pm
Cost- $15-$25 sliding scale. All profits go to the winning artist.
Chefs + Hosts: Lexa Walsh of Oakland Stock & the Cubberley Stock Team
Who’s Invited: You are! Soup lovers, artists and those interested in supporting them.
Stock is part of the Sunday Soup network, supporting artists’ projects one bowl of soup at a time. Diners pay a small dinner fee, feast on a gourmet meal, and listen to artists propose new projects that need funding. The diners vote on their favorite project to support and the winning artist takes the money to use for their work.
Sometimes success in the art world seems pretty random. Stock offers an opportunity for community members to support the cultural production they find important through Food, Funding, Feedback, & Followup.
Stock is organized by artist/chef Lexa Walsh and and supported by a team of fellow volunteers. Oakland Stock was originally supported with a Southern Exposure Alternative Exposure Award in 2012.
Apply as a LOCAL (Bay Area) ARTIST or PROJECT- It’s easy!:
Submit a simple proposal following the directions below to [email protected]
Please include all information except jpgs in a google document, NOT a pdf. Please attach the images.
Artist Deadline- Sunday, March 3rd, 11:59 pm.
These guidelines let us know that you know how to present your project to the public.
1. Name of Project
2. Briefly (100 words max) describe what your project is
3. Briefly (200 words max) describe the cultural, historical, aesthetic, etc. context of your project. Why is this work important here and now?
4. What will you do with the winnings? i.e. “I will buy editing time at the local video lab…”, etc.
5. Write a brief slogan for your project to make it memorable to the audience electorate!
6. 5 images (as individual jpegs, 72 dpi, no larger than 1000 pixels in any direction)
Staff will review all proposal submissions and select six finalists to present during Cubberley Stock on March 24, 2019 at 6 p.m. at the ArtLab (Cubberley U-7). The finalists will be selected on their ability to animate the Cubberley Community Center campus in fun, engaging, temporary, and easily-reversible ways. Applicants are encouraged to reflect the unique character, community and history of the site. Please note that the winning submission is subject to the final approval of the Cubberley Community Center Facilities Department and any proposals with the potential to damage any buildings will not be accepted.
Application deadline: Sunday, March 3rd, 11:59 pm.
Grant Award: The winning artist is awarded the funding from the ticket sales, along with matching from the Palo Alto Public Art Program — up to $2,000
About the Cubberley Community Center
Cubberley is a 35-acre site at 4000 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, CA 94303. The Palo Alto Unified School District (PAUSD) owns 27 acres of the site, and the rest is owned by the City of Palo Alto. The site was home to Cubberley High School from 1956 to 1979, when it closed due to declined school enrollment. In 1990, the site reopened as Cubberley Community Center. The Center is home to over thirty long-term tenants and provides hourly rental space for special events. The programs at the site include daycare, early childhood education, artist studios, dance studios, language classes, after school programs, martial arts, sports, senior services, health services, and many other programs.
The Cubberley Co-Design Process is currently underway and is an opportunity for the Palo Alto community to envision a new future for this valuable community site. For more information about the Cubberley Community Center, please visit the website.
Finalists: Please be prepared to pitch your project with a brief presentation (usually a PowerPoint assembled by Stock staff with your application materials). If funded, you will be responsible for making a presentation regarding your progress on this project at a future date.
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Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Lot and street parking
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Yes- please let the organizer know at least 24 hours in advance,
however tickets are non-refundableOakland Stock comes to Cubberley, supporting artists' projects one bowl of soup at a time!