The Novato Arts Center at Hamilton Field provides a campus setting for artists at the historic airfield, once called the "Hollywood of military bases". The facility has been recently renovated, retaining its original 1930's Spanish architectural style. The Novato Arts Center campus consists of three buildings, housing over 40 individual artist studios, a museum, art classrooms, art gallery and retail store. A restaurant onsite, Beso Bistro offers brunch, lunch and dinner menus with indoor and outdoor patio seating.
Artists with studios at the Novato Arts Center work in a variety of media, from oils and watercolor to ceramics and metal. To catch a glimpse of the artists at work, stop by the first Sunday of every month for Open Studios. Visitors have the opportunity to watch artists at work, ask questions, and purchase handmade art by local artists. The gallery and retail store are run by the Marin Museum of Contemporary Art, a nonprofit Bay Area arts organization. In fulfillment of their mission to provide community access to art, the Museum Gallery is free to the public.
The three building campus is connected by pathways and an interior garden area. The Gallery and office are located at 500 Palm Drive. Classrooms and studios are located at 501 Palm Drive and 781 Hamilton Parkway.
For more information: Call the City of Novato at 415-899-8900 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Studio Vacancies at Marin Museum of Contemporary Art (MarinMOCA)
The Marin Museum of Contemporary Art is part of the Novato Arts Center, which includes over 40 artist studios in 3 buildings. Artists with studios at the Novato Arts Center work in a variety of media, from oil paint and watercolor to ceramics and metal. To catch a glimpse of the artists at work, stop by the first Sunday of every month for Open Studios, presented by the Artists of the Novato Arts Center. Visitors have the opportunity to watch artists at work, ask questions, and purchase handmade art by local artists.
Interested in renting a studio at MarinMOCA? Studios range in size from 127 – 321 square feet, and in price from $274.06 - $704.22 per month. Artists have access to kitchen space (full size refrigerator and microwave) and the MarinMOCA classroom, and participate in rotating exhibitions in the entry gallery to the 781 studio building. To inquire about vacancies or for more informations , please send your name, email and phone number to email@example.com.
Seven studios are currently available and one more will open in June 2015 at the Hamilton Art Studios, all priced at $2.25 per square foot. To inquire about vacancies, please contact Matt Wagner with Keegan & Coppin at 415-461-1010 ext. 122 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Additionally, view the most recent flier about these vacancies.
For more information, please visit the MarinMOCA website.