Catalyzed by a matching grant from the East Bay Community Foundation, The Illuminated Corridor has established a fund to support the commissioning of new work in film, music and public art.
Funds are supporting the work of Bay Area artists creating new work working inspired by Middle Harbor Shoreline Park.
Four teams have been commissioned so far: musician Cheryl E. Leonard and visual artist Rebecca Haseltine [the shallow tide], media artists Gilbert Guerrero and Kathleen Quillian [building 122], video/movement artist Jen Cohen with gal*in_dog, Steven Dye with many more to follow [triangulation].
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community of donors who make the Illuminated Corridor possible.
We are immensely grateful for support from the tax-deductible donations of individuals and the in-kind support of Bay Area artists, arts organizations and businesses who see the power of the Illuminated Corridor to transform civic spaces with inventive, provocative, and immersive events of light and sound
Christian Crumlish & Briggs Nisbet
Cathy de Heer
Chloe Dydo & Edward Kestermont
Isabel P. Fondeliva-King
Megan & Rick Prelinger
Laurie Ten Hope
Kapsack and Bair, Attorneys at Law
Law Office of Alan Korn
Uptown Lake Merritt Alliance
American Composers Forum
East Bay Community Foundation
The San Francisco Foundation
The Zellerbach Family Foundation
[fiscal sponsor for the illuminated corridor]
Jack London Stadium 9
The Prelinger Library
San Francisco Cinematheque
ways to donate
donations are tax-deductible
to the extent permitted by law.
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