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The Domestic Light project is indebted to our many collaborating and supporting organizations as well as individual artists networks that are helping make the person to person connections needed to bring the project to life.

Following are some of our key collaborating and supporting organizations.

LEONARDO / ISAST is our lead partner for publication and dissemination through funding from the Creative Work Fund.

Leonardo is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 enterprising think tank, offering a global platform for creative exploration and collaboration that reaches tens of thousands of people across 135 countries. Since 1968, Leonardo has forged a worldwide transdisciplinary network to convene, research, collaborate, and disseminate best practices at the nexus of arts, science, and technology. Including scholars, artists, scientists, technologists, and thinkers, this network experiments with cutting-edge approaches, practices, systems, and solutions to tackle the most complex challenges facing humanity today. Leonardo, its flagship publication, is the world’s leading scholarly journal on transdisciplinary art, and anchors a robust publishing partnership with MIT Press. Its partnership with Arizona State University infuses educational innovation with digital art and media for lifelong learning; and its creative programs span events, exhibits, residencies and fellowships, scholarship and social enterprise ventures.

SFArtsED GALLERY at the MINNESOTA ST PROJECT is our San Francisco presenter and host of the 2023-2024:

THE SFArtsED Gallery is located at the Minnesota St Project in San Francisco and runs a year long program of exhibitions in the gallery. In addition to the gallery San Francisco Arts Education supports artist residencies in an array of visual arts, dance, drama, musical theater, world rhythms, and choral expression at public schools and at after-school programs. It offers workshops and summer camps in a wide range of disciplines, with scholarship assistance. SFArtsED offers a rigorous after-school and weekend musical theater training program, and has a strong relationship with Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts (SOTA), where students gain valuable outside experience in lighting, sound, and stage management in their technical theater program. Artists, singers, and dancers at the high school and college levels benefit from internship opportunities at SFArtsED’s summer camps and school programs.

Djerassi Resident Artist Program provides work space and support to the project.

The mission of the Djerassi Resident Artists Program is to support and enhance the creativity of artists by providing uninterrupted time for work, reflection, and collegial interaction in a setting of great natural beauty, and to preserve the land on which the Program is situated. Djerassi is recognized internationally for its pre-eminence as an artist residency. We strive to provide the best possible residency experience for artists of superior talent from a diverse range of backgrounds and geographical locations. As stewards of a unique and beautiful property, we also seek to preserve the land and use our facilities wisely and efficiently for maximum benefit to the artists and with the least impact on the environment.

SUSSEX HUMANITIES LAB: The Sussex Humanities Lab, a flagship research program at the University of Sussex, is concerned with the eco-socio-cultural potentials and impacts of an increasingly digital world. SHL experiments with digital methods in research, investigating the interactions between technology and culture, society and environment, in order to imagine and create more sustainable and just futures for all. Founded in 2014, its substantial awards of external research grants have nurtured deep interdisciplinary collaboration in Digital Humanities and related teaching portfolios, with members spanning the arts, humanities, engineering, informatics, social science, life sciences, and the University library. Its research has a wide disciplinary reach, from community archives to AI, media theory to conservation technology, critical heritage to intersectional feminism, digital humanities to experimental music technology, and critical making.