Located in the Dogpatch neighborhood of San Francisco, Workshop Residence engages the worlds of craft, art, and design. We collaborate with artists and designers, supporting materials exploration, design, and fabrication. Together, we partner with local manufacturers to create functional objects for everyday living. We work with emerging and established artists and designers from all over the world, inviting our collaborators to share about their projects through workshops, talks, and events.
Tuesday - Saturday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Thursday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
833 22nd St.
San Francisco, CA 94107
Ann is a native San Franciscan and longtime supporter and advocate for the Bay Area creative community. In 1983 she founded Capp Street Project, a nationally recognized artist residency program. In 1997, together with Robert and Margrit Mondavi, Ann co-founded the Oxbow School, an independent semester arts-based high school for national students in Napa, CA.
Ann serves on the United States Artists' Board of Trustees and has served as the Chair of Trustees for California College of the Arts (2005-2009) and on the boards of many arts organizations, including the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, MN (since 1973), The Fabric Arts Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia, PA (2009-2015), the Berkeley Art Museum (1996–99), Oakland Museum of California (1995–99), and the Addison Gallery of American Art at Phillips Academy in Andover, MA (1992–99).
Lisa arrived at Workshop Residence after having worked for more than fifteen years as a curator and designer of exhibitions, environments, and programs in museums. She has presented work by emerging and established artists and designers from throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond. She received a BA in Visual Arts from the University of California, San Diego, and has worked at arts organizations in San Francisco, Palo Alto, San Jose, San Diego, and New York. As a willing coconspirator to a cadre of good people working in creative capacities, Lisa continues to work independently as a curator.