The LPP + Residency offers a diverse group of makers – artists, curators, collectives, photographers, writers, performers, participatory/social practice, musicians and craftspeople – the opportunity to cultivate ideas and work in a month-long residency in San Francisco. Residents receive space to set up a workshop, studio, or office. Expanding on Little Paper Planes commitment in helping artists, we felt it was important to offer free space to encourage our creative community to try out new projects or just have a place to work. 2016 marks the fourth year of the residency program.
Little Paper Planes provides support to assist with screenings, readings, lectures and workshops during the course of the residency. Open to individuals and groups, the resident(s) will give a talk during their residency. Each residency culminates with a publication and/or print edition published by LPP as an extension of the residency. SFMOMA’s Library and Archives collect all publications. LPP+ Residency was a recipient of Round 7 for the Alternative Exposure Grant Program.