Tao House, Eugene O’Neill National Historic SiteAudiences and visitors cannot drive directly to the Eugene O'Neill National Historic Site (The Old Barn, Tao House). Performance audiences must meet a Park Service shuttle at the Museum of San Ramon Valley on show day. Students attending Student Days or Studio Retreat must meet the shuttle at either the Walnut Creek BART or the Park and Ride at Sycamore Valley. Read our FAQ for attending performances at the Site and the National Park Service site HERE
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Sunday, Jan. 31 - 12:00am
January 31st | 12:00am
Bay Area Artists Bring your project–writing, painting, directing–to a serene and beautiful place, Tao House at the Eugene O’Neill National Historic Site in Danville. Apply by January 31 for the summer session of the Travis Bogard Day-Use Fellowship. Social distancing is required at the site until further notice. Guidelines and Application HERE
The Travis Bogard Day-Use Program offers Bay Area artists access to the Eugene O’Neill National Historic Site five days a week from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Fellows may work in scholarly or creative writing, playwriting, or the visual arts, including stage design. Artists may work alone or as a team, perhaps workshopping a play. Fellowships will be scheduled in weekly increments, which need not be contiguous. Applicants, who must be at least 21 years old, will submit an e-mailed application including specifics of the project, curriculum vitae, references, and an explanation of why dedicated time at Tao House is important to the project. Applicants may also apply to use the library and archive of theatre materials. Use of an office, including wi-fi and a wi-fi-accessible printer, will be available to fellows during the day Wednesday through Sunday.